Coordination and management are essential functions in the building procedure. Recent research has demonstrated that poor or inadequate coordination is the best that is accomplished on construction sites. Nevertheless, not many writers of construction project management have examined this essential subject.
Between project goals and the reality on the ground exist a huge number of conditions that can affect the progress of a project and that is the reason a dynamic ramification amid the development time frame is significant. This book provides construction practitioners with the knowledge they need to successfully coordinate and manage construction projects. It highlights different construction processes required to enhance their practical performance in particular and further the construction industry in general.