Construction Project Management

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 426 pages
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This book focuses on the collaborative effort required to complete any public or private construction project, providing the construction professional with the skills needed to work with and alongside the owner representative, the designer, and within the public's eye. It explains in detail the project elements and environment, and the responsibilities of the varied project professionals, and follows in detail the chronology of a project. Estimating, scheduling, control and administrative functions of a project are covered, and separate chapters on Leadership and Management, Construction Law, and Safety and Health are included. For construction professionals, including project managers, architects, project owners and their representatives, civil engineers, and practitioners who are looking for an understanding of the changes in their industry and new tools and management methods available for dealing with those changes.

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User Review  - Fred - Goodreads

Great overview of the industry and all the major points. I wasn't aware how much I'd been picking up and knew already about the industry until I began to read this textbook and apparently on the job ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mohammed Alsoufi - Goodreads

my master thesis is going to be about construction project management, and my tutor gave me this book in order to know the background about this industry. I found it very useful and written with an easy language (not extremely easy) but understandable through almost all the aspects. Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
2
Research and Development
13
COMPUTERINTEGRATED CONSTRUCTION
21
Copyright

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