Industrial Engineering Projects: Practice and procedures for capital projects in the engineering, manufacturing and process industries

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The Joint Development Board sponsored by the Association of Cost Engineers and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors
CRC Press, Feb 25, 2010 - Architecture - 275 pages
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This handbook provides a clear explanation of the commercial, contractual and statutory aspects of a capital project in the process industries from feasability studies, through commissioning/contract; to construction operation.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Management of Engineering Projects
11
3 Estimating
41
4 Value Management
59
5 Project Services
67
6 Quality Assurance
111
7 The Contract
118
8 Indemnities and Insurances
130
11 Operational Maintenance
195
12 Health and Safety and the Environment
213
Glossary of terms
225
Acts and Regulations pertinent to the construction industry
237
Safety records required on site
239
Example forms
241
The Local Government Access to Information Act 1985
245
Environmental impact assessment EIA
247

9 ContractorSubcontractor Selection
156
10 Procurement of Materials and Equipment
180

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