Professional consultant appointments in construction framework agreements: opportunities for concurrent engineering

Peter Walker

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    The chapter examines the potential for improvements to the efficiency of the architectural design process arising from the use of concurrent engineering management tools and sets out an analysis of how the contractual relationship of the parties may assist or militate against this in various procurement arrangements in the UK construction industry
    LanguageEnglish
    Title of host publicationConcurrent Engineering in Construction: ed Anumba, C; Cutting-Decelle, A S; and Kamara, J
    Place of PublicationLondon
    Pages87-99
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

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    Walker, P. (2006). Professional consultant appointments in construction framework agreements: opportunities for concurrent engineering. In Concurrent Engineering in Construction: ed Anumba, C; Cutting-Decelle, A S; and Kamara, J (pp. 87-99). London.
    Walker, Peter. / Professional consultant appointments in construction framework agreements: opportunities for concurrent engineering. Concurrent Engineering in Construction: ed Anumba, C; Cutting-Decelle, A S; and Kamara, J. London, 2006. pp. 87-99
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