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NEC Managing Reality

NEC Managing Reality
  • Author: Bronwyn Mitchell
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  • ISBN: 0727757164
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This new edition focuses solely on NEC3, with new practical examples from across the world. Sections on disallowable cost, defects, roles/responsibilities and schedule of cost components have been expanded and enhanced.

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