Master's Certification in Buildings - Engineering Design and Project management

A Master's program with a combination of 6 courses to help you become proficient in construction planning and project management

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Program Overview


The growth and innovations in the field of construction industry are phenomenal and many notable milestones were achieved after the development of performing scientific calculations on structure in the 17th century. Today, we see many structures still standing from the prehistoric period and sky's the limit for present day developments. One such prominent contributor to the construction industry is the development of Computer Aided Design (CAD). Now we have the world's most jaw-dropping places like the Sydney Opera House, Seattle Space Needle, Burj Khalifa and what not. Day by day, the structural world is surprising us with many architectural wonders. 

People who aspire to start their career in the structural engineering domain should have a thorough understanding of the basic concepts and practices followed in the industry. For this, we have developed this masters program ‘Masters in Buildings- Engineering Design & Project Management’. 

This program comprises seven softwares Revit 3D, STAAD.Pro, ETABS, SAFE, DLUBAL, Primavera, Rhinoceros 3D and provides you advanced knowledge on every stage of construction. Revit 3D and Rhinoceros 3D are used for 3D structural drawing whereas STAAD.Pro, ETABS and DLUBAL are used for analysis and design. SAFE is used for designing concrete floors and foundation and Primavera is used for scheduling, risk analysis and project management. 

The masters program as a whole is divided into sub courses for each of the above mentioned softwares.

  • Drafting and Design using Revit
  • Usage of Rhino and Grasshopper for Energy Analysis
  • Modelling and Analysis of Industrial Structures using STAAD.Pro 
  • Analysis and Design of High Rise Buildings using ETABS and Foundation Design using SAFE for Seismic Loads
  • Design of Tensile Structures using RFEM
  • Construction Planning using Primavera P6

By the end of this course, you will be proficient in construction management and project planning.


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List of courses in this program

1Drafting and Design using Revit

From this course, you will gain knowledge on:

  • Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  • 3D modeling of residential buildings
  • Rendering of structures
  • Using National Building Code for modeling
  • Expanding modeling using Dynamo

This course will inculcate collaborative and coordination based modelling which reflects the industrial approach towards Autodesk Revit.

2Usage of Rhino and grasshopper for Energy Analysis

The course covers requirements for a civil engineer to assess the various materials available for his/her disposal based on the energy parameters.  You will learn:

  • Use of Rhino forums
  • Use of predefined components
  • Modeling and providing input for energy modeling
  • Use of climate studio
  • Use of honeybee in energy modeling 

A lot of research work has been carried out in building energy nowadays and the basics of energy modelling and simulating a structure will be useful for any fresher to get a decent pay in a start-up in India. 

3Analysis and Design of Industrial structure in STAAD.Pro

Initially, the industrial buildings were rectangular in plan and supported by stone walls and wooden roofs. As construction enterprises evolved and new building materials came into view, framed structures emerged.

This course will teach you:

  • The fundamentals on industrial buildings
  • Introduction of industrial buildings in STAAD.Pro
  • PEB and pipe rack structures
  • The basics of foundations 
  • Typical foundation design in STAAD.Pro 

All of this provides you an understanding of basic loading patterns during service when exposed in a realistic building context.In the end, you will be a top choice to be considered by industries in their design engineer role even though no prior industrial experience is obtained. 

4Analysis and Design of High Rise Buildings using ETABS and Foundation Design using SAFE for Seismic Loads

The objective of this course is to give you a basic understanding of the analysis and design of multi-story buildings located in high risk seismic zones. This course covers:

  • Overview of Seismic Design
  • Fundamentals of Structural Dynamics and its Applications to Earthquake Engineering
  • Conceptual Design of Multi-story Buildings for Earthquake Resistance
  • Detailed Design of Reinforced Concrete buildings

Since most buildings built in India are made of RC, the dominant set of examples used here is reinforced concrete buildings. But, a broad number of  concepts discussed in this course are valid for both RC and Steel buildings. The focus will be on job-oriented skills and knowledge rather than pure theory emphasising on designing code compliant structures and use of ETABS and SAFE.

