Successful Project Completion Demands a Successful Start


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Successful Project Completion Demands a Successful Start
10104011031000Successful Project Completion Demands a Successful StartQuite often, a project that has had a successful run fails miserably in an owner’s eyes because of a project manager’s inability to bring it to a swift and final conclusion. Punch lists that remain incomplete for weeks, failures to correct rejected work, and an inability to assemble all warranties, guarantees, and Operating and Maintenance manuals (O&Ms) promptly are just some of the reasons owners may become disappointed with their general contractors.
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Sidney Levy: Project Management in Construction, Fifth Edition. Successful Project Completion Demands a Successful Start, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2007 2002 2000 1994 1987), AccessEngineering Export