Does your project need a helping hand? Sometimes our projects only require a little extra expertise (‘a magic touch’) to be a success. Conversely, small omissions can spell disaster. This book is filled with ideas, tips, insights, questions and answers that could provide the key to completing your project, safely, profitably, on time, with the required quality, and, with a happy client.
Paul Netscher regularly publishes articles on LinkedIn and his website which have been read by thousands. This book is a compilation of Paul’s most popular articles with additional information (gleaned from the many readers’ comments) to make the material even more useful and relevant. With a little extra time and effort these concepts will improve your project!
Comments on Paul's articles include; "thank you Paul Netscher for sharing this", and, "great article Paul! You did an excellent job of expanding the perspective by asking the right questions” .
Some of the topics covered in this book are partly discussed in Paul's previous books, but there are also many new items to consider.
Paul Netscher packs his books with practical construction knowledge and experience gained over 28 years, on 120 projects in 6 countries. He managed his own projects and served in senior management positions. Few have been as fortunate as Paul to be involved in such a wide range of construction projects. Paul's previous books 'Successful Construction Project Management: The Practical Guide', 'Building a Successful Construction Company: The Practical Guide' and 'Construction Claims: A Short Guide for Contractors' have received excellent reviews. They've been appreciated by students, those new to the industry as well as seasoned construction professionals, and have been quoted in research papers. Paul is passionate about passing on his knowledge and experience to the next generation of construction professionals. Paul Netscher publishes regular articles which are keenly read by his many followers on LinkedIn and his website www.pn-projectmanagement.com . He also runs construction management workshops, lectures and mentors individuals and companies.