Building Overseas: Butterworth Architecture Management Guide
Covers the process of design and execution of capital projects overseas. It describes the characteristics of work abroad, of clients and the need for association with local professionals as well as the understanding of appropriate design and technology, marketing and setting up to work overseas.
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