Project management for engineering and construction

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McGraw-Hill, 2000 - Business & Economics - 368 pages
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The purpose of this book is to present the principles and techniques of project management, beginning with the conceptual phase by the owner, through coordination of design and construction, to project completion.

Throughout this book the importance of management skills is emphasized to enable the user to develop his or her own style of project management. The focus is to apply project management at the beginning of a project, when it is first approved. Too often the formal organization to manage a project is not developed until the beginning of the construction phase. This book presents the information that must be assembled and managed during the development and engineering design phase to bring a project to successful completion by the owner.

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Oberlender has over thirty years of experience as a consulting engineer, author, and professor. He maintains an active consulting practice in construction engineering and project management. He received his Ph.D. in civil engineering from the University of Texas at Arlington. He is professor and coordinator of the graduate program in Construction Engineering and Project Management in the School of Civil Engineering at Oklahoma State University. He is a registered professional engineer and a member of the American Concrete Institute, the American Society of Civil Engineers, and the National Society of Professional Engineers.