Project management in highway construction

Kumar, A and Walker, D 2006, 'Project management in highway construction' in T. Fwa (ed.) The Handbook of Highway Management, Taylor and Francis, London, UK, pp. 15-1-15-35.


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Title Project management in highway construction
Author(s) Kumar, A
Walker, D
Year 2006
Title of book The Handbook of Highway Management
Publisher Taylor and Francis
Place of publication London, UK
Editor(s) T. Fwa
Start page 15-1
End page 15-35
Subjects Building Construction Management and Project Planning
Summary Any activity undertaken involves time and resources, and has an intended outcome. An activity could be construction of a physical infrastructure such as, a highway, a bridge, a building, other forms of infrastructure; and major and minor maintenance works related to such physical infrastructure. In order to achieve the desired outcome it is essential that the entire activity is undertaken in a professional manner and that it is completed within the allocated time and budget. It is also essential that the entire process and the outcome have minimal social and environmental impact, and the stakeholders impacted by it are consulted.
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