Construction Project Administration in Practice provides a practical guide to the administration of construction projects, from inception to completion. It is intended to give an overall view of the construction process, its problems, risk and uncertainties in one volume. Drawing on his experience both as a lecturer and a quantity surveyor the author takes the reader stage by stage through the entire construction process to show how the project should progress to a successful conclusion.
Table of Contents
1. General Nature Of Construction 2. The Role Of Project Participants 3. Project Risks And Information Management 4. Initiation Of Construction Process 5. The Design And Its Evaluation 6. Formation Of A Valid Contract 7. Contract Documentation 8. Establishment Of Production Price 9. Production Administration 10. Cost Control And Payment 11. Preparation Of Final Account 12. Problems In Construction 13. Resolution Of Construction 14. The Changing Construction Procurement Scene 15. Growing Non-Traditional Systems 16. European Construction Procurement
A A Kwakye is a practising Quantity Surveyor and has written many articles and papers for The Chartered Institute of Building.