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Construction management strategies : a theory of construction management

Radosavljevic, M. and Bennett, J. (2012) Construction management strategies : a theory of construction management. Wiley, pp320. ISBN 9780470656099

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The construction industry has become a truly global network of interconnected stakeholders making demands which require the involvement of skilled workforces from all over the world. Construction Management Strategies sets the foundations for understanding and managing construction’s inherent complexity and uniqueness. It establishes clear definitions of commonly accepted terms like built environment, construction, civil engineering, etc. which are often given confusing and conflicting interpretations. It cuts through the plethora of overlapping role titles currently used in the construction sector that make it difficult to establish how projects are actually managed.

Item Type:Book
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of the Built Environment > Construction Management and Engineering > Business Innovation in Construction
ID Code:27327
Uncontrolled Keywords:construction management, strategy, theory

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