Project and Cost Engineers' Handbook
Hazardous Waste Cost Control
Computerized Project Control
By Kenneth K. Humphreys
November 30, 2004
Making the specifics of a complex concern accessible and its handling quite manageable, this fourth edition of the Project and Cost Engineers' Handbook examines the variables associated with international projects and project risk analysis. It provides instruction on contingency planning, delves ...
By Pablo F. Navarrete, William C. Cole
January 23, 2001
Contains added chapters emphasizing the importance of choosing the correct project and defining project goals. Stresses the need for adequate front end loading (FEL) and outlines the responsibility of the venture manager in project selection. Provides updated case studies and examples on technical ...
By Richard Selg
June 29, 1993
A text for a graduate or upper-level undergraduate course, and a reference for practicing cost, pollution, and environmental engineers. Explains methods for dealing with issues of hazardous waste such as cost growth, static and dynamic baseline development, contingency estimating, risk and uncertain...
By F. Drigani
October 21, 1988
Highlights advantages, disadvantages, and future trends of computerization to project control activity. Stresses identification of when computerization is needed and explores how to convert. Covers fundamentals of project control theory, software technology, and labor and cost analysis. Includes glo...
By R. P. Hedden
January 27, 1987
This book is intended as an introduction to printed circuit board manufacturing processes and terminology for readers who have no exposure to them. It provides techniques and approaches to estimating that should prove useful to all who participate in the estimating process....