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Dr. John Reposa

Assistant professor

Construction Management

School of Visual and Built Environments

206-D Roosevelt Hall

734.487.1218

jreposa@emich.edu

Education

  1. Ph.D. in Civil Engineering
  2. M.S. in Construction Management
John Reposa

Professional Summary

Interests and Expertise

Estimating, Scheduling, Project Management, and Green Construction.

Courses

CNST 125 Introduction to Construction Management
CNST 304 Estimating & Bidding
CNST 361 Project Planning & Scheduling
CNST 403 Production Control
CNST 450 Fundamentals of Construction Project Management

Selected Publications

“Comparison of USGBC LEED for Homes and the NAHB National Green Building Program”. International Journal of Construction Education and Research. 2009

“Construction and Demolition Waste Study Performed by the Construction Club”. Selected Papers of the 39th National Association of Industry Technology (NAIT) 2007

“Incorporating Ethics in the Construction Management Curriculum”. Selected Papers of the 39th National Association of Industry Technology (NAIT) 2007

“Comparison of Computerized Spreadsheets with Commercial Estimating Programs (i.e., WinEst) to Bid Projects in a Construction Estimating Under-Graduate Course”. 38th National Association of Industry Technology (NAIT) , 2006

“Development of Computerized Spreadsheets to Bid Projects in A Construction Under-Graduate Course”. Selected Papers of the 37th National Association of Industry Technology (NAIT) 2005

Selected Presentations

Professional Memberships and Affiliations

Grants

Awards and Patents

Additional Information

Dr. Reposa has over twelve years’ experience in teaching Construction Management courses such as Estimating, Scheduling, Project Management, Production Control, and etc. He has over twenty years of experience in the construction of power plants, residential subdivisions and storm water management facilities. He also has overseas experience in both heavy and light construction with the Corps of Engineers. He is actively involved with the Associated Schools of Construction, the Detroit Chapter (US Green Building Council), and several Contractor Associations.