Description - The Streetwise Subbie by Jack Russell
Jack Russell, well known for his 'contractual terrier' column in the Electrical Times, shares a lifetime's experience of the construction industry, with a style and insight that speaks directly to electrical and mechanical subcontractors. Thousands of subbies have already benefitted from these insights: the streetwise approach to claims avoidance through the implementation and maintenance of basic routines on site, and clear paperwork including the contract and the programme of works. Instead of writing another daunting handbook, Jack Russell's insights are captured in brief, crisp, humorous articles, complemented by a series of cartoons. The text is supported by forms and checklists that have already made it onto site cabin walls around the country. The third edition features new chapters, including coverage of the New Engineering Contract (NEC3) and several new checklists.
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(210mm x 148mm x 10mm)
Newnes (an imprint of Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd )
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Author Biography - Jack Russell
'Jack Russell' is the pseudonym of John Russell FCIOB, author of a regular column in the Electrical Times. He is an independent Contractual Consultant, based in Cheshire, specialising in assistance and protection of electrical and mechanical contractors. In the last few years he has been drawn increasingly into the training field and has lectured at numerous seminars throughout the UK. The author brings to bear a lifetimes's experience in the Construction industry. He is a great believer in disaster avoidance by the regular operation of basic contractual routines, both at tendering stage and throughout the contract, particularly at site level. Streetwise Subbie 3rd Edition is a practical guide to survival in the contracts jungle, for issue to all managers, engineers and site supervisors.