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An exhaustive, business-boosting reference, Construction Operations Manual of Policies and Procedures, Fourth Edition, by Andrew Civitello, Jr., is loaded with procedures and step-by-step details for successfully managing construction operations. You get nearly 500 pages of methods, strategies and tactics, forms and ready-to-copy letters all laid out for you in a concise, easy-to-grasp style. This new edition, now the most timely, complete, and useful guide available for managing construction, packs over 20% more forms, and checklists. It also covers new developments in construction management software, as well as new material devoted to the Design-Build process. Included CD-ROM packs project delivery forms, word-for-word letters, sample letters, and checklists to make the overall construction project management process easier and more efficient.

Word-for-word procedure for total control over all operations in the office and out in the field--so that your construction business virtually runs itself. Table of Contents: Company Organization and Quality Assurance Program; Administration; Contracts--Interpretation and Performance; Site Superintendence; Subcontract Management and Administration; Progress Schedules and Funds Analysis; Accounting and Cost Control; Changes and Claims; Estimating and Bidding; Purchasing; Project Safety and Loss Control; Bonding and Insurance; Human Resources. Illustrations. Index.

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An updated and expanded manual (1st ed., 1983) covering all phases of construction and operations management, including company organization and quality assurance, company and project administration, contracts and construction contracts, project engineering, site superintendence, safety and loss control, and planning, scheduling, and funds analysis. The manual also features policies, procedures, and forms for all administrative clerical functions organized operationally for easy reference. All of the word-for-word letters and form letters are included on the accompanying disk. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Andrew Civitello, Jr. (Hamden, CT) owns his own company near Tampa Florida (Valrico, FL) and a newly established branch in Connecticut specializing in project management and scheduling. Previously he was President of Civitello Construction Company in Connecticut, a family owned construction company. Andy is the author of Construction Manager and Complete Contracting (McGraw-Hill) and Contractor’s Guide to Change Orders, (Prentice Hall).

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Company Organization and Quality Assurance Program
Chapter 2: Company and Project Administration
Chapter 3: General Contracts
Chapter 4: Project Engineering
Chapter 5: Site Superintendence
Chapter 6: Safety and Loss Control
Chapter 7: Design-Build Project Administration
Chapter 8: The Preparation and Processing of Change Orders
Chapter 9: Progress Schedules and Funds Analysis
Chapter 10: Green Buildings and Sustainability
Index

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