Urban Construction Project Management (McGraw-Hill Construction Series)

by: Richard Lambeck, John Eschemuller


Abstract: A solutions-oriented guide to the unique problems of construction management in an urban environmentFilled with hands-on advice from two seasoned professionals, this book offers you a wealth of solutions to the common problems of construction management in urban environments, including working on small sites, public safety, the permit process, coordinating with utility companies, and dealing with adjacent properties.Urban Construction Project Management uses numerous illustrations, photos, charts, tables, and diagrams to clarify the critical issues involved in urban construction projects. The book presents timely guidance on logistics, building code compliance, scheduling and procurement, insurance and bonds, renovation and demolition, costs, claims, and more. In addition, there are handy checklists and forms - such as RFI (Request for Information) logs, meeting minutes, and contact lists - that enables you to put information into practice quickly and easily.
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Title: Urban Construction Project Management (McGraw-Hill Construction Series)

Publisher: : New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Mexico City, Milan, New Delhi, San Juan, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, Toronto

Copyright / Pub. Date: 2009 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc

ISBN: 9780071544689

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Richard Lambeck is the author of this McGraw-Hill Professional publication.

John Eschemuller is the author of this McGraw-Hill Professional publication.

Description: A solutions-oriented guide to the unique problems of construction management in an urban environmentFilled with hands-on advice from two seasoned professionals, this book offers you a wealth of solutions to the common problems of construction management in urban environments, including working on small sites, public safety, the permit process, coordinating with utility companies, and dealing with adjacent properties.Urban Construction Project Management uses numerous illustrations, photos, charts, tables, and diagrams to clarify the critical issues involved in urban construction projects. The book presents timely guidance on logistics, building code compliance, scheduling and procurement, insurance and bonds, renovation and demolition, costs, claims, and more. In addition, there are handy checklists and forms - such as RFI (Request for Information) logs, meeting minutes, and contact lists - that enables you to put information into practice quickly and easily.