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1.1 The function of project management
Project Appraisal and Risk Management
3.4 Project evaluation
3.5 Engineering risk
3.6 Risk management
3.7 Risk and uncertainty management
Project Management and Quality
4.1 Definitions
4.2 Quality systems
4.3 Implementation
4.4 Quality-related costs
4.5 Quality circles
4.6 Quality plans
4.7 Total quality management (TQM)
4.8 Business process re-engineering (BPR) and TQM
Environmental Management
5.1 Environmental impact
5.2 Environmental impact assessment (EIA)
5.3 Screening
5.4 Environmental legislation
5.5 Scoping
5.6 Base-line study
5.7 Impact prediction
5.8 Environmental impact statement
5.9 Presenting EIA information
5.10 Monitoring and auditing of environmental impacts
5.11 Environmental economics
5.12 Environmental management
Project Finance
6.1 Funding for projects
6.2 Sources of finance
6.3 Project finance
6.4 Financial instruments
6.5 Financial engineering
6.6 Debt financing contract
6.7 Types of loans
6.8 Appraisal and validity of financing projects
6.9 Risks
Cost Estimating in Contracts and Projects
7.1 Cost estimating
7.2 Cost and price
7.3 Importance of the early estimates
7.4 Estimating techniques
Estimating technique
7.5 Suitability of estimating techniques to project stages
7.6 Estimating for process plants
7.7 Information technology in estimating
7.8 Realism of estimates
Project Stakeholders
8.1 Stakeholders
8.2 Primary project stakeholders
8.3 Secondary project stakeholders
8.4 Understanding the interests and influences
9.2 Programming
9.3 Network analysis
9.4 Updating the network
9.5 Resource scheduling
9.6 Planning with uncertainty
9.7 Software and modelling
Project Control Using Earned Value Techniques
10.1 Project control
10.2 Earned value definitions
10.3 The theory and development of earned value analysis
10.4 Relationship of project functions and earned value
10.5 Value of work done control
10.6 Earned value analysis techniques
10.7 Application of EVA
10.8 Examples of EVA
10.9 Summary
Contract Strategy and the Contractor Selection Process
11.1 Context
11.2 Factors affecting strategy
11.3 Contractual considerations
11.4 Contractor choice
11.5 Project objectives
11.6 Contract selection
11.7 Project organisation
11.8 Risk allocation
11.9 Terms of payment
11.10 Model or standard conditions of contract
11.11 Sub-contracts
Contract Policy and Documents
12.1 Tendering procedures
12.2 Contracting policy
12.3 Contract planning
12.4 Contractor pre-qualification
12.5 Contract documents
12.6 Tender review
12.7 Tender evaluation
12.8 Typical promoter procedure
Project Organisation Design/ Structure
13.1 Organisations
13.2 Building blocks of organisations
13.3 Organisation types
13.4 Internal and external projects
13.5 The human side of structure
13.6 Structure in collaborative relationships
13.7 Structure in the international context
13.8 Summary
Design Management
14.1 Role of designs
14.2 Understanding design
14.3 What design has to do
14.4 The role of design management
14.5 Managing the project triple constraints
14.8 Interface control
14.9 Design for manufacturing
Supply Chain Management
15.1 Background
15.2 Perspectives on terminology
15.3 Supply chain strategy
15.4 The nature of the organisation
15.5 World-class organisation in manufacturing
15.6 The project value chain
15.7 Procurement and the project value chain
15.8 Prime contracting
15.9 The operation of future construction supply chains
15.10 Summary
Team-Based Supply Chains and Partnering
16.1 Background
16.2 Team working
16.3 Partnering
16.4 Establishing the relationship
16.5 Making the relationship work
16.6 Benefits of partnering
16.7 Constraints to partnering
16.8 Summary
Private Finance Initiative and Public±Private Partnerships
17.1 Concession contracts
17.2 Definition of concession projects
17.8 Classification of concession projects
17.9 Projects suitable for concession strategies
17.10 Risks fundamental to concession projects
17.11 Concession package structure
17.12 Advantages and disadvantages of concession projects
17.13 The origins of PFI
17.14 The arguments for privately financed public services
17.15 PFI in the UK
17.16 Bidding and competition
17.17 Output specification
17.18 Financing public±private partnerships
Aspects of Implementing Industrial Projects
18.1 Multi-disciplinary projects
18.2 Industrial projects
18.3 Large engineering projects
18.4 UK off-shore projects
18.5 Legal systems in the EU countries
19.3 Finance and funding
19.4 Appropriate technology
19.5 Labour-intensive construction
19.6 Community participation
19.7 Technology transfer
19.8 Corruption
19.9 Summary
The Future for Engineering Project Management
20.1 The role of the parties
20.2 Guidelines for project management
20.3 Project management ± the way ahead
Suggested Answers to Exercises in Chapter 9
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