"Getting Time on Your "
Author: Guckert, Donald
Published In: Facilities Manager
Date: Summer 1995
The time required to design and construct a campus project is perhaps the most underestimated aspect of facilities work. Describes how understanding the dynamics involved with project schedules and taking advantage of time management techniques can help design and construction professionals successfully meet tough schedules. Covers prioritizing project goals, decisions and design, keeping construction on track, time management strategies, and restrictive construction windows and schedule incentive clauses. A figure presents the four basic phases of project design: programming, schematic design, design development, and construction documents.
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