Resident Engineering Costs vs. Construction Costs for New York City Water Pollution Control Projectsby Paul Zoltanetzky, Jr., Dep of Environmental Protection, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Excellence in the Constructed Project
Abstract: This paper begins by describing the New York City fresh water system, water pollution control plants, and the development of capital programs. It then discusses contracting methods, construction management, the resident engineering staff, resident engineers employed by New York City and those supplied by private consulting firms, costs, change orders, and other aspects of the subject.
Subject Headings: Water pollution | Construction costs | Urban areas | Construction methods | Management methods | Consulting services | Construction companies | North America | United States | New York | New York City
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