Field Guide for Construction Management

Field Guide for Construction Management

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From any perspective, the ideal construction project is one in which the contractor shows up on your doorstep with the right price and all of his tools, people, and equipment ready to start, and builds exactly what you want for the price you want and finish on schedule. Everyone then goes away, happy as clams. This is the ideal, but it never occurs. The world is a competitive place; to survive, contractors must think competitively in order to win work. They must find a way to complete a quality project for the lowest price. Circumstances can easily derail even the best plans and contractors, but with planning, delays and cost overruns can be minimized. This handbook helps guide the construction manager through the trials and tribulations of selecting, expecting, rejecting, prompting, requiring, and documenting what the contractor produces on the project. Contracts can be written that foresee common problems and provide the construction manager with their resolution. The concepts in Field Guide for Construction Management can help you do just that.The construction schedule is the prime tool of the contractor to see that he is in a profitable mode and in control of his project. ... The group of activities that begins with day one and forms a path through the milestone dates, and end on the last day of the project is called the a€œcritical patha€ ofthe project. ... The construction document may prescribe the schedule format (i.e., hardcopy |26| Dennis Sanders .

Title:Field Guide for Construction Management
Author: Dennis Sanders
Publisher:iUniverse - 2011-12-19

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