Civil Engineering Project Management Book (PDF) by Alan C. Twort and J. Gordon Rees – Free Download


                  Civil Engineering Project
Management written by Alan C. Twort and J. Gordon Rees is published by Elsevier
                  Most civil engineering
construction projects are completed to time and budget but few get publicity
for it. More often building projects are reported as exceeding time or budget
because a building has to cater for the diverse needs of the many users of the
building which can be difficult to forecast or may change as construction
proceeds. In civil engineering the principal hazards come from the need to deal
with below ground conditions, make structures out of re-assembled soils or
rocks, and to cater for the forces of impounded or flowing water. The
construction of roads, railways, tunnels, bridges, pipelines, dams, harbours,
canals and river training measures, flood and sea defences, must all be
tailored to the conditions found on site as construction proceeds because it is
not possible to foresee such conditions in every detail beforehand.
                 As a result the successful
management of a civil engineering project depends upon use of an appropriate
contract for construction; the judgements of the civil engineer in charge and
his team of engineering advisers; the need to arrange for supervision of the
work of construction as it proceeds, and on the competence of the contractor
engaged to build the works and his engineers and tradesmen.
                The book is intended to be a
practical guide for project engineers, and a source of information for student
civil engineers joining the profession. The author Alan Twort is a former
consultant to Binnie & Partners responsible for many projects including the
repair or reconstruction of several dams. Gordon Rees is a former Contracts Department
Manager for Binnie & Partners and later Black & Veatch. He is now an
independent consultant and an accredited adjudicator for ICE and FIDIC civil
engineering contracts.
1.         The
development of construction procedures
2.         Procedures
for design and construction
3.         Payment
arrangements, risks and project cost estimating
4.         Contract
conditions used for civil engineering work
5.         Preparing
contract documents
6.         Tendering
7.         The
contractor’s site organization
8.         The
employer and his engineer
9.         The
resident engineer’s duties
10.       Health
and safety regulations
11.       Starting
the construction work
12.       Site
surveys, investigations and layout
13.       The
resident engineer’s office records
14.       Programme
and progress charts
15.       Measurement
and bills of quantities
16.       Interim
monthly payments
17.       Variations
and claims
18.       Earthworks
and pipelines
19.       Site
concreting and reinforcement
* Above mentioned topics are main topics of this book and there are many
sub-topics under those. Please refer the Preview below for detailed contents *
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