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Category : Construction Management

Construction management include a project manager, planning, estimation, scheduling, tendering, contracts, evaluation, time management, monitoring, costing, construction processes, construction equipments, duration. The role of the project manager is important in construction management.

Types of Construction Contracts and Their Comparison

There are different types of construction contracts and their comparison is presented in this article. A construction contract is an agreement between two or more parties to execute the construction works as per certain terms and conditions. A construction contracts contains ...

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PLANNING, SCHEDULING IN CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

Planning, scheduling is an important part of the construction management. Planning and scheduling of construction activities helps engineers to complete the project in time and within the budget. The term ‘Construction’ does not only denotes physical activities involving men, ...

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COST ESTIMATION OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Cost estimation of construction projects is a very complex process containing many variable factors. This skill is not easily acquired. Proper study, training and experience are needed to become proficient in construction project cost estimating. There are several categories that can ...

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CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS MANAGEMENT

Construction Materials management can be defined as "the function responsible for the coordination of planning, sourcing, purchasing, moving, storing and controlling materials in an optimum manner so as a pre-decided service can be provided at a minimum cost". By another ...

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ROLES OF A PROJECT MANAGER

The roles and responsibility of project manager to make sure that the customer is satisfied and the work scope is completed in a quality manner, using budget, and on time. The Project Manager has primary responsibility for providing leadership in ...

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