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Code of Practice for Project Management for the Built Environment

CIOB (The Chartered Instituteof Building)

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6. Auflage Juni 2022
288 Seiten, Softcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-71513-9
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The latest edition of the gold standard in construction project management references

In the newly revised sixth edition of Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development, the Chartered Institute of Building delivers an up-to-date and comprehensive reference to the principles and practice of project management in construction and development. This latest edition covers the new technologies, internationalisation, changing legislation, and productivity and profitability challenges faced by contractors that are driving significant change in the industry.

The book demonstrates the application of systematic documentation and quality control to complex construction projects and offers specimen forms, checklists, and documentation that link key principles to practical project management. It is worldwide in scope and widely recognised as the industry standard on the subject.

With fresh discussions of quality assurance, global codes and standards, time management, joint ventures, contract compliance, supply chain integration, design digitisation, and much more, the Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development also includes:
* A thorough introduction to project inception, feasibility analysis, strategy, and the pre-construction process
* Comprehensive explorations of the construction stage of projects, as well as testing and commissioning, and project completion, handover, and operation
* Practical discussions of post-completion review
* A complete glossary and index of essential terms in construction project management

Perfect for project management professionals in construction contracting and client organisations, Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development will also earn a place in the libraries of undergraduate and postgraduate students of project management and construction-related subjects.

Foreword

Acknowledgements

Working group for the revision of the Code of Practice

List of Figures and Tables

Chapter 0 Introduction

Purpose

Core concepts

Environmental mandates (including social value and carbon net zero aspirations)

Strategic drivers

Guiding principles

Themes

Structure of the Code of Practice

Application to practice

GUIDANCE NOTES in the Appendix to the Code of Practice

In summary

Chapter 1 Identify: needs and benefits

Purpose

Activities

Decisions

Chapter 2 Assess: options and feasibility

Purpose

Activities

Decisions

Chapter 3 Define: delivery approach and procurement strategy

Purpose

Activities

Decisions

Chapter 4 Design: specifications and functionality

Purpose

Activities

Decisions

Chapter 5 Implement: manufacture and construction

Purpose

Activities

Decisions

Validate: integrate and handover

Purpose

Activities

Decisions

Chapter 7 Operate: use and maintain

Purpose

Activities

Decisions

Chapter 8 Retire: repurpose or demolish

Purpose

Activities

Decisions

Guidance note 1

Funding mechanisms

Guidance note 2

Risk appetite and delegated limits of authority

Guidance note 3

Assurance and the three lines model

Guidance note 4

Design of the project organisation

Guidance note 5

Consenting considerations

Guidance note 6

Stakeholder analysis and mapping

Guidance note 7

Benefit mapping

Guidance note 8

Benefit measurement and realisation

Guidance note 9

Soft landings framework

Guidance Note 10

Information Management using BS EN ISO 19650 series of standards

Guidance note 11

Project Mandate indicative contents

Guidance note 12

Investment appraisal

Guidance note 13

Business case

Guidance note 14

Estimating

Guidance note 15

Materials selection

Guidance note 16

Options analysis and decision-making process

Guidance note 17

Design in early lifecycle

Guidance note 18

Site Selection and Acquisition

Guidance note 19

Site investigations

Guidance note 20

Project Brief indicative contents

Guidance note 21

Delivery Model Assessments

Guidance note 22

Choice of project management approach/method

Guidance note 23

Impact of Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DfMA) on delivery approach

Guidance note 24

Forms of contract

Guidance note 25

Behavioural procurement

Guidance note 26

Tender procedures

Guidance note 27

Dispute Resolution

Guidance note 28

Project Execution Plan indicative content

Guidance note 29

Scope and quality planning and management

Guidance note 30

Time planning and management

Guidance note 31

Resource planning and management

Guidance note 32

Cost and budget planning and management

Guidance note 33

Risk identification

Guidance note 34

Risk analysis and evaluation

Guidance note 35

Quantitative risk analysis and evaluation

Guidance note 36

Contingency planning and management

Guidance note 37

Progress monitoring, measuring and reporting

Guidance note 38

Risk treatment

Guidance Note 39

Issue resolution and problem solving

Guidance note 40

Health and Safety Plan

Guidance note 41

Preparation for stage gate reviews

Guidance note 42

Change control

Guidance note 43

Stakeholder engagement and communication

Guidance note 44

Overview of the UK Health and Safety at Work etc Act, 1974 (HSWA 1974)

Guidance note 45

Overview of the UK Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015)

Guidance note 46

Overview of the UK Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations, 2002 (DSEAR, 2002)

Guidance note 47

Overview of the UK Housing Acts

Guidance note 48

Overview of the UK Town and Country Planning Act 1990

Guidance note 49

Implications of the Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996, Amended 2011.

Guidance note 50

Overview of the Building Safety Bill (2021) and the UK Fire Safety Act (2021)

Guidance note 51

Design management fundamentals

Guidance note 52

Detailed design

Guidance note 53

Off-site/on-site considerations

Guidance note 54

Operations and maintenance (O&M) manual indicative content

Guidance note 55

Client handover checklist: indicative content

Guidance note 56

Client commissioning checklist - building services example

Guidance Note 57

Post occupancy evaluation of buildings

Guidance Note 58

Monitoring obsolescence

Glossary

Past working groups of Code of Practice for Project Management

Index
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