The Engineer’s Manual of Construction Site Planning

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The Engineer’s Manual of Construction Site Planning

Contents:
  • Chapter 1: Initial data
  • Chapter 2: Outline of site management planning in the bidding stage
  • Chapter 3: Outline of site management after contract signature
  • Chapter 4: Suggestions for choosing construction cranes
  • Chapter 5: Suggestions for calculating resource requirements
  • Chapter 6: On-site safety requirements
  • Chapter 7: Requirements for work equipment
  • Chapter 8: Work healthcare

This handbook deals with the problems of engineering preparation for building in a construction company, both during the bidding phase and after a contract has been concluded. The handbook’s recommendations can also be used in the design phase, when the building contractor is not yet selected. In this case, it has the aim of assuring the constructability of the designed building and of calculating a control estimate for the owner in order that bids can be weighted and contractors’ potential duration of construction can be evaluated. In the design stage, the methods used are similar to those of the contractor in the bidding phase, when aggregated norms are used.
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