The latest book from Paul Netscher is essential reading for project owners, those planning a new project, project managers and principle agents.
Many construction projects are doomed to fail long before construction even begins. They are the wrong project, built in the wrong place at the wrong time. The design is inadequate, the budget is wrong, a poor team is selected and investigations are incomplete. Some projects are poorly managed and others aren’t finished properly. At any stage your project can go wrong if it’s not managed correctly!
Filled with invaluable tips, insights and advice, this easy to read book takes you from project inception, where the owner decides what they want, where they want it and how much they can pay. To planning, appointing the project team, investigations, budgeting, the design process, selecting the right contractor, preliminary work, construction, and finally, commissioning and project completion. Chapters also cover project scheduling, important financial aspects and contractual arrangements.
Whether you are planning to build a new home, preparing to renovate and extend your house, launching a new project as a seasoned property developer, perhaps a project manager who manages projects on a daily basis, or maybe you are just starting in the construction profession, you will find this book filled with valuable information to help you plan, monitor and manage each project phase to ensure your project is a success.
Get your copy of this indispensable guide; Construction Management: From Project Concept to Completion, from Amazon and other online stores, available in paper or ebook.
The author’s previous books have been favourably received by those new to the construction industry as well as seasoned professionals. Reviews include: “this is the best book on project management I have read” and “this book is fun to read and full of examples of what to be aware of with project management”.
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The opinions expressed in the attached articles are those of the writer. It should be noted that projects are varied and different laws and restrictions apply which depend on the location of the contractor and the project. It's important that the reader uses the supplied information taking cognisance of their particular circumstances. The writer assumes no responsibility or liability for any loss of any kind arising from the reader using the information or advice contained herein.
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