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Author: Tony Baxendale 

 

Print (paperback)        ISBN: 978-1-902375-21-2        Recommended price: £47.00/$95.00/€69.00

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ISBN (digital PDF):       978-1-909287-34-1

ISBN (epub):                  978-1-909287-35-5

ISBN (mobi):                  978-1-909287-35-8

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Description

Summary

‘Construction Operations Management’, written by Tony Baxendale, helps the reader develop a deeper understanding of the role of the producer of building and civil engineering work in the development of the built environment. Importantly, each chapter includes a relevant case study.

Readership

It is aimed at all construction professionals, including architects, surveyors, civil engineers and builders who want to broaden their knowledge on the production of construction work. It will also be of interest to clients and their project managers who are engaged, or about to be engaged, in building work.

 

ISBN (print):                  978-1-902375-21-2

ISBN (digital PDF):      978-1-909287-34-1

ISBN (epub):                 978-1-909287-36-5

ISBN (mobi):                 978-1-909287-35-8

Publication date:          1998 

Territorial rights:           worldwide

Number of pages:       140    

Size (print):                  280mm x 210mm

Readership:                university and professional

BIC2 code:                 KNJC

BISAC code:              TEC005000


Contents

Management of information systems

Decision making methodology for methods of production

Construction planning

Operational productivity

Operational monitoring and control

Resource supply and control

Coordinated project information

Modelling operations

Simulation and simulation application: two case studies

 

About the author

Tony Baxendale, the author, is a senior academic working in the field.

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