Managing building services contractors can prove to be a minefield. The most successful jobs will always be those where building site managers have first built teams focused on tackling issues that might cause adversarial attitudes later on and jeopardize the project. The author shows how a simple common management approach can improve site managers' competency in overseeing building services contractors, sub traders and specialists, and maximize the effectiveness of time spent on building services.

chapter |2 pages


part |2 pages

Part One Building Services

part |2 pages

Part Two The Management of Building Services Contracts

chapter |14 pages

Management strategy

chapter |32 pages

Planning and programming

chapter |6 pages


chapter |20 pages

Supervision and inspection

chapter |14 pages

Final inspections

chapter |22 pages


chapter |10 pages

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