HyattBrad Hyatt
Department Chair, Associate Professor


Phone: (559) 278-7735

Mailing Address: 2320 E. San Ramon Ave. MS/EE94, Fresno, CA 93740-8030

Linked In:

Faculty Advisor: Students in Construction (SIC); Leaders in Construction Development Program (LCDP)               

Spring 2018 Office Hours: Monday & Wednesday: 11am-1pm

More Information about Professor Hyatt:

Current Courses:

  • CM 116 - Construction Scheduling and Control
  • CM 170 - Construction Project Controls
  • CM 180B - CM Capstone I


  • M.S.,  Engineering - Construction Engineering & Project Management, The University of Texas at Austin, 2003
  • B.S.,  Civil Engineering, University of Kentucky, 1998

Industry Experience:

  • Senior Project Manager, Harris & Associated (2007-2009)
  • Civil Engineer Corps Officer, US Navy (1998-2007)


Hyatt, B., “Leadership Development in Undergraduate Construction Management Education”, International Proceedings of the 49th Annual Conference, Associated Schools of Construction, San Luis Obispo, California, April 9-13, 2013. 

Hyatt, B. and Fakner, T., “Who’s on Deck? The Impending Leadership Void in Construction Organizations”, Advisor: The Journal of Professional CM/PM Management, 1(1), 28-31.  

Zoghi, M., Crask, L., Hyatt, B., and Luo, Y., “Curriculum Innovation with Leadership Opportunities to Engage Students at All Levels”, Proceedings of 2012 Pacific Southwest Regional Conference, American Society of Engineering Education, San Luis Obispo, California, April 3-4, 2012.

Hyatt, B., “Effectively Utilizing Industry Members to Assess Student Learning Outcomes in a Senior Project Course”, Proceedings of 2011 Pacific Southwest Regional Conference, American Society of Engineering Education, Fresno, California, April 1-2, 2011. 

Hyatt, B., “A Case Study for Integrating Lean, Green, BIM into an Undergraduate Construction Management Scheduling Course”, International Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference, Associated Schools of Construction, Omaha, Nebraska, April 7-9, 2011. 

Hyatt, B., “Using BIM Scheduling Simulations (4D) in an Undergraduate Construction Management Course to Assess ‘Means and Methods’ Knowledge”, Proceedings of ECOBuild 2010, Washington, D.C., December 7-9, 2010.

Research Interests:

  • Leadership in Construction
  • Lean Construction
  • Healthcare Construction Management
  • BIM in Construction Planning solutions