Project Management for Construction: Fundamental Concepts for Owners, Engineers, Architects, and Builders is a textbook in civil engineering. It does offer a unique perspective – that of the owner (or sponsor). Therefore, throughout the life cycle, the integrated and end-to-end viewpoint and interests of the owner are discussed and given emphasis. This includes consideration of all processes, techniques and costs, with the objective of a timely completion of the project in a cost-effective manner.
This facsimile edition measures about 1.2 in. thick, 7.5 in. wide, and 9.8 in. tall. Shipping weight is about 3 pounds. It has 496 pages divided into 14 chapters. It is available in hardcover format. It was published by Prentice-Hall in 1989 in English, and is part of the Prentice-Hall International Series in Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics. ISBN-10: 0137312660; ISBN-13: 978-0137312665
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