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Project Management Institute (PMI)

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International Cost Engineering Council (ICEC)

AACE International (Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering)

Construction Industry Institute (CII)              

Association Francophone de Management de Projet (AFITEP)

Ouvrages en Management de Projet

Project Management for Construction

Fundamental Concepts for Owners, Engineers, Architects and Builders

by Chris Hendrickson, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA l52l3 Copyright C. Hendrickson 1998. First Edition originally printed by Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-731266-0, 1989 with co-author Tung Au. Second Edition prepared for world wide web publication in 2000.Version 2.2 prepared Summer, 2008.

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Total Construction Project Management

“Suffering from chronic project headaches? Relief is on the way! PM pro George Ritz has written the prescription for the efficient, profitable, and headache-free management of any capital project. Total Construction Project Management combines the latest management innovations with tried-and-proven construction techniques to produce a cutting-edge “total system” guaranteed to give you complete control over every phase of field operations. You’ll see how to: prepare winning bids and proposals; obtain and negotiate favorable contracts; estimate accurate project costs; determine realistic project budgets; set attainable project schedules; organize human, physical, and financial resources; design, build, and motivate a field organization; implement effective project controls; ensure job-site safety; improve project communications; use PCs in the field and office; and much more.”

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Total Construction Project Management By George J. Ritz, Edition: illustrated Published by McGraw-Hill Professional, 1994 ISBN 0070529868, 9780070529861, 448 pages.

Project Management in Construction

“A revised and updated practical guide for contractors, covering all aspects of managing a construction project. Tackling actual on-the-job situations, it goes through: estimating, including conceptual and order-of-magnitude estimates, and electronic data processing techniques; arbitration and mediation roles for claims and contract dispute resolution; safety on the jobsite, including setting up an effective safety program and the latest OSHA safety and health standards; and new trends such as partnering, design-build, and e-construction.”

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Project management in construction, By Sidney M. Levy, Edition: 4, illustrated, Published by McGraw-Hill Professional, 2002, ISBN 0071395873, 9780071395878, 427 pages

The Management of Construction

“Management of Construction introduces all aspects of management practice to students and professionals based in the construction industry. It is also important for those involved in allied fields such as design, project development, and site monitoring and inspection.

The book addresses each stage of the construction project from conception to completion, giving a perspective on the whole life cycle often missing from textbooks. The author also balances engineering concerns with the human resource and personal aspects of construction management that are so important to the successful outcome of a project.

*Structured on the project life cycle
*Covers design-build, build-own-operate-transfer, and construction management
*Discusses environmental issues important in today’s construction practice”

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The management of construction: a project life cycle approach, By F. Lawrence Bennett, Edition: illustrated, Published by Butterworth-Heinemann, 2003, ISBN 0750652543, 9780750652544, 316 pages.

Project Management, Planning and Control

“Fully aligned with the latest 2006 Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) for both the Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Association of Project Management (APM), this book is a vital study aid for any Project Management Professional (PMP) qualification and reference that practising project managers will want to keep to hand. Each of the core project management topics and principles is explained and applied through a careful balance of theory and practical examples. With its real-life case studies of engineering, manufacturing and construction projects, clear summaries and self-test resources, the book is a complete guide for any project manager. The author: Albert Lester was a project manager with Tarmac Construction and Foster Wheeler Power Products, managing large multi-discipline projects. He has been a compiler and examiner for the APMP certificate, lectures on project management and has assessed many project management courses for APM. Covers the complete body of knowledge for project management professionals in the engineering, manufacturing & construction sectors Covers all theory & practice for the newly revised PMI and APM qualification exams and the latest version of BS 6079-1:2002 Online Q&A resources for self-testing written by a qualified PMP exam accreditor.”

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Project Management, Planning and Control: Managing Engineering, Construction and Manufacturing Projects to PMI, APM and BSI Standards, By Albert Lester, Edition: 5, illustrated, Published by Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007, ISBN 075066956X, 9780750669566, 435 pages.

Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development

“This book describes a code of building standards covering eight stages associated with projects, and includes a project handbook with guidance documentation and checklists. This third edition is revised to embody the results of consultation between the Chartered Institute of Building and representatives of professional bodies concerned with construction and development. The book will be useful for clients, contractors, and professionals in construction and development. Annotation ©2003 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR”.

Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated , Pub. Date: November 2002 , ISBN-13: 9781405103091 , Sales Rank: 592,275 , 214pp, Edition Description: 3RD , Edition Number: 3.

Construction Project Management

: A Practical Guide to Field Construction Management 5th Edition

“For more than thirty years, Construction Project Management by Clough and Sears has been considered the preeminent guide to the Critical Path Method (CPM) of project scheduling. It combines a solid foundation in the principles and fundamentals of CPM with particular emphasis on project planning, demonstrated through an example project.
This Fifth Edition features a range of improvements. New pedagogical devices improve absorption of the material. Updated labor, material, and equipment pricing is incorporated into the text. Coverage is enhanced by discussions of contemporary planning and management methods such as Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) and the Earned Value Management System (EVMS).
A highway bridge with a complete cost estimate, including SI units, illustrates each of the principles of project management. Using this basic information and the case studies in the appendix, readers are given project management problems and hands-on project management experience.
The Fifth Edition features include:

* Complete coverage of planning and scheduling principles that apply to every type of construction project

* Expanded coverage of production planning

* Large foldout illustrations conveniently integrated throughout the book.

Thorough and up to date, Construction Project Management, Fifth Edition is a superb text for students and an indispensable on-the-job reference for builders, architects, civil engineers, and other construction professionals.”

Author :                   Sears, S. Keoki/ Sears, Glenn A./ Clough, Richard H.
Title :                       Construction Project Management
Subtitle :             
   A Practical Guide to Field Construction Management
Format :                   HARDCOVER; Binding : Hardcover
Edition :                   5; Publisher :  John Wiley , Sons Inc
Publication Date :               May 2008; Pages :    408
Story Type :            Management.; Weight :   2.05 lbs
Dimensions :           7.75 x 9.5 x 1.0 (W x H x D); ISBN : 047174588X

Project Management for Engineering and Construction

“The purpose of this book is to present the principles and techniques of project management, beginning with the conceptual phase by the owner, through coordination of design and construction, to project completion. Throughout this book the importance of management skills is emphasized to enable the user to develop his or her own style of project management. The focus is to apply project management at the beginning of a project, when it is first approved. Too often the formal organization to manage a project is not developed until the beginning of the construction phase. This book presents the information that must be assembled and managed during the development and engineering design phase to bring a project to successful completion by the owner.”

By Garold D. Oberlender

McGraw-Hill (2000) – Hardback , 368 pages , ISBN 0070393605.

Construction Project Management: An Integrated Approach

“As increasing demands and higher expectations are placed on project managers, a need has arisen for an innovativebook to enable managers to take on the ever-changing challenges involved in overseeing whole works and dealing with the conflicting needs of the many people involved in a construction project. Based on the authors’ practical experiences, this book offers the reader a new approach to project management in construction and engineering, increasing efficiency and communication at all stages while reducing costs, time and risk. It considers all aspects of project management, emphasising the importance of effectively handling external factors in order to best achieve an on-schedule on-budget result, and focusing on good negotiation with clients and skilled workforce leadership.”

By Peter Fewings, Taylor & Francis (2005), Paperback,  ISBN 0415359066,403 pages.

Project Management: Principles and Practices

“This book is intended to train the readers in basic project management principles for directing the course of a project. The hands-on approach presented in this book takes them through the necessary details for a good understanding of what to expect to complete a successful project. Users of this book will have an understanding, after following through the step-by-step stages, of how to plan and schedule projects. This systematic approach includes the application of project management software. ”

Author:      Manuel P. Spinner; Format:     Hardcover: 350 pages.
Publisher:  Prentice Hall (09/01/1996); ISBN:         0134364376
ISBN13:     9780134364377