Computer-based Construction Project Management

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Prentice Hall, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 398 pages
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This guide helps professionals with basic computer knowledge improve their project management skills, and views basic project management concepts from an information technology perspective. All concepts are presented both manually and on computer applications with a unified case study throughout the book that clearly demonstrates the evolution of concepts in the successive chapters. Chapter topics contain comprehensive coverage of quantitative construction management techniques for planning, scheduling, estimating, cost optimization, cash flow analysis, bidding, and project control. For engineers, construction managers, project managers, and consulting engineers.

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