• Corpus ID: 109141283

Construction Project Administration

@inproceedings{Fisk1978ConstructionPA,
  title={Construction Project Administration},
  author={Edward R. Fisk},
  year={1978}
}
1. The Project Delivery System. 2. Responsibility and Authority. 3. Resident Inspection Office Responsibilities. 4. Documentation: Records and Reports. 5. Specifications and Drawings. 6. Using the Specifications in Contract Administration. 7. Construction Laws and Labor Relations. 8. Construction Safety. 9. Meetings and Negotiations. 10. Risk Allocation and Liability Sharing. 11. Preconstruction Operations. 12. Planning for Construction. 13. Fundamentals of CPM Construction Scheduling. 14… 
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