This book provides 101 real life construction management case studies. It includes jobsites that cover: organisation, procurement, estimating, scheduling, subcontractors, communications, quality and cost control, change orders, claims and disputes, safety and close outs.
With larger projects it makes sense to involve a project controller who will competently secure the client's interests and effectively ensure that the client's objectives are met throughout the project. To achieve this specialist project management skills are a mandatory requirement for the success of a project.
In the complex, cash-strapped, high pressure world of modern construction, what do you do when something goes wrong? This work looks beyond the best-case scenario to give project managers, contractors, architects and engineers the tools to prepare effectively for the unexpected.
This new edition provides up-to-date coverage of dramatic changes underway in the construction industry, including advances in pre-fabricated construction; increased use of drones, robotics and artificial intelligence; net-zero buildings and lean construction. You'll learn about key current industry developments and standards, as well as latest relevant building codes.
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