Sustainable Construction Management
Ph.D. Candidate (Civil Engineering, Columbia University)
M.S. (Civil Engineering, Northeastern University)
B.S. (Civil Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
Greg Fitch teaches courses in construction management, scheduling, and the business of building. He has more than 20 years of progressively responsible experience in program management as well as cost and schedule engineering on some of the largest, most complex and innovative projects in the U.S. and overseas. He has worked as project controls lead analyst, program controls manager, and senior scheduling engineer.
His research centers on system dynamics models in project finance structures.
- BCT 353 – The Business of Building
- BCT 494BI – BCT Senior Seminar (Integrative Experience)
- BCT 550 – Construction Project Management
- BCT 597U – Fundamental Construction Scheduling
- BCT 590S – Topics in Sustainable Building Systems and Construction Technology
Selected Recent Publications
- “System Dynamics Models for Innovations in P3 Project Finance Structures”, American Society of Civil Engineers Journal of Infrastructure Systems, In press.
- “System Dynamics Models for the Valuation of Real Options in P3 Concession Project Agreements”, American Society of Civil Engineers Journal of Infrastructure Systems, July 2017.
- “System Dynamics Model for the Valuation of Real Options in Public-private Partnerships”, Canadian Society of Civil Engineers Annual Conference and General Meeting Proceedings, Vancouver, CA, June 2017.
- “Employing a system-of-systems approach to water management in the shale gas value chain”, International Conference of Smart Infrastructure and Construction Proceedings at Cambridge University, United Kingdom, June 2016.
- “Planning and Cost Control of Air Quality Control Systems for “Clean” Coal Power Generation”, American Society of Civil Engineers Construction Research Congress Conference Proceedings, San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 2016.
- “Economic Sustainability of DBO Water Based on Wastewater Projects in the U.S.: Three Case Studies”, American Society of Civil Engineers: Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, January 2015.
Page updated: January 31, 2018