5Design of Tensile Structures using RFEM

It is observed that there is a great demand for tensile and lightweight structures. Hence, this course will help you learn:

  • Types of Tensile Structure
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • Modeling, Analysis and Design of Steel Structures
  • Form Finding Methods
  • Structural Analysis of Membrane Structure for Dead, Live and Wind Loads
  • Wind Simulation using CFD on Membrane Structures - Theoretical

The main aim of this course on Tensile/membrane Structures is to impart knowledge and proficiency, so you can design lightweight structures to meet rising demand of modern architecture.

6Construction Planning using Primavera P6

This course is made for Civil Engineering freshers and beginners aspiring to be Planning engineers, Management Professionals to become Job-ready to cater to growing job demand in the market. This course will teach you:

  • Project planning and management
  • Project structuring
  • Schedule implementation
  • Risk analysis
  • Generating output and report

The course will help you develop a professional approach and enhance one’s perspective as a planner or PMP (Project Management Professional). Knowledge of fundamentals of project management will help you in post graduation and Masters programs in Construction/Project management.


1Introduction to Autodesk Revit

  • Introduction to Revit
  • Basics of Modeling
  • Use of Revit for Better Drawings

2Building Information Modeling - Beginners Level

  • Building Information Modeling
  • Working with Autodesk Revit
  • Families and Categories
  • Setting up projects, modeling in Revit
  • Levels and Grids
  • Conceptualizing Layout

3Project Model and Design Elements

  • 3D Modeling of Residential Unit
  • Modeling of Floors, Walls
  • Parametric modeling of basic components
  • Annotation styles and drafting methods

4Project Design and Presentation Methods

  • Modeling of Residential Units
  • Introduction to Course Project #1- Detailed Modeling
  • Detailing design with components
  • Rendering Views
  • Presentation Styles

5Project Design with Building Codes

  • Modeling with Design Codes
  • National Building Code of India
  • Purpose of Building Codes
  • Design Team and Management Team
  • Limitations and special requirements for modeling

6Cloud based 3D Modeling

  • Using NBC for modeling
  • Setting up collaborate for 3D Modeling
  • Cloud based Modeling
  • Accessibility Components Modeling

7Multiple Discipline Project Design -I

  • Features of Cloud based model
  • Project based shared parameters
  • Origin coordinates setting up
  • Architecture/ Structure elements classification and modeling
  • Working in cloud

8Multiple Discipline Project Design -II

  • Expanding cloud-based modeling- Project #2
  • HVAC Basics and Design- Modeling
  • Considerations for detailed design
  • Structural Analysis – Concept
  • Design – Explanation
  • Robot Structural Analysis

9Introduction to Dynamo

  • Introduction to Energy Analysis
  • Shortcuts in Revit
  • Parametric Design using Dynamo
  • Parametric Shelters

10Parametric Design Using Dynamo

  • Expanding modeling using Dynamo – Project #3
  • Visual Programming Concept
  • Parametric Shelters – Modeling
  • Integrating Dynamo and Revit for modeling

11Design and Review using Navisworks

  • Introduction to Navisworks – Project #4
  • Purpose of Navisworks
  • Project viewing and Reviewing
  • Coordination and Clash Detection
  • Scheduling and Simulation using Navisworks

12Analyzing Data and Information using Revit

  • BIM 360
  • Prediction Analysis using Revit Project viewing and Reviewing
  • Benefits of BIM
  • Determining Patterns and Solution
  • Complete perspective of industrial projects
  • Opportunities

Projects Overview

Project 1


To create a project ( building, office, shop, school) and implement stages from concept to drafting following the principles taught in class.

Project 2


To create an architecture model, structural model and learn concepts of collaboration, coordination and parametric design features of BIM software

Project 3


Integrate Dynamo and Autodesk Revit to design and create a 3D model

Project 4


Use Autodesk Navisworks to create a schedule report on project and render the construction staging progress of the same

2. Usage of Rhino & Grasshopper for Energy analysis Syllabus

1Introduction to Rhino

  • In this section the student will be taught the basic commands in rhino for constructing a standard model

2Introduction to grasshopper

In this section the student will be taught the basic commands in grasshopper

3Usage of Rhino forums and food4rhino

The rhino forums and food4rhino websites will be given an introduction.

