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Construction Management Strategies - Milan Radosavljevic
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A Theory of Construction Management InhaltsangabeThe AuthorsAcknowledgementsPreface1 Introduction and Background 1Construction viewed from space 2What is construction 9Why a theory of construction management is needed 11Who can manage construction 12Construction managed by designers 13Construction managed by customers 15Construction managed by contractors 16Construction managed by facilities managers 17Construction managed by independent project managers 18Construction managed by independent construction managers 20How the construction industry works 21Designer-led practice 22Manager-led practice 23Contractor-led practice 25Conclusions 282 The Built Environment 31Introduction 31Forces which shape the built environment 34Climate and geology 35Economy 35Government 36Culture and fashion 37Technology 39Customers 40Buildings and infrastructure 48Architecture 49Civil engineering 49Thinking about the forces which shape the built environment 503 Construction Concepts 53Introduction 53Construction products 53Customers 53Construction actions 54Construction 59Construction organizations 60Common characteristics of construction organizations 62Interactions and relationships 64Double-loop learning in construction networks 66Categories of relationship 67Factors influencing construction performance 69Construction management 71Construction efficiency 714 Theory of Construction Management 75Introduction 75A worst case construction project 77A straightforward and certain construction project 80Barriers to effective relationships 82Inherent difficulty caused by design 83Inherent difficulty caused by construction teams 84Inherent difficulty caused by construction environments 85Inherent difficulty 85Construction management 86Construction management strategies 86Basic theorems 87Basic propositions about construction management decisions 88Construction teams efficiency conditions 89Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction teams 90Construction team relationships efficiency conditions 90Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction team relationships 91Construction companies& rsquo efficiency conditions 91Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction companies 92Common organizational characteristics efficiency conditions 92Propositions about construction management decisions relating to common characteristics of construction organizations 93Double-loop learning condition 94Propositions about construction management decisions relating to double-loop learning 94Construction efficiency 95Inherent difficulty indicators 95IDIs in Practice 102Size of construction projects 106Using the theory of const customers 138Design build companies 140Design build process 143Design build performance 145Design build efficiency 148Construction management propositions 149The theory of construction management 1507 Management Approaches 157Introduction 157Customers 159Designers 159Construction managers 161Works contractors 162Construction management process 162Construction management propositions 165Construction management performance 166Other management approaches 169The theory of construction management 1708 Partnering 177Introduction 177Project partnering 178Strategic partnering 182Strategic collaborative working 189Partnering efficiency 191Construction management propositions 193Partnering performance 194The theory of construction management 1959 Total Construction Service 201Introduction 201Total construction service providers 201Industrialised housing 203General construction 206Other total construction service companies 212Total construction service efficiency 215Construction management propositions 220Total construction service performance 221The theory of construction management 22210 Implications for Industry 229Introduction 229Implications for customers 229Implications for construction companies 239Construction company strategies 241Implications for construction companies providing a total construction service 241Implications for project management companies 248Implications for construction management companies 248Implications for design companies 252Implications for specialist contractors 253Implications for other construction companies 25511 The Future for Construction Management 257Introduction 257The theory of construction management and practice 259The theory of construction management and research 262Testing the theory of construction management 267Research data 267Research proposals 268A basis for future practice and research 275Appendix: Theory of Construction Management PropositionsGlossaryIndex Construction Management Strategies: InhaltsangabeThe AuthorsAcknowledgementsPreface1 Introduction and Background 1Construction viewed from space 2What is construction 9Why a theory of construction management is needed 11Who can manage construction 12Construction managed by designers 13Construction managed by customers 15Construction managed by contractors 16Construction managed by facilities managers 17Construction managed by independent project managers 18Construction managed by independent construction managers 20How the construction industry works 21Designer-led practice 22Manager-led practice 23Contractor-led practice 25Conclusions 282 The Built Environment 31Introduction 31Forces which shape the built environment 34Climate and geology 35Economy 35Government 36Culture and fashion 37Technology 39Customers 40Buildings and infrastructure 48Architecture 49Civil engineering 49Thinking about the forces which shape the built environment 503 Construction Concepts 53Introduction 53Construction products 53Customers 53Construction actions 54Construction 59Construction organizations 60Common characteristics of construction organizations 62Interactions and relationships 64Double-loop learning in construction networks 66Categories of relationship 67Factors influencing construction performance 69Construction management 71Construction efficiency 714 Theory of Construction Management 75Introduction 75A worst case construction project 77A straightforward and certain construction project 80Barriers to effective relationships 82Inherent difficulty caused by design 83Inherent difficulty caused by construction teams 84Inherent difficulty caused by construction environments 85Inherent difficulty 85Construction management 86Construction management strategies 86Basic theorems 87Basic propositions about construction management