Written from the perspective of the general contractor's project manager, this comprehensive construction project management reference illustrates the team approach to project management that is prevalent in private sector construction. Using a single commercial construction project to illustrate concepts, the authors' present topics in the sequence the project manager would address them. The focus is on the individual management processes and techniques and tools needed to manage a project. The authors address all aspects of construction from contracts, selecting a project, cost estimating, planning and scheduling, contract development, partnering and team building, subcontracting and material management to project start-up, document and record keeping, communications, field questions, submittals, quality and safety management, contract change orders, claims and disputes, warranty management and advanced topics in project management. For construction contractors and those interested in construction management.
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This text is organized within the context of a real construction project, emphasizing the skills, knowledge, and techniques needed to be a successful project manager. The example of a single construction project used throughout the text is an effective analytical tool in that the topics are addressed in the sequence that a manager would address them on the job. The fact that it is a real-world project will be meaningful to readers who seek to apply concepts to everyday practices.Key features of this edition:
John Schaufelberger, Ph.D., PE, is the Chairman of the Department of Construction Management at the University of Washington, where he has taught since 1994. He teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in the areas of construction equipment management, construction practices, construction contract procurement, construction firm management, and international construction project management. A licensed professional engineer, he served thirty years as an officer in the US Army Corps of Engineers prior to joining the University of Washington faculty. He managed major public works construction projects in Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, as well as at many locations throughout the United States. He has represented the United States in negotiations with foreign governments. He is the author of "Construction Equipment Management," published in 1999 by Prentice-Hall, and co-author of "Contracts with the Trades: Scope of Work Models for Home Builders," published in 1997 by the Home Builder Press, "Management of Construction Projects: Constructor's Perspective," published in 2001 by Prentice-Hall, and "Construction Cost Estimating: Process and Practices," published in 2005 by Prentice-Hall.
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