First published in 1988 by RS Means, the new edition of Project Scheduling and Management for Construction has been substantially revised for students enrolled in construction management and civil engineering programs. While retaining its emphasis on developing practical, professional-level scheduling skills, the new edition is a relatable, real-world case study that can be used over the course of a semester. The book also includes classroom elements like exercises, quizzes, skill-building exercises, as well as an instructor's manual including two additional new cases.
1 Project Management Fundamentals 32 Preplanning Investigation 233 Planning the Project 394 Scheduling the Project 675 Publishing the Schedule 936 Monitoring and Controlling the Project 1157 Resource Management 1358 Procurement Scheduling 1579 Line of Balance Scheduling 17110 Project Cost Control 195Appendix A Vehicle Maintenance Facility Drawings 217Appendix B Vehicle Maintenance Facility: Activities, Logic, Codes, and Cost Data 239Appendix C Notes on Schedule Sequencing 247Index 253
David R. Pierce, Jr. :- David R. Pierce, Jr. has been involved in construction project management for more than forty years as a Professor of Construction Management, and as a scheduler, project engineer, and consultant on commercial and industrial projects. His teaching career includes service at the University of Florida, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, and Southern Polytechnic State University, Marietta, Georgia. His field experience includes working as a consultant specializing in CPM scheduling, and in forensic consulting, specializing in cost and delay claims.