Construction usually refers to the erection of large structures such as buildings, ship, aircraft, dams, roads, and bridges. By extension, Construction Technology Management refers to the planning, coordination and successful implementation of such structures. Construction Technology and Management gives the students an insight into scientific principles involved in construction, understanding about the behavior of construction materials and the fundamentals of structural mechanics. Construction technologists should have good knowledge about different types of materials used for construction, along with testing procedures to assure quality control. The principles of drainage, water supply and distribution, heating and ventilation, and recycling of construction and demolition waste management.