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    Field administration in a fast-track environment member content open

    By Rohan, Carter R. In attempting to administer fast-track construction projects, construction managers need to rely on good records and an effective records management program. This article discusses specific…

  • Project Management Journal

    Project-specific intranets for construction teams member content locked

    By Mead, Stephen P. The rapid development of collaborative intranets gives project teams new tools for reengineering the delivery of information on construction projects. An intranet is an Internet-based network that…

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    The Westlake story member content open

    By Mask, Karen J. | Kilgore, Judith S. The $250 million Westlake Area Project in Seatle, Washington, USA included a 23-story office-retail complex, a new park, and a major downtown street rerouting. The city's Department of Community…

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    Communication member content locked

    By Sievert, Richard W. Seldom is the term communication defined in a construction project contract. Yet most of the frictions, frustrations, and inefficiencies marring construction project relationships are related to…

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    Improving construction communications member content open

    By Borcherding, John D. Research has shown that when project teams communicate openly and often, they are more likely to achieve an outcome that meets their project's intended objectives. This article examines how…

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