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Brian Galli
Brian Galli, Assistant Professor, Hofstra University, Melville, NY, USA

Brian J. Galli is an assistant professor of engineering. Currently, he serves as the graduate director for the Engineering Management master’s degree program. He has previously served as faculty at other academic institutions, including Long Island University, New York Institute of Technology (NYIT), American Public University (APUS), SUNY Binghamton, and SUNY Stony Brook. Prior to joining academia, Galli worked for over 12 years applying industrial engineering and project management in a wide variety of arenas, including healthcare, manufacturing, and service environments.

He earned his doctoral degree in engineering management from Old Dominion University in 2013, a BS in industrial engineering from Binghamton University in 2007, as well as MS in engineering management from Missouri University of Science & Technology in 2009.

Galli’s work has been published in a variety of different publications and serves as co-editor in chief for the International Journal of Sociotechnology & Knowledge Development, and International Journal of Project Management & Productivity Assessment.


Cost Estimation Methods in Quality Management and Continuous Improvement

Quality management has become a critical concept not only in the construction industry but also in other sectors of the economy. The consumers of products and services have become keener on ensuring that they get the best value for their money.

Nonetheless, the management of quality by firms comes at a cost as they seek to prevent or detect possible factors that may cause a reduction in the quality of their commodities. Cost management has become an important concept particularly in the management of projects, as firms seek to better their planning and budgeting procedures.

The research in this case seeks to understand the scope of quality costs and discuss cost estimation techniques and specifically in the construction industry.


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