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by Allan Ashworth,Roger C. Harvey

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ISBN:
075060350X
Author:
Allan Ashworth,Roger C. Harvey
Category:
Industries
Language:
English
Publisher:
Butterworth-Heinemann (September 1993)
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256 pages
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Great Britain's construction industry is unlike other industries; much of its work is on its clients' premises, it has traditionally separated design from production and it produces goods that generally increase in value over time.

Harvey, Roger C. (Roger Charles), 1939-. Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Ashworth, A. (Allan). Rubrics: Construction industry Great Britain.

The construction industry of the United Kingdom contributed gross value of £64,747 million to the UK economy in 2004. The industry employed around . million people in the fourth quarter of 2009. There were around 194,000 construction firms in Great Britain in 2009, of which around 75,400 employed just one person and 62 employed over 1,200 people.

Allan Ashworth is Visiting Professor in Quantity Surveying at the University of Malaya, Malaysia. He was recently a Visiting Professor at the University of Salford, UK, where he was involved with the work of the Centre for Education in the Built Environment. Srinath Perera is the Chair and Professor of Built Environment and Construction Management at Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia. He is also the Director of Centre for Smart Modern Construction (c4SMC)

Here, the book′s authors present a constructive and detailed discussion of Dr Withers′ article, with reference to – inter alia – the needs for correct training of quality assessors, numerical understanding (the numbers dimension ) and statistical information, and to the work of Her Majesty′s Inspectorate of Schools.

Автор: Allan Ashworth Название: Contractual Procedures in the Construction Industry .

This book is an indispensable companion for students taking undergraduate courses in Building and Surveying, Quantity Surveying, Construction Management and Project Management.

Allan Ashworth is currently a visiting professor in the School of Construction and Property Management at the University of Salford . 1 Overall estimated breakdown of industry work by types. 275. 1 The triple bottom line approach.

Allan Ashworth is currently a visiting professor in the School of Construction and Property Management at the University of Salford and the Adjunct Professor of Quantity Surveying at UNITEC in New Zealand. He is also a senior academic advisor to the Centre for Education in the Built Environment (CEBE), based at the universities of Cardiff and Salford. He is a former HMI (Her Majesty's Inspector) in the Department for Education and Employment.

The second edition of this title, which has been updated to include new topis such as the Latham Project. Ashworth provides a detailed picture of Britain's construction industry and how it operates, covering a range of technical and management topics with graphs and tables to illustrate activities and changes in industry in Great Britain.