Civil Engineering Project ManagementBy
- Alan C. Twort, Formerly consultant at Binnie, Black & Veatch Consulting Engineers, UK
- J Gordon Rees, Binnie, Black and Veatch Consulting Engineers, Redhill, UK
This new edition of Civil Engineering: Supervision and Management updates and revises the best practical guide for on-site engineers. Written from the point of view of the project engineer it details their responsibilities, powers and duties.The book has been fully updated to reflect the latest changes to management practice and new forms of contract. As a practical guide to on-site project management the book is invaluable to practicing engineers.
Civil engineering students, in particular those studying courses on management and supervision. Civil Engineering professionals at all supervisory levels.
Published: December 2003
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
Reviews of previous editions: "It is an excellent guide to the engineer going on site for the first time and as such I can recommend it" - Municipal Engineering "Can be recommended to any young civil engineer" - The Professional Engineer "The book is lucidly written and readable" - Journal of the Institution of Highway Engineers
- Methods of Commissioning WorksContractual ArrangementsTenderingContractor's Site OrganizationEngineers and their StaffStarting the Construction WorkSite Surveys, Investigations and LayoutResident Engineer's Office RecordsProgramme and Progress ChartsMeasurement and Bills of QuantitiesInterim Monthly PaymentsVariations and ClaimsEarthworks and PipelinesSite Concreting and Reinforcement