decisions 88Construction teams efficiency conditions 89Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction teams 90Construction team relationships efficiency conditions 90Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction team relationships 91Construction companies& rsquo efficiency conditions 91Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction companies 92Common organizational characteristics efficiency conditions 92Propositions about construction management decisions relating to common characteristics of construction organizations 93Double-loop learning condition 94Propositions about construction management decisions relating to double-loop learning 94Construction efficiency 95Inherent difficulty indicators 95IDIs in Practice 102Size of construction projects 106Using the theory of const customers 138Design build companies 140Design build process 143Design build performance 145Design build efficiency 148Construction management propositions 149The theory of construction management 1507 Management Approaches 157Introduction 157Customers 159Designers 159Construction managers 161Works contractors 162Construction management process 162Construction management propositions 165Construction management performance 166Other management approaches 169The theory of construction management 1708 Partnering 177Introduction 177Project partnering 178Strategic partnering 182Strategic collaborative working 189Partnering efficiency 191Construction management propositions 193Partnering performance 194The theory of construction management 1959 Total Construction Service 201Introduction 201Total construction service providers 201Industrialised housing 203General construction 206Other total construction service companies 212Total construction service efficiency 215Construction management propositions 220Total construction service performance 221The theory of construction management 22210 Implications for Industry 229Introduction 229Implications for customers 229Implications for construction companies 239Construction company strategies 241Implications for construction companies providing a total construction service 241Implications for project management companies 248Implications for construction management companies 248Implications for design companies 252Implications for specialist contractors 253Implications for other construction companies 25511 The Future for Construction Management 257Introduction 257The theory of construction management and practice 259The theory of construction management and research 262Testing the theory of construction management 267Research data 267Research proposals 268A basis for future practice and research 275Appendix: Theory of Construction Management PropositionsGlossaryIndex Massenermittlung u. Bauökonomie Baubetrieb Civil Engineering & Construction Bauingenieur- u. Bauwesen Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics Construction Management, John Wiley & Sons

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ISBN: 9781119968474

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A Theory of Construction Management InhaltsangabeThe AuthorsAcknowledgementsPreface1 Introduction and Background 1Construction viewed from space 2What is construction 9Why a theory of construction management is needed 11Who can manage construction 12Construction managed by designers 13Construction managed by customers 15Construction managed by contractors 16Construction managed by facilities managers 17Construction managed by independent project managers 18Construction managed by independent construction managers 20How the construction industry works 21Designer-led practice 22Manager-led practice 23Contractor-led practice 25Conclusions 282 The Built Environment 31Introduction 31Forces which shape the built environment 34Climate and geology 35Economy 35Government 36Culture and fashion 37Technology 39Customers 40Buildings and infrastructure 48Architecture 49Civil engineering 49Thinking about the forces which shape the built environment 503 Construction Concepts 53Introduction 53Construction products 53Customers 53Construction actions 54Construction 59Construction organizations 60Common characteristics of construction organizations 62Interactions and relationships 64Double-loop learning in construction networks 66Categories of relationship 67Factors influencing construction performance 69Construction management 71Construction efficiency 714 Theory of Construction Management 75Introduction 75A worst case construction project 77A straightforward and certain construction project 80Barriers to effective relationships 82Inherent difficulty caused by design 83Inherent difficulty caused by construction teams 84Inherent difficulty caused by construction environments 85Inherent difficulty 85Construction management 86Construction management strategies 86Basic theorems 87Basic propositions about construction management decisions 88Construction teams efficiency conditions 89Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction teams 90Construction team relationships efficiency conditions 90Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction team relationships 91Construction companies& rsquo efficiency conditions 91Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction companies 92Common organizational characteristics efficiency conditions 92Propositions about construction management decisions relating to common characteristics of construction organizations 93Double-loop learning condition 94Propositions about construction management decisions relating to double-loop learning 94Construction efficiency 95Inherent difficulty indicators 95IDIs in Practice 102Size of construction projects 106Using the theory of const customers 138Design build companies 140Design build process 143Design build performance 145Design build efficiency 148Construction management propositions 149The theory of construction management 1507 Management Approaches 157Introduction 157Customers 159Designers 159Construction managers 161Works contractors 162Construction management process 162Construction management propositions 165Construction management performance 166Other management approaches 169The theory of construction management 1708 Partnering 177Introduction 177Project partnering 178Strategic partnering 182Strategic collaborative working 189Partnering efficiency 191Construction management propositions 193Partnering performance 194The theory of construction management 1959 Total Construction Service 201Introduction 201Total construction service providers 201Industrialised