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Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

Warren Plugge

Associate Professor, Construction Management
Hogue Technology Building, Room 203 , Ext. 2427
 
P. Warren Plugge, Ph.D.
 

Current Courses

Fall Quarter:
CMGT 265- Blueprint Reading
CMGT 445- Heavy Civil Contract Law
CMGT 495- Heavy Civil Competition Preparation

Winter Quarter:
CMGT 347- Heavy Civil Methods and Materials
CMGT 440- Heavy Civil Temporary Structures
CMGT 456- Principles of Heavy Civil Construction Management

Spring Quarter:
CMGT 345- Heavy Civil Estimating II
CMGT 443- Heavy Civil Utilities
CMGT 461- Pavement Design and Construction
CMGT 267- Heavy Civil Survey Lab

Education

Ph.D. (2007) Education and Human Resource Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies Concentration: Civil Engineering and Construction Management
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Dissertation Title: An Evidenced-Based Comparison of Construction Project Delivery

M.S. (2003) Construction Management
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
Thesis Title: A Qualitative Comparison of Risk Communication and Management Factors Associated With Large Design-Build Infrastructure Projects: I-25 (TREX) Denver, Colorado and I-15 Salt Lake City, Utah

B.S. (1994) Construction Management
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado

Research Areas

Civil Construction Project Management
Civil Construction Education
Infrastructure Engineering, Construction, and Management
Evidence-Based Project Delivery
Research Design and Methodology