Statement of Purpose for Construction Management

Statement of Purpose for Construction Management

SOP sample for Construction Management
“Nature has made occupation a necessity to us; Society makes a duty; Habit makes it a pleasure.”

I am an architecture graduate from MIET, Gondia Professional Studies Academy that provides best faculties & facilities in architecture. Bachelors’ degree in architecture is a five-year course, affiliated to Nagpur University & AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education). I wish to pursue my higher studies in Construction Management from London Metropolitan University commencing fall 2010.

Educational Background:
I would like to introduce myself as an active, diligent, optimistic and self-made person. As a kid I was fascinated with the buildings and wanted to make them. With each passing years, I realized that my career would be around the field that dealt with development of buildings. My interest for creating new dimensions and spreading my knowledge of creativity led me to select Architecture as my field of higher studies.
As a student of Architecture, I was introduced to the world of Graphic designing, Conceptual Design,

Detailing, 3 Dimensional Conceptualization.
During my six month of professional training in the fifth year of my studies, I got the biggest break of my life when I joined one of the biggest and world-renowned Architectural consultancy firm of Mumbai, M/s Pheroze Kudianwala Consultancy Pvt Ltd. Working with the father of high rise buildings in Mumbai gave me the first insight into corporate Architecture. Their I got the chance to be a part of design team of several high Profile project like K.D.Malaviya oil museum in Guwahati , office building of securities and exchange board of India in Mumbai, UNIWORLD in Dubai, Mass Housing for TATA India in Mumbai, multi storied Head Quarter for Bank of Baroda in Mumbai.

There I realized that construction field-tests my brains with different level of questions each day. Each passing day brought in more opportunities to learn, explore,...

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