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This is an easy to read introduction to building estimating for undergraduate students, or anyone working in a quantity surveying or construction commercial management role who needs a quick reference.
Introduction To Building Procurement
The content is split into four parts and is subdivided into easy-to-read chapters replicating the timeline of a project during the construction stage:. Part A covers initiating the construction stage, project gdeenhalgh mechanisms, contract administration and health and safety management. Part B covers managing the construction stage, contractor performance and relationship management. With chapter summaries and tutorial questions provided throughout the book, the reader will get to grips with the following topics:.
Having developed the necessary background knowledge, the reader is then introduced to the more complex aspects of procurement in detail, such as:. The concluding chapter discusses emerging procurement trends, and speculates on future developments to treenhalgh the reader right up to speed with the modern industry.
With its clear layout and highly accessible approach, Introduction to Building Procuremen is the perfect introductory text for undergraduate students and professionals starting out on a career in quantity surveying, construction project management or construction commercial management. Account Options Sign in.
Brian Greenhalgh (Author of Introduction to Building Procurement)
Students and professionals encountering estimating for the first time need an approachable introduction to its principles and techniques, which is up to date with current practice. Introduction to Estimating for Construction explains both the traditional techniques, and best practice in early contractor involvement situations, within the framework of modern construction procurement. As well as introducing different estimating techniques, it includes: The nature of costs in construction from a cost of resources approach Modern tendering procedures and the stages of development of construction projects How to convert an estimate into a formal tender and then into a contract Simple numerical examples of estimates Estimating and cost analysis during the construction project Summaries and discussion questions in every chapter This is an easy to read introduction to building estimating for undergraduate students, or anyone working in a quantity surveying or construction commercial management role who needs a quick reference.
This book is an introduction introsuction construction contract administration and management, covering the delivery and execution stage of a construction project and the various issues which the contract administrator needs to proactively manage.
It is particularly appropriate for students and new practitioners from varied construction professions and whilst it covers domestic UK projects, it will be particularly useful for those studying and working on international projects where terminology, procedures and legal systems may differ from the UK.
The content is split into four parts and is subdivided into easy-to-read chapters replicating the timeline of a project during the construction stage: Part A covers initiating the construction stage, project delivery mechanisms, contract administration and health and safety management; Part B covers managing the construction stage, contractor performance and relationship management; Part C covers finalising the construction stage, project completion and close-out; Part D covers claims and disputes.
Introduction to Construction Contract Management will be particularly useful for students enrolled on global construction programmes together with international distance learning students and non-cognate graduates starting out on an international career in construction contract administration and quantity surveying.
The procurement stage of the building process is critical to the success of any building project, and as such must be understood by everybody entering the industry. Introduction to Building Procurement is designed to familiarize the novice with the principles and methods of building procurement, starting at the most basic level. With chapter summaries and tutorial questions provided throughout the book, the reader will get to grips with the following topics: Having developed the necessary background knowledge, the reader is then introduced to the more complex aspects of procurement in detail, such as: Practice management for Land, Construction and Property Professionals presents the expert views and practical experience of researchers and practitioners concerned with the particular challenges and skills required to manage professional service organizations in the constuction and property industries.
The book provides extensive coverage of the following key issues: Students working towards qualifications in the properrty and construction professions will also find the book a valuable reference and source of advice.