Commercial Management in Construction

  • ID: 2181701
  • Book
  • 192 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This handbook covers all the practices and procedures the quantity surveyor working in a contractor′s office needs to know – from budgets and forecasts to cost–value comparisons and partnering. By giving a thorough account of the commercial aspects of the work of the contractor′s QS, the book offers a useful insight into their day–to–day work, with plenty of sample documents, worked examples and extracts from the standard contracts.
This is a practical manual but it also helps develop an understanding of the theory underpinning current practice. As the QS role becomes more complex, commercial managers wanting to maximise profitability will find the sound advice given here invaluable as it:

demonstrates tried–and–tested best practice through practical examples

provides a good grounding in financial management and cost analysis

describes the need for benchmarking, the benefits of setting targets and the use of key performance indicators (KPI′s) as a means of increasing project and company performance

highlights the benefits of teamworking.
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Introduction.

Budgets and Forecasting.

Interim Valuations.

Subcontractors.

Cost value Comparisons.

Contracts, certificates and notices.

Teamwork and Partnering.

Appendices – A Worked Example.

Cost Value Ccomparison – an Easy Guide.

Bibliography.

Glossary of terms.

Index.

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Ian Walker
Robert Wilkie
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