housing 203General construction 206Other total construction service companies 212Total construction service efficiency 215Construction management propositions 220Total construction service performance 221The theory of construction management 22210 Implications for Industry 229Introduction 229Implications for customers 229Implications for construction companies 239Construction company strategies 241Implications for construction companies providing a total construction service 241Implications for project management companies 248Implications for construction management companies 248Implications for design companies 252Implications for specialist contractors 253Implications for other construction companies 25511 The Future for Construction Management 257Introduction 257The theory of construction management and practice 259The theory of construction management and research 262Testing the theory of construction management 267Research data 267Research proposals 268A basis for future practice and research 275Appendix: Theory of Construction Management PropositionsGlossaryIndex Construction Management Strategies: InhaltsangabeThe AuthorsAcknowledgementsPreface1 Introduction and Background 1Construction viewed from space 2What is construction 9Why a theory of construction management is needed 11Who can manage construction 12Construction managed by designers 13Construction managed by customers 15Construction managed by contractors 16Construction managed by facilities managers 17Construction managed by independent project managers 18Construction managed by independent construction managers 20How the construction industry works 21Designer-led practice 22Manager-led practice 23Contractor-led practice 25Conclusions 282 The Built Environment 31Introduction 31Forces which shape the built environment 34Climate and geology 35Economy 35Government 36Culture and fashion 37Technology 39Customers 40Buildings and infrastructure 48Architecture 49Civil engineering 49Thinking about the forces which shape the built environment 503 Construction Concepts 53Introduction 53Construction products 53Customers 53Construction actions 54Construction 59Construction organizations 60Common characteristics of construction organizations 62Interactions and relationships 64Double-loop learning in construction networks 66Categories of relationship 67Factors influencing construction performance 69Construction management 71Construction efficiency 714 Theory of Construction Management 75Introduction 75A worst case construction project 77A straightforward and certain construction project 80Barriers to effective relationships 82Inherent difficulty caused by design 83Inherent difficulty caused by construction teams 84Inherent difficulty caused by construction environments 85Inherent difficulty 85Construction management 86Construction management strategies 86Basic theorems 87Basic propositions about construction management decisions 88Construction teams efficiency conditions 89Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction teams 90Construction team relationships efficiency conditions 90Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction team relationships 91Construction companies& rsquo efficiency conditions 91Propositions about construction management decisions relating to construction companies 92Common organizational characteristics efficiency conditions 92Propositions about construction management decisions relating to common characteristics of construction organizations 93Double-loop learning condition 94Propositions about construction management decisions relating to double-loop learning 94Construction efficiency 95Inherent difficulty indicators 95IDIs in Practice 102Size of construction projects 106Using the theory of const customers 138Design build companies 140Design build process 143Design build performance 145Design build efficiency 148Construction management propositions 149The theory of construction management 1507 Management Approaches 157Introduction 157Customers 159Designers 159Construction managers 161Works contractors 162Construction management process 162Construction management propositions 165Construction management performance 166Other management approaches 169The theory of construction management 1708 Partnering 177Introduction 177Project partnering 178Strategic partnering 182Strategic collaborative working 189Partnering efficiency 191Construction management propositions 193Partnering performance 194The theory of construction management 1959 Total Construction Service 201Introduction 201Total construction service providers 201Industrialised housing 203General construction 206Other total construction service companies 212Total construction service efficiency 215Construction management propositions 220Total construction service performance 221The theory of construction management 22210 Implications for Industry 229Introduction 229Implications for customers 229Implications for construction companies 239Construction company strategies 241Implications for construction companies providing a total construction service 241Implications for project management companies 248Implications for construction management companies 248Implications for design companies 252Implications for specialist contractors 253Implications for other construction companies 25511 The Future for Construction Management 257Introduction 257The theory of construction management and practice 259The theory of construction management and research 262Testing the theory of construction management 267Research data 267Research proposals 268A basis for future practice and research 275Appendix: Theory of Construction Management PropositionsGlossaryIndex Baubetrieb, John Wiley & Sons

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In englischer Sprache. Verlag: John Wiley & Sons, Preface The Authors Acknowledgements Chapter 1: Introduction and Background Chapter 2: The Built Environment Chapter 3: Construction Concepts Chapter 4: Theory of Construction Management Chapter 5: Traditional Construction Chapter 6: Design Build Chapter 7: Management Approaches Chapter 8: Partnering Chapter 9; Total Construction Service Chapter 10: Implications for Industry Chapter 11: The Future for Construction Management Appendix: Theory of Construction Management Propositions Glossary Index, PC-PDF, 336 Seiten, 336 Seiten, 1., Auflage, [GR: 9685 - Nonbooks, PBS / Technik/Bautechnik, Umwelttechnik], [SW: - Technologie, Ingenieurswissenschaft, Landwirtschaft ], [Ausgabe: 1][PU:John Wiley & Sons]

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