Site Management for Engineers

Site Management for Engineers

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Trevor Holroyd maintains that a substantial part of an engineer's training relates solely to the academic and the result is that engineers may be greatly disadvantaged in the commercial world. In his book, Site management for engineers, he presents, in concise and clear terms, the practices which an engineer must understand to become competitive commercially. The book covers good site practice and management techniques, programmes, tenders, construction methods, all types of resource procurement, health and safety, planing systems and people skills. It draws on examples from the author's extensive experience of site supervision and provides engineers with a practical working guide.Oil or battery operated traffic lamps placed at suitable intervals are usually sufficient. ... barricades and warning notices erected to comply with The Traffic Signs Regulations and General Direction 1981 and the Traffic Signs Manual, Chapter 8.

Title:Site Management for Engineers
Author: Trevor M. Holroyd
Publisher:Thomas Telford - 1999-01-01

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