ICE Companion to Engineering Management is a concise reference on core areas of engineering management for civil engineers working towards Professional Review and preparing for roles in engineering management. The book provides a guide to the further learning required by the ICE for the Chartered level Professional Review, and introduces the reader to the management, contractual, commercial, health and safety, sustainability as well as ethical issues relevant to the role of the chartered civil engineer.
The chapters in this book follow the syllabus for the ICE Exam which aligns with the required attributes to be a chartered engineer, and Masters-level UKSPEC learning outcome. Key features include
ICE Companion to Engineering Management is an essential handbook for professionals working towards Professional Review, civil engineers seeking to develop their career in management roles more generally, and also students embarking on graduate-level courses in engineering management.
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1. Procurement, contracts and project management, Will Hughes, Ronan Champion
2. Management and leadership, Sarah Coleman
3. Project appraisal and financial management, Yang Chu
4. Health, safety, welfare and risk assessment, Billy Hare
5. Sustainable development, Alexander H Hay