Project Management in Construction Industry

Lui,Yiu Kuen (1984) Project Management in Construction Industry The University of Queensland:

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Author Lui,Yiu Kuen
Title of report Project Management in Construction Industry
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Publication date 1984
Place of publication The University of Queensland
Total pages 104
Subjects 1503 Business and Management
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The main theme of this paper is to review and examine the project management process in the construction industry in terms of its scope, role and quantitative techniques applied in practice. Emphasis is placed on the project programme planning and project control aspects the construction management. The concept of integrated project planning and management cycle (IPPMC) is developed as a conceptual framework for observing and analyzing the construction project as a single and one-time process that spans throughout the whole project life-time. The post-project evaluation process is construed as a means for use in assisting decision makers in future project planning.

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