Index

Accurate Cost and Schedule Forecasts 198

Building An Effective Team 28 Business Decisions 191

Case Studies and Examples 277 CPM Planning and Scheduling 278 Cost Estimating 278 Project Organization of Time and Budget 279 Cash Flow Evaluation/Control 208 Cogeneration Projects 103

Checklist for Major Contracts for Cogeneration and Small Power Production 113 Construction Phase 111 Engineering Phase 107

Detailed Engineering Design 110

EnvironmentalPermitting 108 Feasibility Study 107 Preliminary Engineering 107 Utility Interface 109 Start-up and Testing Phase 112 Operating and Maintenance Procedures 113 Training 112 Company Organizationsfor the 1990's 301 Core Workers 302 Downsizing302 Flexible Labor Force 303 Managing Contract Personnel 303 Managing the Flexible Labor Force 303

Computer Methods for Scheduling 73 Construction Labor Productivity 153 Area Workload/Peak Construction

Labor 155 Extended Work Week - Productivity Loss 157 Job Size 155 Construction Progress/Productivity 203

Construction Earned Budget Report 206

Construction Manhour Report 203 Contingency Control and Rundown 206

Rundown Routine 207

Contract Contract Contract 238 Conditions of 245 Forms of

Lump Sum/Fixed Price 244 Measured 243 Reimbursable Cost 241 Target 242 Typical Forms of 245 Responsibility 239 Strategy 239 Coordination Procedures 19 Correspondence Procedures 21 Design Basis 19 Distribution of Documents 21 Drawing, Specificationsand

Models 19 Manufacturers' Drawing and

Purchase Orders 20 Monitoring and Control Documents 20

Responsibility Determination 19 Scope of Work Changes 20 Security 21 Cost Capacity Curves 136

Cost Estimating 131

Quality of Estimates 133 Typical Estimating Systems 135 Cost-Time Resource (CTR) Program 233

Contracting Arrangement 235 Defining the Program 233,235 Example of CTR Program 235

Design Constraint of Estimating Quality 139 Developing or Checking An

Estimate 141 Bulk Materials 144 Construction Indirect Costs 149 Contingency 151 Direct Construction Labor 148 Escalation 153 Home Office Costs 150 Major Equipment and Materials 142

Project Conditions Review 142 Reviewing Significant Overall

Relationships 142 Scope Review 141

Economic Decision Making 247 Effective Trending System 197

Small Projects 213 Engineering Change Log 228 Engineering and Construction Trend Curves 220 Engineering Manhour Control 223 Home Office Cost Expenditure

Curve 220 Indirect Labor Manhour Curves

223,226 Purpose 220 Engineering Progress/Productivity 199 Engineering/Drawing Status Report 203

Engineering Progress and Productivity Report 199

Guide to Completion of Design and Drafting 199,201 Equipment Bid Evaluation 203 Equipment Ratio 136 Estimating Check List 157

Field Staff Control 229 Fudging and Detailed Estimate 138 Fundamentals of Scheduling 31

InterrelationshipBetween Owner,

Designer,and Constructor 30 Investment Decision-Making 250

Key Cost Items Control/Report (Small Projects) 212

Life Cycle Costing 248 Capital Recovery 265 Gradient Present Worth 266 Single Payment Compound

Amount 250 Single Payment Present Worth 251 Sinking Fund Payment 266 Uniform Series Compound Amount

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