The second edition of the Construction Project Manager’s Pocket Book maintains its coverage of a broad range of project management skills, from technical expertise to leadership, negotiation, team building and communication. However, this new edition has been updated to include:
- revisions to the CDM regulations,
- changes to the standard forms of contract and other documentation used by the project manager,
- the impact of BIM and emerging technologies,
- implications of Brexit on EU public procurement,
- other new procurement trends, and
- ethics and the project manager.
Construction project management activities are tackled in the order they occur on real projects, with reference made to the RIBA Plan of Work throughout. This is the ideal concise reference which no project manager, construction manager, architect or quantity surveyor should be without.
Table of Contents
1 Project Management – an overview
2 Pre-construction / RIBA Plan of Work Stages 0 – 4 / OGC Gateway Stages 1 – 3C
3 Construction: RIBA Plan of Work Stage 5
4 Post-construction / OGC Gateway 4 -5 / RIBA Plan of Work Stage 6
5 Occupancy - RIBA Plan of Work Stage 7
Duncan Cartlidge, FRICS, is a chartered surveyor with extensive experience in the delivery and management of built assets, as well as providing education and training to a wide range of built environment professionals and contractors. He is the author of several best-selling books, including the Quantity Surveyor’s Pocket Book, 3rd edition and Estimator’s Pocket Book, 2nd edition, published by Routledge.