ICE Manual of Project Management.pdf
ICE Manual of Project Management makes a major contribution towards the improvement of knowledge and skills in civil engineering project management through providing a central reference source for project managers working on civil engineering construction projects. Offering clear and accessible guidance on how practitioners can apply the key principles and standards in practice, the ICE Manual of Project Management provides a thorough introduction to the key processes involved in civil projects. It also discusses the range of skills and techniques that project managers working in a construction context will need to employ competently in order to plan and deliver projects successfully in accordance with prevailing international standards. The manual will also be available as an online repository of concise briefing papers and case studies.
About the contributors: - Graham Peterson: G. Peterson Associates, UK - Ken Sheard: Capital Consulting International - Fatima Khan: Scott Wilson, UK - David Loosemore: Independent consultant, UK - Albert Lester: Tarmac Construction, UK - Adrian Howell: Turner & Townsend, UK - Simon Fryer: Turner & Townsend, UK - Charles Egbu: University of Salford, UK
Introduction 1. Fundamentals and Process 2. Project Start Up 3. Planning and Estimating 4. Contract Management 5. Control, Monitoring and Reporting 6. Change Control 7. Quality 8. Stakeholder Management and Approvals 9. Information and Knowledge Management 10 Close Out