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Environmental Waste Management In Constructions By Alvin D. Davis
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The application of an environmental waste management in construction with potential benefits such as assuring customers of commitment to demonstrable environmental management; maintaining good... More > public/community relations; satisfying investor criteria and improving access to capital; obtaining insurance at reasonable cost..< Less
The International Construction Project Manager By Patrick Chilvers Munkelt
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This book is written to explain the responsibilities and problems experianced by the international construction project manager in the Far East, Middle East, Africa , The caribbean and Europe. using... More > real projects as the source of information. The methods of estimating, planning, quality control and mangement when taking projects from construction difficulties to production success are explained. The projects the author explains are those the author managed or was part of the management team or consultancy.< Less
Issues in International Construction Project Management By Farrukh Khan
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Construction as an industry accounts for about 10% of the global Gross Domestic Product and apart from direct construction related activities which include the construction of buildings and other... More > infrastructure, construction services including design, consulting and other associated activities are also important. Globalisation has meant that governments are increasingly uninterested in having a preference for the local companies and foreign firms can compete for the tenders available. International construction activities, however, usually mean that additional risks have to be considered as compared to the construction activities which a company is used to undertaking on its home base. This report takes a look at the problems associated with international construction and comes with an extensive bibliography for those who may want to further research the topic.< Less
Issues in International Construction Project Management By Farrukh Khan
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Construction as an industry accounts for about 10% of the global Gross Domestic Product and apart from direct construction related activities which include the construction of buildings and other... More > infrastructure, construction services including design, consulting and other associated activities are also important. Globalisation has meant that governments are increasingly uninterested in having a preference for the local companies and foreign firms can compete for the tenders available. International construction activities, however, usually mean that additional risks have to be considered as compared to the construction activities which a company is used to undertaking on its home base. This report takes a look at the problems associated with international construction and comes with an extensive bibliography for those who may want to further research the topic.< Less
Construction Safety Management, A Systems Approach By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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The few models on safety management that are available tend to explain a procedure to manage safety rather than a safety management system. The research carried out here, however, models safety... More > management by transforming a common procedural model (i.e. the HSE’s model, 1997) into a functional systems representation. The overall goal of the model is to offer clear graphic lines of influence of its different components on organisational safety. The model is innovative not in the components that it considers but in the representation of those components, which details relative distances between elements and, therefore, opens doors to model-driven hypotheses which account for those distances. Therefore, hypotheses are more accurate in their predictions. This model is firstly explored in the construction sector. Results from this exploratory research support the adequacy of the model to understanding safety management and encourage future research of a more confirmatory nature.< Less
Synchronization of construction project management in Building Information modeling By Md. Afjalur Rahman
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A comprehensive pathway to using BIM largely in various construction projects
The GIGA Factor Program Management in the Engineering & Construction Industry By Robert Prieto
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The largest, most complex engineering and construction programs have a lot to teach smaller programs about effective Program Management. Robert Prieto’s new book, The Giga Factor: Program... More > Management in the Engineering & Construction Industry collects and analyzes these lessons for their broadest possible application. “By looking at the largest of the engineering and construction programs in the industry, so called “Giga Programs” , we are able to see details that are masked or lost in the noise of mega-programs and smaller projects,” Prieto says. “While these lessons are focused on these Giga Programs, having discovered them, many will be applicable on smaller-scale mega programs.” The book’s exploration of Program Management includes chapters devoted to: • Program Initiation • Program Governance • Program Execution • Program Management Oversight • Risks and Opportunities • Sustainability and Innovation • Special Applications • Case History and Lessons Learned< Less
Construction Safety Management, A Systems Approach By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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The few models on safety management that are available tend to explain a procedure to manage safety rather than a safety management system. The research carried out here, however, models safety... More > management by transforming a common procedural model (i.e. the HSE’s model, 1997) into a functional systems representation. The overall goal of the model is to offer clear graphic lines of influence of its different components on organisational safety. The model is innovative not in the components that it considers but in the representation of those components, which details relative distances between elements and, therefore, opens doors to model-driven hypotheses which account for those distances. Therefore, hypotheses are more accurate in their predictions. This model is firstly explored in the construction sector. Results from this exploratory research support the adequacy of the model to understanding safety management and encourage future research of a more confirmatory nature.< Less
Construction Safety Management, A Systems Approach (Knowledge Management Edition) By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
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This book models safety management by transforming a common procedural model into a functional systems representation. The overall goal of the model is to offer clear graphic lines of influence of... More > its different components on organisational safety. This model is firstly explored in the construction sector. Results from this exploratory research support the adequacy of the model to understanding construction safety management. This book is a “Knowledge Management” edition. The reader purchases the original contents with the main ideas underscored/underlined, and the essential ideas highlighted. The downloadable version is color-coded, as are the most relevant illustrations. A normal edition can be found as Pérezgonzález, JD (2005). Construction Safety Management, A Systems Approach. USA: Lulu, Inc.< Less
Construction Safety Management, A Systems Approach (Knowledge Management Edition) By Jose D. Pérezgonzález
eBook (PDF): $29.39
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This book models safety management by transforming a common procedural model into a functional systems representation. The overall goal of the model is to offer clear graphic lines of influence of... More > its different components on organisational safety. This model is firstly explored in the construction sector. Results from this exploratory research support the adequacy of the model to understanding construction safety management. This book is a “Knowledge Management” edition. The reader purchases the original contents with the main ideas underscored/underlined, and the essential ideas highlighted. The downloadable version is color-coded, as are the most relevant illustrations. A normal edition can be found as Pérezgonzález, JD (2005). Construction Safety Management, A Systems Approach. USA: Lulu, Inc.< Less