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Productivity Improvement in Building Life Cycle

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Productivity Improvement in Building Life Cycle
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740306019
Number of pages: 140

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The book provides rich insights into building procurement process, new house building process, productivity measurement in construction, building life cycle phases, and the key role players in the building development process and their influences on productivity at their respective phases of operation in the residential building life cycle.

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