Construction project management
Prentice Hall PTR, 2000 - Business & Economics - 395 pages
For undergraduate/graduate-level courses in Construction Management. This text should also appeal to the architectural student.
This text focuses on the scope of the skills necessary to propel today's construction project manager into the forefront of the profession. It defines the dynamics of people coming together for one project, explores the specific technical, political, and regulatory complexities of the project itself and explains how to effectively utilize management tools to harness this volatile environment to produce a successful project. A combination of theory and practical reality creates a dynamic interchange and learning foundation for students.
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