SPDC welcomes Teaching Specialist Robert Aydukovic to the Construction Management program

Teaching Specialist Robert Aydukovic will teach courses on on commercial construction, low impact design, and construction documents, and contracts and legal issues in construction.

Robert Aydukovic
Robert Aydukovic, teaching specialist of construction management.

This fall, the School of Planning, Design and Construction (SPDC) welcomes Teaching Specialist Robert Aydukovic, to the Construction Management program.

He joins us from the Maryland Center for Construction Education and Innovation (MCCEI) where he served as president. He earned his Master of Science in Real Estate from Johns Hopkins University and his Bachelor of Science in Building Construction Management from Michigan State University (MSU).

Over the past 30 years, Aydukovic has worked in the construction, real estate, economic development, and education sectors. His focus has been on general construction labor, project management, market feasibility and financial analysis and undergraduate program administration.

Aydukovic has also structured public-private partnerships that resulted in more than $700M invested and 1,500 jobs created or retained in Maryland since 1996.

Prior to joining MCCEI, Aydukovic ran a real estate and construction consulting practice with several private sector clients, and has worked for the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, the Baltimore Development Corporation, Belair-Edison Neighborhoods and the Overhead Door Company of Washington, DC. 

His teaching and research interests include building reuse and repurposing, financial feasibility, public-private partnerships, land use pattern analysis, and economic forecasting.

At MSU, Aydukovic will be teaching courses on commercial construction, low impact design, and construction documents, and contracts and legal issues in construction.

Aydukovic has also served as an adjunct faculty member at both the University of Baltimore and the Johns Hopkins University.

He has been involved with numerous boards and commissions: The Maryland Workforce Alliance, the University of Baltimore (UB) Real Estate and Economic Development Program Advisory Board, the MSU Construction Management Alumni & Industry Advisory Board, the Saint Ambrose Housing Aid Center Board of Directors, the Dean’s Business Advisory Council at UB’s Merrick School of Business, and ACE Mentor of Baltimore, Inc.

“As an MSU alum from 1989 I am thrilled to be returning to campus. Since graduation, I have worked in various facets of the industry and I’m excited to bring that experience back to MSU. Career wise, it is going full circle,” said Robert Aydukovic.

“I’ve also stayed in touch with the program during my 15 years of service on the Construction Management Alumni & Industry Advisory Board.”

Please join us in welcoming Robert Aydukovic back to Michigan State University and the School of Planning, Design and Construction!

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