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This book is a practical guide to more effective delivery of capital infrastructure projects. Current manuals tend to be impractical and heavy on terminology with an unnatural focus on the project management requirements over the actual deliverable, the infrastructure. This book addresses how to effectively deliver infrastructure projects and provides practical tools, methods, and procedures to enable a diligent project manager to increase their productivity and delivery of infrastructure (from typical 35% to as high as 95%). To enable effective implementation, strategies are laid out for a…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book is a practical guide to more effective delivery of capital infrastructure projects. Current manuals tend to be impractical and heavy on terminology with an unnatural focus on the project management requirements over the actual deliverable, the infrastructure. This book addresses how to effectively deliver infrastructure projects and provides practical tools, methods, and procedures to enable a diligent project manager to increase their productivity and delivery of infrastructure (from typical 35% to as high as 95%). To enable effective implementation, strategies are laid out for a conscientious Project Manager to better communicate clearly, completely, and effectively with all project stakeholders.
Autorenporträt
Mr. Boychuk is a professional mechanical engineer registered in the Province of Ontario, Canada and has 34 years experience delivering capital projects. This experience has covered the full breadth of capital infrastructure delivery from conceptual design studies, detailed design, specifications, tenders and awards, contract management, testing and commissioning, contract claims, disputes and litigation. Mr. Boychuk is currently responsible for a staff of 35 delivering $200 million in capital projects annually. Mr. Boychuk has worked for five consulting engineering firms, and three municipalities including the City of Hamilton, Region of Halton, and most recently the City of Toronto.