Change in the Construction Industry by David M. Adamson
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Change in the Construction Industry
By David M. Adamson

Change in the Construction Industry

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Change in the Construction Industry by David M. Adamson

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The UK construction industry is the sixth largest industry in the UK in terms of turnover. During the last decade, it has undergone an unprecedented period of self-examination, including input from most of the leaders of the major suppliers and clients as well as from leading politicians, civil servants and political advisers. From 1993 to 2003, government and industry collaborated closely to achieve political and structural change in the industry and to bring about nothing less than a re-organization of the way it undertakes its business. This key text is an objective presentation of the critical issues inherent in the construction industry during this time. Providing invaluable source material for students of government/industry relations, industry practitioners and clients, and for economic and social commentators, this valuable resource draws on revealing personal accounts from politicians, civil servants, advisers and industry leaders, as well as factual reportage, archives and official papers of the period. Informative and enlightening, this book objectively details and documents exactly what happened at this time, and the reasons for it, and offers an unbiased interpretation of the successes or failures of the various initiatives that emerged, including the Movement for Innovation, Rethinking Construction and Constructing Excellence.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780415385992
ISBN-10: 0415385997
Format: Hardback
(216mm x 138mm x 17mm)
Pages: 180
Imprint: Routledge
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Publish Date: 15-Jan-2006
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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This informative account details and documents the change undergone in the construction industry in the last decade. It looks at what happened and the reasons for it and offers an interpretation of the success or failure of various initiatives that emerged.

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Author Biography - David M. Adamson

David Adamson is Director of Estate Management and Building Service, University of Cambridge, UK. Tony Pollington was a career Civil Servant, serving in the old Ministry of Housing and Local Government, Ministry of Transport, Department of the Environment and Property Services agency. He was the first Executive Secretary of the CCF and its successor, the Confederation of Construction Clients (CCC).

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