The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 57 (1979) > Issues > Issue 12 > Project Management of Construction with Respect to Process Industries - at Home and Abroad
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Project Management of Construction with Respect to Process Industries - at Home and Abroad

On the basis of their recent experience, particularly with a very large contract for a chemical complex situated on the North African coast and currently nearing completion, the authors compare and contrast project management activity abroad with that at home. In so doing, the term 'construction' is taken in its widest context. C.J. Liddle and A.J. Wallace