Construction Jobsite Management
Cengage Learning, Jun 10, 2010 - Technology & Engineering - 480 pages
This new updated third edition of Construction Jobsite Management deals with all facets of construction project management from the contractor's point of view. It examines the duties that are handled by the project manager, construction superintendent, and construction engineer throughout the progress of a job, from the configurations of a project team through project closeout. A hallmark of this book is its dedicated focus on the activities of jobsite personnel that includes helpful techniques and procedures for effectively managing a project from start to finish. The clear, concise language in which it is written makes this book an essential introduction to the real world of effective management techniques.
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Introduction to Project Management
The Project Team
Use of Construction Documents on The Jobsite
Submittals Samples and Shop Drawings
Documentation and Record Keeping at the Jobsite
Jobsite Layout and Control
Meetings Negotiations and Dispute Resolution
Jobsite Labor Relations and Control
Project Quality Management
Time and Cost Control
Waste and Environmental Management and Sustainable Construction Practices
Computerized Project Administration
Changes and Claims
Personnel and Safety Management
Subcontracting and Purchasing
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