4Usage of predefined materials for the components

The students will learn to use materials for multi layered components 

5Construction of zone masses and glazing in rhino and grasshopper

  • Steps in converting the rhino model in a grasshopper Brep.
  • Creating glazing in the rhino model and converting into a grasshopper Brep

6Modelling the steps and providing inputs for running the energy modelling

  • Before the energy modelling, certain inputs must be provided for the same, which will be taken up in this section 
  • Inputs like zone conditioning, constructions, ventilation etc. will be taught.

7Creation of materials and components in climate studio

  • The students will learn to create materials for multi layered components 
  • The steps in climate studio will be explained in the section

8Schedules and custom created schedules

A tutorial video showing how to visualize the schedules that are assigned to Zones and convert them into a stream of hourly values.

9Running a basic energy simulation model in climate studio

A basic energy simulation with the basic inputs and local weather conditions will be taught

10Interpreting results and graph formation in the parametric software

  • The results from the simulation can be filtered to export the required data (energy results for hourly, daily or yearly). These steps will included in this section.
  • The results will be shown in other forms like graphs. 

11Use of honeybee in the energy modelling

  • Intro to honeybee for energy modelling in grasshopper.
  • A tutorial similar to climate studio about the processes involved in energy calculation

12Galapagos and octopus – Their uses in grasshopper

  • Selection of a minimum/maximum value among a set of parameters. 
  • Multi objective and single objective problems

Projects Overview

Project 1


Simulate a shoe box model and run an energy analysis for your locality. Provide the cooling load in hourly, daily and yearly basis for the data provided in the question. Use the inputs provided in the course. 

Use a predefined wall, roof and floor system. Assume the other details in the steps like mechanical ventilation, schedules etc.

Project 2


Create a G+1 storey building and simulate the energy parameters (OE and EE) for the following data. 

The following are the material and component data to be used for the energy analysis. 


Wall Materials

U Value (W/m2 K)


1.25 cm CP + 20 cm BR +1.25 cm CP



1.25 cm CP + 22.5 cm BR +1.25 cm CP



1.25 cm CP + 11.25 cm BR +5cm AG + 11.25 cm BR+ 1.25 cm CP


CP – Cement Plaster, BR- Brick, AG- Air Gap


Roof Materials

U Value (W/m2 K)


10 cm RC



10 cm RC + 10 cm LC



10 cm RC + 5 cm CC + 5 cm BT


RC – Reinforced Concrete, LC – Lime concrete, CC – Cinder Concrete, BT –  Brick Tile



Floor Materials

U Value (W/m2 K)


10 cm RC



10 cm RC + 7.5 cm AG + 5 cm BT


RC – Reinforced Concrete, AG – Air Gap, BT – Brick Tile


3. Modelling and Analysis of Industrial Structures using STAAD.Pro Syllabus

1Introduction to Industrial Structures

  • Steel structures in Industry
  • Stress strain behavior of structural steel
  • Properties of steel & Shapes
  • Types of industrial structures
  • Key Design factors
  • Types of Structural systems in steel building
  • General loads on industrial structures
  • Basic Structural steel elements
  • Gravity and lateral load path
  • Structural redundancy
  • General Design Procedure
  • Iterative Design Process

2Design of Tension Member

  • Types of Tension members
  • Behavior of Tension member
  • Failure mode possibilities
  • Design strength of Tension members
  • Factors affecting member strength
  • Shear Lag
  • Sections used for Tension member
  • Design of Tension member

3Design of Compression Member

  • Types of compression member
  • Behavior of Compression member
  • Failure mode possibilities
  • Sections used for compression member
  • Effective length of compression member
  • Design of compression member
  • Built-up Compression member design

4Design of Beams

  • Types of beam
  • Loads on Beam
  • Section classification
  • Lateral stability of beams
  • Effective length of beams
  • Design of Laterally restrained beams
  • Design of Laterally supported and unsupported beams
  • Design of Purlins (Hot rolled)

5Design of Plate Girder

  • Types of Sections
  • Elements of plate girder
  • General considerations
  • Proportioning of section.
  • Preliminary sizing
  • Design of plate girder using IS 800:2007

