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With the development of civilisation, the constructions were required not only to provide shelter for existence but for various activities associated with such development such as industries, installations, organisations etc. These developements called for specialised agencies for economical and organised management. Fro major construction activites proper management consists of the most economical construction using as far as possible local resources(labour, material and equipment) and consistent with the safety of the construction.
Table of Contents
Part-I: Construction management
*Construction management *Construction planning *Organisation *Site organisation *Construction Labour *Control of progress *Cost control *Inspection and quality control *Miscellaneous topics *Project management with C.P.M. and PERT
*Accounts *Organisation of public work department *P.W.D. system of accounts *Cash *Stores *Stock *Works *Payment for works *Travelling allowance *Service rules *Administrative orders issued by the Govt. of Inida and State Governments *Workmen compensation act, 1923, *Detailed T.A. rules and pension rules
Part-III: Construction equipment
*Construction equipment *Planning and works management *Constructional practices *Appendices