Equipment resource management into the 21st century: proceedings of the conference sponsored by the Committee on Construction Equipment and Techniques of the Construction Division of the American Society of Civil Engieers, the Associated General Contractors of America, and the Equipment Maintenance Council, Stouffer Nashville Hotel, Nashville, Tennessee, November 13-15, 1994

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American Society of Civil Engineers, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 210 pages
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This compilation of invited technical papers, reports, and discussions provides a concise overview of the management, operations, and maintenance of heavy construction equipment. Contributors, drawing on their years of practical experience, review a broad array of topics ranging from buying and selling equipment to crane safety, accident prevention as part of fleet management, and the principles of sound environmental management. Additional topics covered include future prospects of equipment resource management; finance and tax impacts; life cycle costing; predictive maintenance and equipment rental rate assumptions; robotics; productivity and availability analysis; and partnering between equipment manufacturers and owners.

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BUYING AND SELLING EQUD7MENT
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CRANE SAFETY AND OPERATOR CERTIFICATION
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