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Managing Performance in Construction
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Managing Performance in Construction
Managing Performance in Construction By Leonhard E. Bernold, Simaan M. AbouRizk(auth.)
2010 | 509 Pages | ISBN: 0470171642 | PDF | 35 MB




Construction is the country's single largest manufacturing industry. However, it is a sector that lacks benchmarks against which to gauge performance. This modern thinking intends to provide insight to construction productivity improvement. Taking cues from manufacturing sectors such as computer, automobile and chemical companies, this book will apply the lessons learned to building construction. Supported with a range of pedagogical devices, the book will be of equal value to construction managers and civil engineers, and students with different learning methods.Content: Chapter 1 Indicators of an Industry in Transition (pages 1-12): Chapter 2 Productivity in the Spotlight (pages 13-73): Chapter 3 Cornerstones of Efficient Site Operation (pages 75-120): Chapter 4 Introduction to Simulation and Its Use in Modeling Production Systems (pages 121-142): Chapter 5 A Case Study: Applying Simulation to Tunnel Construction (pages 143-171): Chapter 6 Competencies That Drive the Company (pages 173-222): Chapter 7 Productivity in a Healthy and Safe Work Environment (pages 223-262): Chapter 8 The Complexity of Human Motivation (pages 263-283): Chapter 9 Performance Factors of Leaders and Teams (pages 285-337): Chapter 10 Communication: The Nerve System of Construction (pages 339-393): Chapter 11 Performance Management (pages 395-426):


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