The Management of Construction: A Project Lifecycle Approach

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Routledge, Jun 1, 2007 - Architecture - 352 pages
Management of Construction introduces all aspects of management practice to students and professionals based in the construction industry. It is also important for those involved in allied fields such as design, project development, and site monitoring and inspection.

The book addresses each stage of the construction project from conception to completion, giving a perspective on the whole life cycle often missing from textbooks. The author also balances engineering concerns with the human resource and personal aspects of construction management that are so important to the successful outcome of a project.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
2 Preproject phase
12
3 Planning and design phase
40
4 Contractor selection phase
72
5 Project mobilisation phase
120
6 Project operations phase
205
7 Project closeout and termination phase
289
Index
303
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