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Raymond E Levitt (Professor)

Raymond E Levitt rel
Personal bio
Raymond Levitt is Kumagai Professor of Engineering in the Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and serves as coordinator of Stanford's graduate Construction programs. He is a Senior Fellow of the Woods Institute for the Environment, heading up Woods' Sustainable Built Environment initiative. He founded and directs Stanford's Collaboratory for Research on Global Projects, which conducts research and outreach aimed at delivering more sustainable global building and infrastructure projects. Dr. Levitt completed his BS in Civil Engineering at the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa, and his MS and PhD at Stanford. From 1975-1980, he served on the faculty of MIT's Department of Civil Engineering, joining the Stanford faculty in 1980. Dr. Levitt's teaching and research focus on organization and governance of large, complex projects and project-based companies, and on innovation and entrepreneurship in the construction industry. Dr. Levitt has consulted for multiple Fortune 500 projects, programs and companies, and has been a co-founder and director of three software companies related to engineering and management of construction projects. In 2008 he was appointed a Commissioner of California's Public Infrastructure Advisory Commission.

Currently teaching
CEE 146E: SENSA Social Enterprise Seminar (Spring)
CEE 242: Organization Design for Projects and Companies (Winter)
CEE 246: Entrepreneurship in Civil & Environmental Engineering (Spring)
CEE 246E: SENSA Social Enterprise Seminar (Spring)
CEE 252P: Construction Engineering Practicum (Autumn)
CEE 252Q: Construction Engineering Fundamentals (Autumn)
CEE 323A: Infrastructure Finance and Governance (Autumn)
CEE 323B: Infrastructure Finance and Governance (Winter)
CEE 48N: Managing Complex, Global Projects (Winter)
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