6Structural System of Industrial Structure

  • Lateral load resisting system
  • Vertical load resisting system
  • Flooring system (Plating grating & Deck Beam)
  • Grating & chequered plate
  • Composite floor deck

7Modelling of Structure in STAAD Pro

  • Introduction to STAAD Pro.
  • Modeling Nodes & Beam element
  • Generating Model geometry
  • Viewing Geometry
  • Creating groups
  • Assigning properties
  • Assigning specification
  • Modeling tapered members
  • Assigning custom sections using user table
  • Member material specification
  • Modeling Finite elements
  • Modeling in physical modeler

8Loading, Analysis and Design Procedure in STAAD Pro

  • Creating load cases
  • Applying Self weight
  • Modeling member loads, Floor loads
  • Application of Load (Vertical/Lateral)
  • Modeling reference loads
  • Modeling of moving loads
  • Seismic load generation
  • Wind load generation
  • Application of Design parameters
  • Performing simple analysis
  • Post processing Result interpretation

9Analysis & design of Typical Steel Frame structure using STAAD. pro

  • Input preparation
  • General modeling
  • Load & Load calculations
  • Analysis of structure
  • Application of design parameters
  • Design of structure
  • Interpretation of post-processing results

10Modeling , Analysis & Design of Industrial building (PEB) in STAAD pro.

  • Introduction to Pre Engineered Building
  • Comparison of PEB Over Conventional Building
  • Various Components of PEB
  • General Loads on PEB
  • Load Combination as per IS 800 : 2007 & AISC ASD
  • Input preparation
  • Load & Load calculations
  • Analysis of structure
  • Application of design parameters
  • Design of structure

11Analysis & design of Pipe Rack structures using STAAD pro.

  • Introduction to pipe racks
  • Components of pipe racks
  • Types of Pipe racks
  • Loads on pipe racks
  • Load combination as per AISC LRFD & ASD
  • Design criteria of structure
  • Pipe rack structure – Case study

12Design of Foundation using STAAD foundation

  • Introduction to STAAD. Foundation
  • Modeling supports
  • Modeling support loading
  • Importing information from STAAD.Pro
  • Design of isolated footing
  • Design of eccentric isolated footing
  • Design of continuous footing
  • Design of pile cap
  • Design of soil supported mat foundation
  • Design of pile supported mat foundation

Projects Overview

Project 1


Design of Trussed Roof structure for 40 m span. All hot rolled sections to be used.

    • You will gain knowledge on, how to create designs and layout for truss systems for residential and commercial properties.

Project 2


Design of Proposed Rolling Mill PEB with Crane.  

4. Analysis and Design of High Rise Buildings using ETABS and Foundation Design using SAFE for Seismic Loads

1Overview of seismic design

Seismic design philosophy and limit states
Earthquake and their geotechnical and structural effects
Capacity design philosophy
Problem statement

2Fundamentals of structural dynamics and its applications to earthquake engineering – 1

Single Degree of Freedom Systems

  • Force Displacement System
  • Damping Force
  • Equation of Motion – External Force
  • Equation of Motion – Earthquake Excitation
  • Undamped Free Vibration Systems
  • Viscously Damped Free Damping

Earthquake Response of Linear Systems

  • Response Spectrum Concept
  • Deformation, Pseudo-velocity and Pseudo-acceleration Response Spectra
  • Peak Structural Response from the Response Spectrum
  • Problem statement

3Fundamentals of structural dynamics and its applications to earthquake engineering – 2

Multi Degree of Freedom Systems

  • Discretization of structural systems
  • Elastic, damping & inertia forces
  • Damping Force
  • Equation of Motion
  • Free Vibration – Systems without damping

Modal Response Spectrum Analysis

Equivalent Lateral Force Method

Problem statement

4Conceptual design of concrete buildings for earthquake resistance - 1

General principles of conceptual seismic design

Regularity and irregularity of building structures

Problem statement

5Conceptual design of concrete buildings for earthquake resistance - 2

• Essentials of structural system for seismic resistance – RC frame systems, wall systems and dual systems

