Project Management for Building Designers and Owners presents the concepts, tools, and ideas to help design firms and owner/client project managers to better communicate and perform their jobs. Topics include: Streamlining the complexity and costs of current building design and construction Integrating the often-fragmented nature of the team in designing and constructing buildings Assessing the reengineering trend of reducing in-house facilities and staff in planning, coordinating, and managing a project Outsourcing responsibilities to traditional engineering, architectural, and facilities firms as well as program and project management firms Comparing traditional design firms and specialty firms - in terms of finding and keeping capable staffs, project scope management, fee and time pressures, and a myriad of other issues Communicating effectively within this highly fragmented, specialized, and complex arena This edition comprehensively outlines the fundamental means to effectively manage and control a project's scope, schedule, and budget.manuals. 1 . Birnberg, Howard, Financial Performance Survey for Design Firms, Birnberg aamp; Associates, Chicago, ... Clough, Richard H. and Glenn A. Sears, Construction Project Management, 3rd ed., John Wiley aamp; Sons, New York, 1991. 4.
|Title||:||Project Management for Building Designers and Owners, Second Edition|
|Author||:||Howard G. Birnberg|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1998-07-29|