Handbook of Construction Management: Scope, Schedule, and Cost Control

1st Edition

Abdul Razzak Rumane

CRC Press
Published December 13, 2019
Reference - 854 Pages
ISBN 9780367869359 - CAT# K460359

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Summary

The book is developed to provide significant information and guidelines to construction and project management professionals (owners, designers, consultants, construction managers, project managers, supervisors, contractors, builders, developers, and many others from the construction-related industry) involved in construction projects (mainly civil construction projects, commercial-A/E projects) and construction-related industries. It covers the importance of construction management principles, procedures, concepts, methods, and tools, and their applications to various activities/components/subsystems of different phases of the life cycle of a construction project. These applications will improve the construction process in order to conveniently manage the project and make the project most qualitative, competitive, and economical. It also discuss the interaction and/or combination among some of the activities/elements of management functions, management processes, and their effective implementation and applications that are essential throughout the life cycle of project to conveniently manage the project.





This handbook will:







  • Focus on the construction management system to manage construction projects






  • Include a number of figures and tables which will enhance reader comprehension






  • Provide all related topics/areas of construction management






  • Be of interest to all those involved in construction management and project management






  • Provide information about Building Information Modeling (BIM), and ISO Certification in Construction Industry






  • Offer a chapter on Lean construction


The construction project life cycle phases and its activities/elements/subsystems are comprehensively developed and take into consideration Henri Fayol's Management Function concept which was subsequently modified by Koontz and O'Don

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