Construction Methods and Management
Construction Methods and Management has been thoroughly revised and updated to present a comprehensive introduction to the methods and management of today's construction industry. This text covers the material so thoroughly that it can serve as the basic text for a variety of construction courses. S. W. Nunnally covers critical path methods, contracts, construction economics, productivity, safety, and health in addition to building construction, heavy construction, and earthmoving. In addition, the author includes over 250 illustrations of current equipment, procedures, and management techniques, and updated numerous end-of-chapter problems, questions, and computer applications.
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Earthmoving Materials and Operations
Excavating and Lifting
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Estimating and Project Management for Building Contractors
No preview available - 1996