Corpus ID: 108545459

Professional construction management : including C.M., design-construct, and general contracting

@inproceedings{Barrie1992ProfessionalCM,
  title={Professional construction management : including C.M., design-construct, and general contracting},
  author={D. Barrie and B. Paulson},
  year={1992}
}
1 Management in the Engineering and Construction Industry 2 Development And Organization Of Projects 3 Applications And Requirements For Management Organizations 4 Introduction To An Example Project 5 Preconstruction Site Investigation, Planning Scheduling, Estimating And Design 6 Bidding And Award 7 Construction 8 Application Of Controls 9 Selecting A Construction Manager 10 Concepts Of Project Planning And Control 11 Estimating Project Costs 12 Planning And Control Of Operations And Resources… Expand
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