Planning for Higher Education Journal

A New Approach to Campus Construction

From Volume 25 Number 4 | Summer 1997
By James T. Biehle
Planning Types: Campus Planning

Extols the growing use of construction managers in college and university building projects. Explains the roles and responsibilities of such managers, and how hiring such professionals can reduce the costs and time to completion for a project. Contends construction managers are most beneficial for renovations, complex additions, phased, multi-location projects, and projects with tight budgets and/or schedules. Finally, the author offers some suggestions for facilitating the planning and hiring process.

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