Contractual procedures in the construction industry

Author: Ashworth, Allan

Date published

5 January 2012

Price
Free to members
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Contractual procedures in the construction industry

Contractual procedures in the construction industry
Library
Author

Ashworth, Allan

Date published

5 January 2012

Author

Ashworth, Allan

Price

Free to members

Providing students with a comprehensive understanding of the subject and reinforcing the changes taking place in the construction industry.

An indispensible companion for students taking undergraduate courses in building and surveying, quantity surveying, construction management, and project management.

It is also suitable for students on HND/C courses in building and construction management as well as foundation degree courses in building and construction Management.

New content includes:

  • A new chapter on Public Private Partnerships (PPP) and the Private Finance Initiative.
  • A revised section dealing with generic principles about the conditions of contracts, which can be applied to all forms of contract.

Additional information

Format:
eBook
ISBN:
9781317902751
Pages:
483
Publisher:
CRC Press

Tags

Suitable for students Legal & Contracts E-book Library

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