Managing the Construction Process: Estimating, Scheduling, and Project Control

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Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 385 pages

Comprehensive and unique in its perspective, this reliable, easy-to-read book covers all areas of the Construction Management industry—with a balanced focus on both theory and practicality. It helps users gain a working knowledge of the whole Building Industry, as well as the technical skills required to manage a construction project from conception through occupancy. It emphasizes current industry practices, making it a useful reference for the construction professional. All topic areas are clearly marked for easy reference; these include: construction project management, contracts and delivery methods, detailed estimating, scheduling, network construction, project control, and project updating. For construction professionals, including engineers, technicians, schedulers, and planners.

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Contents

SECTION ONE Construction Project
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SECTION TWO Estimating
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