Construction Management: Principles and Practice

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Palgrave Macmillan, 2004 - 508 pages
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Behind the success of any construction project is the effective site management of the works by the principal contracting organisation. Construction Management provides a comprehensive introduction to the key management concepts, principles and practices that contribute to project success. Up-to-date with the latest developments in the field, and packed with examples and case study material, this book is suitable for a range of students including: HNC/D and undergraduates students on building, civil engineering, construction management, quantity surveying, building surveying and architecture courses.
It would also be a useful reference for postgraduates and young construction professionals.

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ALAN GRIFFITH is Professor of Building and Construction Management at The Centre for the Built Environment, School of Environment and Development, Sheffield Hallam University. He is an experienced author, and has written numerous books for Palgrave Macmillan and Longman.

PAUL WATSON is Principal Lecturer and Subject Course Leader in the School of Environment and Development, Sheffield Hallam University. His main research interest is quality issues related to industry and education.

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