Construction Project Teams: Making Them Work Profitably
This book addresses the important issues involved in forming effective and profitable teams for construction projects - both within and between client, design and construction firms. It is divided into two main sections. The first contains theories related to particular aspects of project teams, with key points illustrating their practical application. The second contains real and simulated building and civil engineering case studies, each concluding with corrective lessons to aid successful construction project team building.
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Joining the project team the business case 2 1
A construction project team its nature
A team of diverse people and cultures dealing with
A team of diverse disciplines and stakeholders
A team of diverse businesses meeting collective
A team as a temporary organization getting the right
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Alminster Old Town Hall
the Ark Hammersmith London W6
Kelso Day Centre a selfbuild scheme
A team as an information exchange communicating
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