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  1. Procurement of Built Assets

    By Duncan Cartlidge

    The ability to successfully procure built assets is at the heart of the construction process and in turn at the heart of the procurement process is identifying the constantly evolving needs of the construction client. Despite client criticism and a mountain of reports and statistics, spanning both...

    Published October 30th 2003 by Routledge

  2. Estimating Building Costs

    Edited by Calin M. Popescu, Kan Phaobunjong, Nuntapong Ovararin

    Series: Civil and Environmental Engineering

    Companies live or die on the basis of estimating their costs. Preparing estimates and bidding for new jobs is a complex and often costly process. There is no substitute for on the job training -- until now. Drawing on the authors' combined experience of more than 70 years, Estimating Building Costs...

    Published April 22nd 2003 by CRC Press

  3. Guide to Home Improvement Costs

    By Bryan Spain

    Extending your home? New kitchen or bathroom? Planning to decorate? If you're taking on a job like this you need to know three things - can you do it on your own; how long is going to take; and most important of all, how much is it going to cost.This book tells you the answers. With...

    Published March 26th 2003 by Routledge

  4. Estimating for Builders and Surveyors

    2nd Edition

    By Ross D Buchan, F W Eric Fleming, Fiona Grant

    Written for students taking courses in building and surveying, 'Estimating for Builders and Surveyors' describes and explains the method used by the estimator to build up prices or rates for items described in the SMM7 format. Each chapter is a self-contained unit related to a particular element in...

    Published February 24th 2003 by Routledge

  5. Financing Construction

    Cash Flows and Cash Farming

    By Russell Kenley

    Cash is king, not least in the construction industry. Recent government-commissioned reports have highlighted the importance of better financial management in the construction industry. This professional text provides a considered analysis of the tools and techniques of project financial...

    Published October 17th 2002 by Routledge

  6. Economics of Property Management: The Building as a Means of Production

    By Herman Tempelmans Plat, Frank Heynick

    The economic analysis of a building is a complex subject and traditionally it has focused on a single aspect of the structure or a single part of the construction process. Dr Tempelmans Plat is a leading proponent of a new methodology which focuses on the building as a stock of services to be...

    Published March 20th 2001 by Routledge

  7. Economic Analysis for Property and Business

    By Marcus Warren

    Marcus Warren's book provides a broad coverage of economic theory, analysis and policy relevant to most undergraduate students studying economics as part of their degree. Specifically it is designed for students studying for property and business related courses and is a vital purchase for all...

    Published June 5th 2000 by Routledge

  8. Added Value in Design and Construction

    By Allan Ashworth, Keith Hogg

    Added Value in Design and Construction takes a holistic, student-centred approach to offering public and private sector clients the ultimate reward; doing more for less. The Latham Report was a call to action and this book provides students of construction with the theoretical and practical...

    Published May 17th 2000 by Routledge

  9. Building in Value: Pre-Design Issues

    Edited by Rick Best, Gerard de Valence

    The concept of value in projects is a key issue for everyone involved in the construction industry. Building in Value brings together many experts in the field to outline the wide range of tools, techniques and procedures that can and should be used to make the building procurement phase as...

    Published August 27th 1999 by Routledge

  10. Cost Modelling

    Edited by M. Skitmore, V. Marston

    Cost models underlie all the techniques used in construction cost and price forecasting, yet until relatively recently industry has been unfamiliar with their characteristics and properties. An understanding of the various types of cost model is vital to enable effective cost control and the...

    Published June 24th 1999 by Routledge