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David Martin

Associate Professor, Construction Management
Hogue Technology Building, Room 300E, Ext. 1770
dwmartin@cwu.edu

Education

 

PhD    University of the Cumberlands, Leadership Studies                                                                         

Dissertation: A Causal-Comparative Study: Assessing the Shifts in Construction Management Students’ Conflict Management Styles at a Pacific Northwest University.

MS      Virginia Tech, Civil Engineering                                                                                                                  

MA      Regent University, Business Management                                                                                             

BS        University of Cincinnati, Construction Management                                                                      

               

Certifications & Other Training

 

CPC                     Certified Professional Constructor

OSHA502         Occupational Safety and Health Administration

GACR                 Green Advantage Environmental Certification for Commercial and Residential Construction

PSP                       Planning & Scheduling Professional

 

Courses Taught

 

CMGT101 – Construction & the Built Environment

CMGT265 – Construction Documents

CMGT343 – Construction Estimating I

CMGT344 – Construction Estimating II

CMGT346 – Construction Materials & Methods

CMGT444 – Codes, Contracts, & Specifications

CMGT447 – Construction Planning, Scheduling, & Control

CMGT455 – Principles of Construction Management

CMGT460 – Concrete Construction

 

Research Interests

 

Construction leadership and organizational development

Innovative Construction Education Methods

Alternative Construction Project Delivery Methods and Relational Contracting

 

Refereed Publications & Conference Proceedings

 

Martin, David (2020) A Culture-Based Analysis of Conflict Management Styles for Construction Management Students. The Professional Constructor: Journal of the American Institute of Constructors. Vol. 45, Issue 02. (In print).

Martin, David (2020) Andragogy as a Tool to Transform Construction Management Students’ Conflict Management Styles. Journal of Applied Business and Economics. Vol. 22, No. 13.

Serne, Jennifer & Martin, David (2020) A Gender-Based Analysis of Conflict Management Styles for Construction Management Students. Journal of Business Diversity. Vol. 20, No. 5.

Martin, David (2020) Evaluating the Evolution of Construction Management Students’ Conflict Management Styles as a Result of Andragogical Methods. 2020 Annual Conference and Exposition – American Society for Engineering Education.

Martin David. (2019). A Causal-Comparative Study: Assessing the Shifts in Construction Management Students’ Conflict Management Styles at a Pacific Northwest University. University of the Cumberlands, Dissertation.

Martin, David & Koski, Christopher (2019) Active Learning: Increasing Construction Management Students’ Technical and Managerial Competencies through Concrete Formwork Exercises. Journal of Engineering Technology. Vol. 36, Issue 02.

Martin, David & Plugge, Phillip (2015) Active Learning Games: Challenging Players’ Mindsets for Integrated Project Delivery. 2015 Annual Conference and Exposition – American Society for Engineering Education.

Martin, David & Plugge, Phillip (2015) BIM, 4D Scheduling, Active Learning, and Industry Collaboration: Filling the CM Program Void. Associated Schools of Construction 51st Annual International Conference.

Plugge, Phillip, Martin, David & Bender, William (2014) Integrated Project Delivery Games for the Classroom. Associated Schools of Construction 50th Annual International Conference.

Martin, David, Songer, Anthony & Hawdon, James (2006) A Construction Sociological Systems Model to Relational Contracting.  American Society of Civil Engineers Specialty Conference on Leadership and Management in Construction.

Martin, David & Songer, Anthony (2004) Contracts Verses Covenants in Collaborative Project Delivery Systems. Construction Information Quarterly. Vol. 6, Issue 2.

 

Presentations and Invited Lectures

 

Advancing Integrated Project Delivery, Hanson Wade Conference Planners

   San Francisco, CA, December 2018; Invited Speaker - Analyzing Conflict Resolution Styles of Construction Professionals to Educate Leaders & Promote Collaboration.

Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression

   Ellensburg, WA, May 2017. Active Learning & Construction Negotiations.

Center for Education and Research in Construction, University of Washington

   Seattle, WA, March 2015; Invited Speaker - BIM, 4D Scheduling, Active Learning, and Industry Collaboration: Filling the CM Program Void.

Symposium on University Research and Creative Expression

   Ellensburg, WA, May 2014. Lean Construction Games in the Classroom.

Construction Education and Research Conference, University of Washington

   Seattle, WA, March 2013; Invited Speaker – Active Learning in the Project Management Topics of Collaboration, Negotiation, and Lean Construction.

University of Kentucky – SBA; Minority and Women Construction Training Program

     Lexington, Kentucky, December 2005 – March 2007: Invited Lecturer – Provided construction and project management training to local DBE contractors including topics such as construction cost estimating, CPM scheduling, construction contracts, construction safety, and construction contract document reading.

 

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