Construction supervision reference book sets new baseline

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Authors’ new book, third book in series, focuses on construction, post-design, and procurement

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How should construction works of a new building or even a new city be overseen? Are there specific focus areas? What data is required to gauge compliance and performance? How can construction issues and problems quickly be identified, rectified and not repeated? These are only some of the questions that authors Mark Urizar and El-Sayed Abdel Halim answer in the newest installment of the series of books they are writing covering the construction industry.

In answering these questions, “Construction Supervision QC + HSE Management in Practice: Quality Control, OHS, and Environmental Performance Reference Guide” (published by Xlibris AU), establishes the role of the construction supervisor, applicable to both the consultant and contractor, as it details how construction should be monitored and verified, and how quality, scope, time and cost aspects can be effectively managed. The authors have drawn much on their extensive and worldwide in-practice experience to articulate how construction supervision should be conducted, outlining what site information should be captured and how it can be used to assess and influence overall work performance. This book, written for use by building owners and practitioners, establishes a new baseline for undertaking and conducting construction supervision works.

The third book of the series, “Construction Supervision QC + HSE Management in Practice: Construction Supervision QC + HSE Management in Practice: Quality Control, OHS and Environmental Performance Reference Guide” focuses on construction, post-design, and procurement. The ‘in practice’ knowledge contained in this book will enable practitioners to focus on ensuring things are done right so construction liabilities and risks are minimized or mitigated and substantial value is added to what is done, hopefully, benefiting both the project and society at large.

“Construction Supervision QC + HSE Management in Practice: Quality Control, OHS, and Environmental Performance Reference Guide”
By Mark Urizar; El-Sayed Abdel Halim
Softcover | 6x9 in | 194 pages | ISBN 9781503502376
E-Book | 194 pages | ISBN 9781503502383
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Authors
This in‐practice book on Construction Supervision was collaboratively written by the following two construction professionals:
Mark Urizar, FAIA, B.Arch, PMP, MBA, MAppSc, Leed‐AP who is an architect, project and design manager from Australia and El‐Sayed Abdel Monem Sayed Abdel Halim, BSc Civil, PMP, MAPM, PE who is an engineer and project manager from Egypt.

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