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Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development, 5th Edition

Book Description

The first edition of the Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development, published in 1992, was groundbreaking in many ways. Now in its fifth edition, prepared by a multi-institute task force coordinated by the CIOB and including representatives from RICS, RIBA, ICE, APM and CIC, it continues to be the authoritative guide and reference to the principles and practice of project management in construction and development.

Good project management in construction relies on balancing the key constraints of time, quality and cost in the context of building functionality and the requirements for sustainability within the built environment. Thoroughly updated and restructured to reflect the challenges that the industry faces today, this edition continues to drive forward the practice of construction project management. The principles of strategic planning, detailed programming and monitoring, resource allocation and effective risk management, widely used on projects of all sizes and complexity, are all fully covered. The integration of Building Information Modelling at each stage of the project life is a feature of this edition. In addition, the impact of trends and developments such as the internationalisation of construction projects and the drive for sustainability are discussed in context.

The Code of Practice will be of particular value to clients, project management professionals and students of construction, as well as to the wider construction and development industries. Much of the information will also be relevant to project management professionals operating in other commercial spheres.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title page
  3. Copyright page
  4. Foreword
  5. Acknowledgements
  6. Working group for the revision of the <i xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:epub="http://www.idpf.org/2007/ops" xmlns:m="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:svg="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:ibooks="http://vocabulary.itunes.apple.com/rdf/ibooks/vocabulary-extensions-1.0">Code of Practice for Project Management</i> &#8211; Fifth Edition – Fifth Edition
  7. List of tables
  8. List of figures
  9. List of diagrams – Briefing Notes
  10. 0 Introduction
    1. Project management
    2. Definitions
    3. Characteristics of construction projects
    4. Characteristics of construction project management
    5. Adding value
    6. Scope of project management
    7. Project lifecycle
  11. 1 Inception
    1. Stage checklist
    2. Stage process and outcomes
    3. The client
    4. Project manager
    5. Project mandate
    6. Environmental mandate
    7. BIM mandate
  12. 2 Feasibility
    1. Stage checklist
    2. Stage process and outcomes
    3. Client’s objectives
    4. Outline project brief
    5. Feasibility studies
    6. Energy in a building environment
    7. Lifecycle costing and sustainability
    8. Sustainability in the built environment
    9. Towards sustainable development
    10. Site selection and acquisition
    11. Project brief
    12. Design brief
    13. Funding and investment appraisal
    14. Development planning and control
    15. Stakeholder identification
    16. Business case
    17. Approval to proceed
    18. BIM brief
  13. 3 Strategy
    1. Stage process and outcomes
    2. Client’s objectives
    3. Project governance
    4. Strategy outline and development
    5. Project organisation and control
    6. Project team structure
    7. Selecting the project team
    8. Project management procedures and systems
    9. Information and communication technology
    10. Project planning
    11. Cost planning and controls
    12. Cost control
    13. Design management process (managing the design delivery)
    14. Risk identification and management
    15. Environmental management and controls
    16. Stakeholder management
    17. Quality management
    18. Commissioning strategy
    19. Selection and appointment of project team consultants
    20. Collaborative arrangements
    21. Framework arrangements
    22. Private public partnership/private finance initiative (PPP/PFI)
    23. Procurement strategy
    24. Innovative form of procurement
    25. Characteristics of procurement options
    26. Procuring the supply chain
    27. Responsible sourcing
    28. Tender procedure
    29. Procurement under EU directives
    30. e-Procurement
    31. Employer’s requirement document
    32. Facility management strategy/considerations
    33. Project execution plan
    34. BIM strategy
  14. 4 Pre-construction
    1. Stage checklist
    2. Stage process and outcomes
    3. Design process
    4. Managing the design delivery
    5. Project coordination and progress meetings
    6. Design team meetings
    7. Managing design team activities
    8. Statutory consents
    9. Planning approval
    10. Building Regulations
    11. Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)
    12. Impact of utilities on project planning/scheduling
    13. Technical design and production information
    14. Value management
    15. Contract award
    16. Pre-start meeting
    17. Dispute resolution
    18. BIM strategy
  15. 5 Construction
    1. Stage checklist
    2. Stage process and outcomes
    3. Project team duties and responsibilities
    4. Performance monitoring
    5. Health, safety and welfare systems
    6. Environmental statements
    7. Contractor’s environmental management systems
    8. Compliance with site waste management plan regulations 2008
    9. Monitoring of the works
    10. Reporting
    11. Public liaison and profile
    12. Quality management systems
    13. Commissioning and production of operation and maintenance manuals
  16. 6 Testing and commissioning
    1. Stage checklist
    2. Stage processes and outcomes
    3. Project manager’s duties and responsibilities
    4. Commissioning generally
    5. Procurement of commissioning services
    6. Role of the commissioning contractor
    7. The testing and commissioning process and its programming
    8. Differences between testing and commissioning
    9. Main tasks to be undertaken
    10. Seasonal commissioning
    11. Commissioning documentation
    12. BIM strategy
  17. 7 Completion, handover and operation
    1. Stage checklist
    2. Stage process and outcomes
    3. Planning and scheduling handover
    4. Procedures
    5. Client commissioning and occupation
    6. Operational commissioning
    7. Client occupation
    8. Structure for implementation
    9. Scope and objectives
    10. Methodology
    11. Organisation and control
    12. Soft landings
    13. BIM strategy
  18. 8 Post-completion review and in use
    1. Stage checklist
    2. Stage process and outcomes
    3. Post-occupancy evaluation
    4. Project audit
    5. Cost and time study
    6. Human resources aspects
    7. Performance study
    8. Project feedback
    9. Close-out report
    10. Benefits realisation
    11. Occupation/in-use strategy
    12. Client’s BIM strategy
  19. Bibliography
    1. 5th Edition Publications
    2. 4th Edition Publications
  20. Glossary
  21. Past working groups of <i xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:epub="http://www.idpf.org/2007/ops" xmlns:m="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:svg="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg" xmlns:ibooks="http://vocabulary.itunes.apple.com/rdf/ibooks/vocabulary-extensions-1.0">Code of Practice for Project Management</i>
  22. Index
  23. End User License Agreement