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Computer-based Construction Project Management - With CD (02 Edition)by Tarek Hegazy
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Computer-Based Construction Project Management focuses on the use of computers to cope with the construction challenges of tight budgets, strict deadlines, and limited resources. Coverage includes areas such as contracts, estimating and scheduling, resource management, bidding, cash management, and project control. Readers will develop skills to analyze projects and use computers to optimize resource use. Real world exercises, a variety of software applications, and practice software are all included.
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This book/CD-ROM text focuses on the use of computers in construction management. Coverage includes areas such as contracts, estimating and scheduling, resource management, bidding, cash management, and project control. Underlying concepts are presented both manually and on computer applications. An ongoing case study unifies chapter information. The accompanying CD-ROM contains Excel and Microsoft Project files for exercises, plus working versions of Evolver (a commercial genetic algorithm software used for cost optimization), ProBID software for competitive bidding, and Excel. The author teaches at the University of Waterloo, Ontario.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This guide helps professionals with basic computer knowledge improve their project management skills, and views basic project management concepts from an information technology perspective. All concepts are presented both manually and on computer applications with a unified case study throughout the book that clearly demonstrates the evolution of concepts in the successive chapters. Chapter topics contain comprehensive coverage of quantitative construction management techniques for planning, scheduling, estimating, cost optimization, cash flow analysis, bidding, and project control. For engineers, construction managers, project managers, and consulting engineers.
Table of Contents
1. Construction Project Initiation.
2. Information Management Tools.
3. Planning—Part 1—Network Diagrams.
4. Planning—Part 2—TIME and COST Estimation.
5. Critical-Path Analysis for Network Scheduling.
6. Scheduling of Linear and Repetitive Projects.
7. Resource Management: Part I—Resource Allocation and Leveling.
8. Resource Management: Part II—Time-Cost Trade-Off.
9. Bidding Strategy and Markup Estimation.
10. Project Financing and Schedule Integration.
11. Construction Progress Control.
12. Special Topics.
Appendix A: Web Resources.
Appendix B: New Case Study.
Appendix C: Exercise Projects.
Appendix D: Probability Table for Standard Normal Distribution.
Appendix E: Detailed MasterFormat List.
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