4 edition of Managing the Risks of Dam Project Development, Safety and Operation found in the catalog.
Managing the Risks of Dam Project Development, Safety and Operation
United States Committee on Large Dams.
January 1998 by U.S. Committee on Large Dams .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||589|
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project design and associated estimates, the development of a work breakdown structure, direct and indirect project costs, overhead, contingency, profit, and other owner costs are addressed as they relate to responsible cost estimating.
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