Designed for engineering students in upper-level courses of construction management or cost control, this text provides a thorough grounding in all aspects of financial management so that the construction engineering manager can understand how to control costs and communicate with the accountant or bookkeeper. Features include explanations of financial documents and cost reports and an overview of bookkeeping fundamentals.
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Table of Contents
Company Level Financial Control.
Conventions in Accounting.
Comparison of Accounting Conventions.
Financial Statement Preparation.
Analyzing Company Financial Data.
Cost Control Concepts.
Cost Account Structures.
Bid Preparation and Cost Recovery.
The Estimating Process.
Time and Cost Intergration.
Data Collection and Reporting.
Accounting for Equipment and Reporting.
Accounting for Equipment Costs.
A Conceptual Equipment Cost-Control System.
Jon and Fixed Overhead Costs.
Concepts for Controlling Cost.