since a significant portion of the supervisor’s day is taken up with recognizing and dealing with problems as they crop up.
Section III: Technical Skills addresses the more technical areas of supervision.
It begins by establishing the importance of a safe work environment and then provides guidance in how to secure that safe work environment. Next, the contract is introduced as a very powerful tool to help manage field operations. The next chapter addresses managing the physical resources on the job, including the materials and installed equipment that go into the project, as well as the tools and construction equipment required for that installation. The next two chapters focus on developing an accurate projection of job costs and then managing the actual costs to maintain them within the projection. The last two chapters in this section address control of time and the management of the production processes.
Section IV: Project Supervision considers the overall project, first presenting project organization and then moving successively through mobilization supervising throughout the project, and closeout of field operations. The intent of the last chapter is to provide guidance to the supervisor in how to develop professional skills necessary to successfully supervise projects well into the future.
Because construction is a dynamic industry that is rapidly evolving, the book closes with suggestions for how supervisors can prepare themselves to maintain relevancy in an industry that is continually changing and prepare to move up the supervisory ladder.
Content of this book:
Section I: Setting the Stage
Chapter 1: Overview of the Construction Industry
Chapter 2: Supervision and the Supervisor
Section Ii: Soft Skills
Chapter 3: Oral Communication
Chapter 4: Written Communication and, Documentation
Chapter 5: Team Building and Maintenance
Chapter 6: Maintaining the Relationship between the Employee and the Employer
Chapter 7: Managing the Human Resource
Chapter 8: Risk Management And Problem Solving Section Iii: Technical Skills
Chapter 9: Safety
Chapter 10: The Contract as a Management Tool
Chapter 11: Managing Physical Resources
Chapter 12: Managing Costs: Understanding
Chapter 13: Managing Costs Elements of Cost
Chapter 14: Managing Time on A Construction Project
Chapter 15: Managing Production
Section Iv: Project Supervision
Chapter 16: Project Organization
Chapter 17: Mobilization
Chapter 18: Ongoing Operations
Chapter 19: Closeout of Field Operations
Chapter 20: The Supervisor’s continuing
Appendix 1: Consensus docs 750: Standard Form
Of Agreement between Contractor
Appendix 2: Simple Filing System
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