Urban Construction Project Management (McGraw-Hill Construction Series) Hardback
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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. Get Proven Solutions to the Unique Problems of Construction Management in Urban Environments Filled with hands-on advice from two seasoned project management experts, Urban Construction Project Management provides a wealth of proven solutions to the common problems of construction management in urban environments.
The book includes cutting-edge information about working on small sites, public safety, the permit process, coordinating with utility companies, dealing with adjacent properties, and many other topics. This indispensable construction management tool uses numerous illustrations, photographs, charts, tables, and diagrams to clarify the critical issues involved in today's urban construction projects.
The authors present timely guidance on testing...safety...logistics...building code compliance... scheduling and procurement...subcontractors and the bidding process... insurance and bonds...renovation and demolition...costs...claims...design-build...green construction...and more.
Urban Construction Project Management features:Practical, step-by-step methods for meeting the unique challenges of today's complex urban construction projectsChecklists and forms-such as Request for Information (RFI) logs, meeting minutes, and contact lists-that enable readers to put information into practice quickly and easilyA wide range of visual materials, including illustrations, photographs, schedules, charts, tables, and diagramsSuccessfully Manage Every Aspect of Urban Construction Projects* Project Organization * Problem Solving * Testing * Permits * Utilities * Safety * Logistics * Layouts * Drawings * Contracts * Insurance and Bonds * Underpinning * Security * Building Codes * Renovation and Demolition * Communications * Meetings * Logs and Reports * Schedules * Subcontractors and the Bidding Process * Costs * Claims * Design-Build * Requisitions * Punch List * Close-Outs * Technology * Green Construction