Architectural Management

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M. P. Nicholson
Taylor & Francis, 1992 - Architecture - 387 pages
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This book allows the construction professional to gain an insight into the fast moving subject of architectural management. Subjects covered include: organization of design and construction; Computing and the architect; quality and value engineering; performance of buildings; the public estate; professional/construction law and education and training.
 

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Contents

Chapter One Architectural Management and Practice
1
Chapter Two Design Management
39
Planning and estimating design work a review of British
55
Planning building design work
77
Managing the construction process through a framework
90
Constructability evaluation during detailed design phase
104
S Alkass G Jergeas and A Tyler
118
Chapter Three Project Management
133
Value management Its relevance to managing construction
235
Modern value engineering for design and construction
247
Value management from a global perspective
268
Chapter Six Computing in Architecture
281
Taking control of I T
297
Coding for computerisation of building maintenance data
314
R F Fellows and T D Bilham
336
Chapter Eight Human Resources
349

Design and build The role of a project manager
160
methodology
179
Optimising premises performance through proactive premises
198
Development of models and methods for the management of
211
The impact of cyclical trends on human resource requirements
362
Chapter Nine And To The Future
379
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