• The Capacity Design Philosophy

• The role of a stiff and strong vertical spine in the building

• Ductility as an alternative to strength



Clause wise study of IS 1893

Introduction to graphic software icons for ETABS

Students will be given another project on similar lines  

7Detailed design of concrete buildings -1

Design of beams with reference to IS 13920

Problem statement

8Detailed design of concrete buildings -2

Design of columns and beam - column joints with reference to IS 13920

Problem statement

9Detailed design of concrete buildings -3

  • Design of Shear walls with reference to IS 13920
  • Problem Statement

10ETABS modelling

• Architectural drawings will be presented. A cost efficient load path will be carved out using Etabs 2016.

• From identifying loads, to creating etabs model

• Complete analysis and design of RCC building in zone 5 will be demonstrated


11Foundation design -1

• Foundation structures for frames and structural walls

• Footing & pile design using excel spreadsheet

• Problem statement


12Foundation design -2

• Check for liquefaction

• Design of raft foundation using SAFE


Projects Overview

Project 1


Buildings oscillate during earthquake shaking. The oscillation causes inertia force to be induced in the building. The intensity and duration of oscillation, and the amount of inertia force induced in a building depend on the dynamic characteristics of the building, in addition to the characteristics of the earthquake shaking (beyond the control of an engineer) itself. The important dynamic characteristics of buildings are modes of oscillation and damping (assumed constant in most practical cases). A mode of oscillation of a building is defined by associated Natural Period of Vibration and associated Deformed Shape in which it oscillates. 

The project will shed light on various fundamental factors influencing the dynamic characteristics of a multi-storey building, using ETABS program. Moreover, by modelling several simple structures in ETABS, hands-on training in the software will also be imparted.


Project 2


Architectural drawings will be provided. An efficient load path will be have to be carved out using basic principles of conceptual design for earthquake resistance. The conceptual design of the structure will be followed by analysis for the design load combinations as per IS 1893. Finally, detailed design of individual structural elements will be carried out, as per IS 13920.

Complete analysis and design of RCC building in zone 5 is to be performed. The challenge will teach participants how to model structural systems using etabs software, extract output from the program and draft construction drawings. This skill is highly desired at the entry level in any design firm.


5. Design of Tensile structures using RFEM Syllabus

1Course overview, History & Evolution

  • Overview of  tensile membrane structures
  • History & Evolution
  • Types of Tensile Structures
  • Behavior and Mechanism of Membrane structures

2Conceptual understanding of FEM Elements

  • Introduction to Finite Element Analysis
  • FEA Elements & their behavior - 1-D, 2-D & 3-D
  • Degrees of Freedom
  • Stages of FEM - Pre-processing, Computation & Post-Processing
  • Types of Loads
  • Types of Supports
  • Concept of stiffness and Stiffness matrix formulation
  • Understanding Results - Principle forces.
  • FEM for tensile membrane structures
  • Types of Anlysis

3Introduction to RFEM Program

  • Introduction of RFEM 
  • Modelling, Analysis & Design of Steel Structure

4Form finding methodology, Methods

  • Conceptual Development of Tensile Membrane Structures
  • Continuum Mechanics
  • Principle of Virtual Work
  • Finite element discretization of membrane structures
  • Form Finding
  • Structural Analysis
  • Cutting Patterns
  • Module Requisites

5Form Finding Methods

  • Concept of Minimal Surface
  • Methodologies - Physical Models, Soap films & Computational methods
  • Geometric Non-linearity
  • Form-finding methods - Categorization
  • Force Density Method
  • Assumed Geometric Stiffness Method
  • Updated Reference Strategy Method
  • Form-finding Vs Form-dictating
  • Searching for equilibrium prestress
    • Number of form-finding steps
    • Elastic Control
    • Element Size Control
  • Projection Method
  • Tension Method

6Implementation on RFEM

  • Prelimnary Form-finding
  • Default Form-finding
  • Comparison of GSM Method, Hybrid Method and Analytical Methods
  • Demonstration - Form-finding of Cone structure


  • Isotropic, Orthotropic materials and applicability
  • Different materials available in the market.
  • Demonstration with different materials

8Structural Analysis

  • Structural Analysis of Membrane structure for dead, live and wind loads
  • Understanding the phenomenon of wrinkling of membrane structures
  • Demonstration - Analysis of membrane structures for a existing structure.


