The project focuses on the employability of construction site managers since they belong to a much imperiled occupational group. Next to the impairment of health of the individual, the missing work time leads to a huge impact on the economy. Reducing the average missing work time about half a day would increase the annual production about 1.87 billion Euro. On this background the protection of employability and the avoidance of missing work time has to be the goal. The analysis of the current state was performed by different methods, i.e., online surveys, interviewing experts and recording processes on construction sites. The results of the analysis showed that construction managers are happy about their profession and that they like their job. But the results also showed that construction managers wish for a better balance between leisure and working time. A Construction Site Manager’s current working environment is molded by many challenges including: computerization, speedy development of new technology, acceleration, juridification and economization. Based on the survey the Pentagon of construction management was developed with the focus on improvement. Improvement can be in the form of practical aids, tools - such as the qualification matrix or the application for interface analysis and process optimization. Also a new concepts like the assistance of construction management. For which a modular qualification system was settled, which can be used for dual studies, as well as in a form of postgraduate education.
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