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Lost Labour Claims in Construction Projects: Principles and Estimation

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    Samuel Egwunatum(Author)

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This book is recommended for the academia and industry use. It will be of value to professional project managers, Engineers, Quantity Surveyors, allied professionals in construction and arbitration practice. The range of issues covered in this rare subject area of construction cost management will prove beneficial to researchers and industry practitioners. Valued materials from AACE were extensively relied on in line with its current recommended framework and methodology. Therefore, great credit is due for their pioneering efforts in this subject area. The principles of lost labour claims highlighted in the book will serve as necessary cost control metrics for the construction industry.

Samuel Egwunatum had his degrees in Quantity Surveying from Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria specializing in cost control. He is a regular member of Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, American Association of Cost Engineers and American Society of Professional Estimators. He has published papers in many international journals.

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  • PDF | 512 pages
  • Samuel Egwunatum(Author)
  • LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (31 Oct. 2016)
  • English
  • 9
  • Science & Nature

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