Executing construction projects successfully requires a high degree of organizational skills as well as the ability to formulate clearly defined strategies and objectives. Unfortunately these are not usually implemented in reality. The desired added value does not come about, costs rise, and projects are not completed on time. Financial disadvantages and a loss of image of the construction client are the results. In order to be certain to avoid such difficulties from the very beginning of the project, Friedrich Prem analyzes the problems stated above and at the same time introduces his new, successfully tried-and-tested management system. This system supports construction clients in achieving the maximal effect with the minimum of effort.
This book shows how complex construction projects can be efficiently implemented by setting clearly structured objectives and assuring high organizational quality