Code of Practice for Project Management for Construction and Development


Project Management for Construction and Development

Project management is the professional discipline which separates the management
function of a project from the design and execution functions. Management
and design may still be combined on smaller projects and be performed by the
leader of the design team. For larger or more complex projects the need for separate
management has resulted in the evolution of project management.
Project management has a long history, but in its modern form its use for construction
only extends back for as little as 30–40 years. Much of the earlier codification
of the principles and practices of project management was developed in the United
States, although the Chartered Institute of Building published its seminal work on
the subject in 1979.
Project management may be defined as ‘the overall planning, co-ordination and control
of a project from inception to completion aimed at meeting a client’s requirements
in order to produce a functionally and financially viable project that will be
completed on time within authorised cost and to the required quality standards.’
This Code of Practice is the authoritative guide and reference to the principles and
practice of project management in construction and development. It will be of value
to clients, project management practices and educational establishments/students
and to the construction industry in general. Much of the information contained in
the code will also be relevant to project management operating in other commercial

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