Residential Land Development Practices: A Textbook on Developing Land Into Finished Lots

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ASCE Publications, 2002 - Business & Economics - 258 pages
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Provides an insight into developing raw land into marketable residential lots and homes. Comprehensive coverage includes the design, approval, and development process of developing land on time and within budget. This guide also presents practical and proven management techniques and tools.
  

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The author, Robert Thompson, is a sought-after speaker, workshop leader, and executive coach. He is the founder of Applied Performance, a leadership and personal communication services company for entry-level through chief executive officers.

Through his work with the Tom Peters Company, Thompson immersed himself in the study and practical application of leadership and is a founding Master Facilitator for the highly acclaimed The Leadership Challenge(R) Workshop.

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