An Environmental Restoration Management Process
Environmental restoration has entered an era of faster, better, cheaper. Uniquely suited to meet all of those requirements, macroengineering has become one of the hottest concepts in the field. Macroengineering: An Environmental Restoration Management Process provides a comprehensive understanding of all the technical, cost, and regulatory issues that an environmental project manager would potentially face on a large scale environmental restoration project. The author makes the case for integrated planning and management of environmental restoration projects and provides money-saving solutions.
The text delineates the many issues a project or program manager will typically face on a complex, large-scale environmental restoration project. The author addresses unique technical issues encountered during DOD and DOE environmental cleanup efforts, such as radionuclide contamination, unexploded ordinance, heavy metals, and other common contaminants. Referencing the most recent regulations and practices in environmental cleanup projects, the book also includes useful charts and tables and serves both as a classroom text and a professional reference.
Describing how to get the job done efficiently and cost-effectively, the text combines practical technological information with project management information to form one comprehensive volume. The author distills knowledge from many disciplines into a concise and cohesive text, providing a starting point and stressing the interconnection between key elements. Emphasizing the integrative nature of macroengineering projects, the book gives you the tools to ensure that organizational resources you have committed to environmental restoration are used to their best advantage.
Table of Contents
Macroengineering as an Integral Environmental Restoration Management Process: Introduction. Preparation of Preconceptual Engineering Baseline Study. Macroengineering Technical Approaches. Assessing Innovative Techniques and Innovative Technologies. Site Characterization. Discussion on Mobile Laboratory Requirements. Regulatory Strategy. Establishing Cleanup Objectives and Natural Resource Damages. Risk Assessment and Emergency Response Analysis. Establishing Project Hazards and Safety Control Measures. Cost, Productivity and Scheduling Issues. Summary.