Urban Construction Project Management (McGraw-Hill Construction Series)

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 15, 2008 - Architecture - 512 pages
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• The authors are both established figures in the urban construction field

• The book will help contractors keep projects on time and within budget

 

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Contents

1 Project Organization
1
2 Risk Assessment and Problem Solving
21
3 Testing and Quality Control
35
4 Building Codes and Permits
61
5 Safety
73
6 Logistics
117
7 Layouts and Surveying
165
8 Drawings and Specifications
177
15 Schedules
287
16 Subcontractors and Bidding
309
17 Costs
331
18 Claims and Dispute Resolutions
363
19 DesignBuild
371
20 Requisitions
381
21 Project Punch List and Closeout
399
22 Technology
411

9 Contracts
189
10 Insurance and Bonds
207
11 Security
227
12 Renovation and Demolition
235
13 Meetings and Communications
245
14 Project Documentation Logs and Reports
263
23 Green Construction
423
Epilogue
431
References
435
Index
439
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About the author (2008)

Richard Lambeck, P.E. is the principal of RL Project Management, Inc., and also a Clinical Assistant Professor of Construction Management at NYU's Real Estate Institute.

John Eschemuller, P.E. is president of John Eschemuller Consulting Services Ltd., as well as a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU's Real Estate Institute.

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