Dominic P. Perrotta, PE
Mr. Dominic Perrotta is a licensed professional engineer with nearly forty years of experience in management, with the last twenty-five years as a Project Manager. Mr. Perrotta is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with degrees in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Management. He has been the Sr. Project Manager for several of the largest private industrial projects in the South, and was named the Project Manager of the Year by the ASPE.
Courses Provided by Dominic Perrotta
PM-05-101 Advanced Project Management I – 5 PDH
This course describes the steps necessary to become a top quality Project Manager, and focuses on the background and education necessary to be considered for a project management role. It is the first course in a two-part series.
PM-04-102 Advanced Project Management II – 4 PDH
This course improves the prospects for existing project managers and would-be project managers to manage a successful project. It provides the student with a series of case studies of actual Project Managers and projects for which they were responsible.
PM-05-103 Advanced Leadership for Engineers – 5 PDH
This course defines the principles as well as the qualities necessary to assume a leadership role. It also explains how this leadership role becomes a strategy for advancement into the management hierarchy of the company.
PM-04-104 America’s Greatest Projects and Their Engineers I – 4 PDH
During the past 150 years, Americans have achieved phenomenal success on our way to becoming the greatest nation in the history of the world. This course features a synopsis of two of those great projects: The Panama Canal and the Hoover Dam.
PM-04-105 America’s Greatest Projects and Their Engineers II – 4 PDH
This course describes the efforts and determination of the American people (many voluntarily) who achieved a remarkable, although somewhat controversial, outcome in such a short period of time – the Manhattan Project.
PM-05-106 America’s Greatest Projects and Their Engineers III – 5 PDH
This course details the contributions of the engineers, workforce, manufacturers, and contractors and their remarkable achievements during the design and construction of the Alaska pipeline.
PM-05-107 America’s Greatest Projects and Their Engineers IV – 5 PDH
This course describes the perseverance as well as the innovations developed and implemented on Project Mercury at a critical time in our nation’s history.
PM-03-108 America’s Greatest Projects and Their Engineers V – 3 PDH
This course provides a synopsis of the design and construction of the Hoover Dam with an extensive evaluation of the challenges that the engineers and project managers overcame to complete one of the greatest construction projects in American history.