Best Value in Construction

  • ID: 2181684
  • Book
  • 324 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Achieving value in construction is emerging as the main challenge facing the construction team. This multi–contributor book, which draws on expertise from both research and practice, focuses on value in project planning, project management in design and on site, and facilities management. In the process, it highlights key new areas of practice for surveyors and other construction practitioners.
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Best value in construction; Building the business value case; Construction project briefing/Architectural programming; Benchmarking; Value management; Risk management; Building project price forecasting; Life cycle/whole–life costing; Environmental management; Procurement strategies; Supply chain management; The management of a project; Facilities management; Post–occupancy evaluation(POE); Sustainable building maintenance
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"So, this book from the RICS Foundation seeks to look at the entire life–cycle of buildings, from initial inception, right through to their use and development, and analyses how we can provide best value to the client through the effective application of leading–edge techniques and processes"

Stephen Brown, Director or Research, RICS Foundation

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