  • Cutting Pattern Phenomenon
  • Approach
  • Cutting Lines - Planar , Geodesic lines
  • Flattening Procedure - Mathematical flattening, Physical flattening
  • Special requirements of flattening procedure
    • Effect of Orthotropic directions
    • Seamlines compatibility
    • Compensation
    • Assembly Allowanes - Welding Requirements
  • Evaluation of cutting patterns

10Examples on Patterning

  • Patterning procedure with RFEM
  • Demonstration - Patterning of a Cone structure.

11Tensile Structures under uncertainties

  • Understanding on CFD
  • Wind Simulation using CFD on membrane structures - Theoretical

12One Complex Example

  • Modelling & Form finding
  • Results & Patterning

Projects Overview

Project 1


Perform Form-finding and structural analysis structure of multiple masts.

Project 2


Model a membrane roof with cables. The student is expected to use modeling, form-finding tools and create the cutting patterns for the structure.


6. Construction Planning using Primavera P6

1Fundamentals of Project Planning & Management

  • Introduction of Project Management
  • Career perspective
  • What is planning?
  • The Iron triangle
  • Terminologies
  • Project life cycle and process
  • Terminologies
  • P6 Introduction – Getting Started
  • Outputs of Primavera P6

2Project Structuring

  • Project, Program and Portfolio
  • Understanding Contracts
  • Project Study - Renovation of G+2 Villa
  • EPS and Organisational Structure

3Project Configuration

  • Create Projects
  • Calendar Types and Uses
  • Working with Calendars - Case Study
  • Work Breakdown Structure
  • WBS Representation in P6

4Activities and Durations

  • Sequencing in Construction
  • Defining and adding activity
  • Activity Steps and Coding
  • Estimating Durations
  • User Preferences
  • User Defined Field

5Schedule Implementation

  • Critical Path Method
  • Precedence Diagramming /model
  • Activity Relationships
  • Lags and Leads

6Grouping , filtering and formatting

  • Group and Sort
  • Using Filters
  • Implementing Global Change
  • Modifying Activity ID's
  • Tracing Logic and Go-to
  • Tables,Fonts and Gantt Charts

7Baselines and Budgets

  • Baseline Types in P6
  • Assigning Baseline
  • Maintaining Baselines
  • Comparing Baselines
  • Constraints
  • Cost Budgeting

8Resource and Costs

  • Resource Management Process
  • Project Manager Responsibilities
  • Resource and Roles in P6
  • Duration and Types
  • Resource costs
  • Assigning Resources 
  • Resource Levelling
  • Profile and Spreadsheets

9Updating and Tracking

  • Responsibilities of Project Manager
  • Updating and Monitoring
  • Manually Updating Projects
  • Auto Updating Actuals
  • Progress Spotlights
  • Tracking and Layouts

10Risks , Issues and Threshold

  • Risk Definition
  • Risks Categories
  • P6 Risk Analysis
  • Risk Scoring in P6
  • Assigning Risk
  • Issues
  • Thresholds
  • Managing Risks

11P6 Visualizations

  • Visualizer and Types
  • Visualizer Layouts
  • Generating and Managing Visual Layouts
  • Reflections
  • Managing P6 Layouts

12Generating Outputs and Reports

  • Reports in P6
  • Customizing Reports
  • Level of effort
  • Printing Reports
  • Import and Export
  • Using Curtains in P6
  • Check in and Check out
  • Work Products and Documents

Projects Overview

Project 1


Planning and Construction and design of school building(G+2) with its architectural works with a contract oriented approach

Application areas :

  • EPS
  • OBS
  • WBS
  • Schedule development
  • UDF
  • Constraints


Project 2


Developing a network based resource and cost loaded schedule and updating the schedule progress

Application Areas:

  • Schedule development and CPM concepts
  • Resources
  • costs
  • Reflections
  • Updating
  • Developing Industrial perspective

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  • Group Video Support : 8/Month
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  • Forum Support : Available

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