A no-nonsense guide to supervising and completing construction jobs, written by two men who have 75 years of construction experience between them. This Second Edition addresses the changes in the construction superintendent's responsibilities since the first edition came out in 1979 (most notably the increased reliance on the general contractor's superintendent to maintain schedule requirements and oversee subcontractors' performance). Topics covered run the gamut, from the initial excavation, through all the trades involved in a construction project, to installing the utilities and final furnishings. Contractors (and students) will find this manual indispensable in scheduling and managing the various aspects of construction projects.
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