Introduction to Construction Project Engineering [Mīkstie vāki]

(University of Washington, USA), (University of Washington, USA)
  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 298 pages, height x width: 248x191 mm, weight: 567 g, 42 Line drawings, black and white; 8 Halftones, black and white; 33 Tables, black and white
  • Izdošanas datums: 27-Mar-2018
  • Izdevniecība: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1138736589
  • ISBN-13: 9781138736580
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  • Formāts: Paperback / softback, 298 pages, height x width: 248x191 mm, weight: 567 g, 42 Line drawings, black and white; 8 Halftones, black and white; 33 Tables, black and white
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  • Izdevniecība: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 1138736589
  • ISBN-13: 9781138736580
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This new textbook fills an important gap in the existing literature, in that it prepares construction engineering and built environment students for their first experience of the job site. This innovative book integrates conceptual and hands-on knowledge of project engineering to introduce students to the construction process and familiarize them with the procedures and activities they need to operate as project engineers during their summer internships and immediately after graduation.

The textbook is structured into four sections:

  1. Section A: Introductory Concepts
  2. Section B: Field Engineering
  3. Section C: Office Engineering
  4. Section D: Advanced Project Engineering

The emphasis on field tasks and case studies, questions, and exercises taken from across civil works and commercial building sectors makes this the ideal textbook for introductory to intermediate courses in Construction Engineering, Construction Engineering Technology, Civil and Architectural Engineering, and Construction Management degree programs.

