Construction Project Administration

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 639 pages
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For courses in Construction Management, Construction Contract Administration, and Construction Inspection. Drawing on the author's extensive experience in construction engineering, administration, and education, this text/reference addresses each of the principal contract administration duties in logical order--from the hands-on viewpoint of a resident engineer on a construction project. It specifically addresses the responsibility and authority of the Resident Project Representative, unlike other texts which focus on the project manager. The text takes a project team approach for improved job efficiency, outlining a construction team operation in which the administrator delegates to the greatest possible extent all those contract administration functions that can be more effectively done in the field.

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Contents

The Project Delivery System
1
Responsibility and Authority
36
Resident Project Representative Office Responsibilities
52
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EDWARD R. FISK, F.ASCE, PE, SE, LS, is a civil and structural engineer, a professional land surveyor, and a licensed engineering contractor who currently consults in Orange, California. He has served as the Civil Engineer Member of the California State Board of Registration for Construction Inspectors, which led to his advising the American Construction Inspector's Association on establishing a voluntary certification program. He is a widely published author of professional papers and books, such as Construction Project Administration, the Construction Engineer's Complete Handbook of Forms, and the Resident Engineer's Field Manual, among others.
RANDY R. RAPP, D.Mgt, PE, CCE, CPC, AIC, is the Director of the BS in Construction Management program and an Associate Professor of Architectural Engineering and Building Construction at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. He has been directly involved in, or closely associated with, construction engineering and management from the job site to the executive office. The author of assorted publications about the industry, he also consults and delivers construction-related seminars.

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