Value Management of Construction Projects / Edition 1

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This book presents an integrated value philosophy, methodology and tool kit for improving project delivery for construction clients. The book draws together insights from over 200 value studies conducted by the authors, across a range of projects varying in size from [pound]1m to over [pound]1bn, and procurement routes including partnering, PFI, prime contracting and Pocure 21. This practical experience is integrated with extensive research and analysis of standards and best practice worldwide. The standards include, specifically, the British Standard on value management, BS EN 12973:2000, and SAVE International's Standard for the Value Methodology.
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'An excellent reference book ... the practical experience of the authors is apparent as are their academic credentials'

Building Engineer September 2004.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780632051434
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 3/8/2004
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 6.69 (w) x 9.61 (h) x 0.78 (d)

Meet the Author

John Kelly was until his recent retirement the principal of Axoss Ltd, a company promoting and undertaking consultancy, training and research in value management, value engineering, whole life costing and whole life value. Prior to forming Axoss he was Professor of Construction Innovation in the School of the Built and Natural Environment, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Steven Male is Director of Steven Male Associates Limited, a specialist company  dealing with consultancy assigments, research, and training in value-for-money in property and physical infrastruture asset management.   He is currently working on a series of transport-related assignments for the World Bank. Prior to this Steven was Professor in Property & Infrastructure Asset Management at the University of Leeds.

Drummond Graham is a Director at Thomson Bethune Property and Construction Consultants, Edinburgh. He has gained over forty years' experience in the construction industry with government and private sector clients, covering a broad spectrum of projects and procurement routes, including PPP/PFI. His experience includes over 200 Value and Risk Management studies mostly at the early stages of projects across the building and transportation sectors.

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction 1
Pt. 1 Method and Practice 9
2 Developments in Value Thinking 11
3 Function Analysis 51
4 Teams, Team Dynamics and Facilitation 81
5 Current Study Styles and the Value Process 102
Pt. 2 Frameworks of Value 145
6 Value Context 147
7 The Project Value Chain 169
8 Client Value Systems 195
Pt. 3 The Future of Value Management 219
9 Professionalism and Ethics within Value Management 221
10 The Future of Value Management 257
App. 1 Toolbox 274
App. 2 Case Study 315
Bibliography 363
Index 367
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