Preface xv
SECTION A Introductory concepts
1(76)
1 Introduction
3(12)
The built environment
3(1)
Built environment industries
3(1)
The built environment by functional role and occupation
4(3)
The built environment by project type
7(3)
Book overview
10(3)
Summary
13(1)
Review questions
13(2)
2 Built environment projects
15(12)
Introduction
15(2)
Evaluating project success
17(1)
Project phases
18(5)
Impact of early decisions on later expenditures
23(1)
Project engineering applications
24(1)
Summary
25(1)
Review questions
25(1)
Exercises
25(2)
3 Participants in built environment projects
27(13)
Introduction
27(1)
Organizations
27(5)
Business legal status
32(2)
Individuals
34(4)
Summary
38(1)
Review questions
38(1)
Exercises
39(1)
4 Project delivery
40(13)
Introduction
40(1)
Project delivery methods
41(5)
Project delivery dilemmas
46(2)
Project delivery features
48(1)
Project finance features
49(1)
Project engineering applications
50(1)
Summary
51(1)
Review questions
51(1)
Exercises
51(2)
5 Procurement and contracting
53(13)
Introduction
53(1)
Procurement overview
53(1)
Procurement selection methods
54(4)
Contracting overview
58(1)
Construction contract documents
59(1)
Prime contracts
60(1)
Subcontracts
61(1)
Standard forms of agreement
61(1)
Types of construction contracts
62(2)
Project engineering applications
64(1)
Summary
64(1)
Review questions
65(1)
Exercises
65(1)
6 Introduction to estimating, scheduling, and project controls
66(11)
Introduction
66(1)
Estimating
66(3)
Scheduling
69(2)
Project controls
71(4)
Project engineering applications
75(1)
Summary
75(1)
Review questions
76(1)
Exercises
76(1)
SECTION B Field engineering
77(40)
7 Safety control and reporting
79(14)
Introduction
79(2)
Project-specific safety planning
81(3)
Safety control
84(4)
Safety reporting
88(1)
Use of technology
89(2)
Project engineering applications
91(1)
Summary
91(1)
Review questions
92(1)
Exercises
92(1)
8 Production control and reporting
93(13)
Introduction
93(1)
Cost control
93(6)
Schedule control
99(1)
Use of technology
100(3)
Project engineering applications
103(1)
Summary
104(1)
Review questions
104(1)
Exercises
104(2)
9 Quality control and reporting
106(11)
Introduction
106(1)
Project-specific quality control planning
106(2)
Implementation of the quality control plan
108(5)
Quality control reporting
113(1)
Use of technology
114(1)
Project engineering applications
115(1)
Summary
115(1)
Review questions
115(1)
Exercises
116(1)
SECTION C Office engineering
117(82)
10 Design review
119(13)
Introduction
119(1)
Design review during pre-construction
119(3)
Design review throughout construction
122(6)
Incorporation of design changes
128(1)
Use of technology
128(1)
Project engineering applications
129(1)
Summary
129(1)
Review questions
130(1)
Exercises
130(2)
11 Project documentation
132(14)
Introduction
132(1)
Submittals
132(6)
Superintendent's daily job diary
138(1)
Meeting notes
139(2)
Record documents
141(1)
Use of technology
141(2)
Project engineering applications
143(1)
Summary
144(1)
Review questions
144(1)
Exercises
145(1)
12 Cost engineering
146(12)
Introduction
146(1)
Integration of cost, time, quality, and safety goals into construction work
146(1)
Earned value management
147(5)
Home-office reporting
152(2)
Use of technology
154(1)
Project engineering applications
155(1)
Summary
156(1)
Review questions
156(1)
Exercises
157(1)
13 Sustainable built environment
158(13)
Introduction
158(2)
Defining sustainability
160(1)
Sustainable built environment
161(1)
Roles and responsibilities of project parties
162(1)
Sustainability rating and certification systems
163(4)
Green material and product certifications
167(1)
Environmental project permitting
168(1)
Project engineering applications
169(1)
Summary
169(1)
Review questions
170(1)
14 Close-out
171(12)
Introduction
171(1)
Close-out planning
172(1)
Close-out implementation
172(8)
Project engineering applications
180(1)
Summary
181(1)
Review questions
181(1)
Exercises
182(1)
15 Modeling project documents
183(10)
Introduction
183(1)
From computer-aided design to full digital modeling of project documents
183(2)
Building information modeling
185(5)
Civil information modeling
190(1)
Markup and collaboration software
191(1)
Project engineering applications
191(1)
Summary
192(1)
Review questions
192(1)
16 Cost and schedule updates
193(6)
Introduction
193(1)
Cost updating
193(2)
Schedule updating
195(1)
Home-office reporting
196(1)
Project engineering applications
197(1)
Summary
197(1)
Review questions
198(1)
Exercises
198(1)
SECTION D Advanced project engineering
199(75)
17 Cost estimating
201(19)
Introduction
201(1)
Estimating risk and strategy
202(1)
Types of cost estimates
202(4)
Process
206(8)
Estimate summary
214(2)
Use of technology
216(1)
Project engineering applications
216(2)
Summary
218(1)
Review questions
218(1)
Exercises
219(1)
18 Planning and scheduling
220(10)
Introduction
220(1)
Planning
220(2)
Schedule types
222(1)
Traditional top-down scheduling
223(3)
Collaborative approach
226(2)
Use of technology
228(1)
Project engineering applications
228(1)
Summary
228(1)
Review questions
228(1)
Exercises
229(1)
19 Procurement management
230(14)
Introduction
230(1)
Risk management
230(1)
Types of subcontracting
231(2)
Subcontractor selection
233(1)
Subcontract management
234(4)
Supplier management
238(3)
Project engineering applications
241(1)
Summary
242(1)
Review questions
242(1)
Exercises
242(2)
20 Managing changes
244(13)
Introduction
244(1)
Types of changes
244(3)
Change order sources
247(1)
Change order process
248(4)
Pricing change orders
252(1)
Contract issues
253(1)
Claims
254(1)
Project engineering applications
255(1)
Summary
255(1)
Review questions
255(1)
Exercises
256(1)
21 Managing project risks
257(9)
Introduction
257(1)
Risk management process
257(3)
Transferring or sharing risks
260(4)
Project engineering applications
264(1)
Summary
264(1)
Review questions
264(1)
Exercises
265(1)
22 Introduction to construction project management
266(8)
Introduction
266(1)
Procurement and construction contracts
266(1)
Estimating and scheduling
267(1)
Subcontractor and supplier management
268(1)
Progress payments
268(1)
Project controls
269(1)
Change orders and claims
270(1)
Close-out
270(1)
Introduction to construction project leadership
271(1)
Summary
272(1)
Review questions
272(1)
Exercises
273(1)
Appendices
A Case studies
274(3)
B Abbreviations
277(4)
C Glossary
281(14)
Index 295
Giovanni C. Migliaccio is an Associate Professor in Construction Management at the University of Washington (UW), USA. He is also the Associate Director for the UW Center for Education and Research in Construction, holds a P.D. Koon Endowed Professorship and an affiliate fellowship with the UW Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies. Len Holm is a Senior Lecturer in Construction Management at the University of Washington, USA, and a Construction Management Professional.