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Construction Project Management: Tips and Insights

ISBN: 9781542490641
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2017-02-15
Number of pages: 220
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What are 12 steps to a successful construction project, what are habits that make a good project manager, can technology help your project, are you making errors pricing projects, can you avoid construction disputes, what are phrases we should use more often in construction, why are good client relations vital, how do you manage construction risks, how do you retain skilled employees, and who is responsible for winning new projects? These and many other questions are answered in Paul Netscher’s latest book, which includes information from more than fifty articles he published on various websites. These articles have been read by thousands from around the world, many of whom added comments, several of which have been included in this book, together with additional information. This book is filled with practical ideas, tips and insights gained from Paul’s 30 years of construction experience. They could provide the key to completing your project safely, profitably, on time, with the required quality, and, with a happy client. Paul’s laid-back writing style makes the book easy to read. Comments on Paul's articles include; "thank you Paul Netscher for sharing this", and, "great article Paul! You did an excellent job of expanding the perspective by asking the right questions”. Paul Netscher’s other books include: ‘Successful Construction Project Management: The Practical Guide’, which is a prescribed text at some universities, ‘Building a Successful Construction Guide: The Practical Guide’ and ‘Construction Claims: A Short Guide for Contractors’.

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