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SEB 701 Work Integrated Learning 1

Student Number: | N8303398 | Student Name: | William Campbell | Urban Development Major: | Construction Management | Employer: | Rimfire Constructions | Assessment Number: | Assessment Number 1 | Due Date: | 22nd December, 2014 | Placement Duration: | 80 Days |

Executive Summary

Through out my time employed with Rimfire Construction, I have experienced many different facets of the construction industry and how the proceedings work in order to successfully build commercial and residential infrastructure. Having the opportunity to work alongside industry professionals has been an extremely rewarding experience that has expanded my knowledge and skill base through continued industry practices within my job responsibilities as a Construction Cadet.

Rimfire’s outlined Cadet program aims to complement the university’s course structure by incorporating teachings from different components of the businesses structure. This provides a greater exposure to the necessary elements required in order to maintain the continued operations of a successful construction company.

During my employment I have been able to cover sections including estimating, contracts administration, cost reporting, document control and involvement in developing tender packages. Experiencing this variety of works has enabled me to realize the area of work I wish to move into once I complete my degree and Rimfire’s cadet program. Without exposure to these categories I would not have been able to make an informed choice on my future career ambitions post graduation. This future ambition involves continuing down the path of contracts administrator and onto Project Manager. In summarizing the reflection detailed in the attached report, receiving practical industry experience is an invaluable learning curve to a fulltime university student. Making…...

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