American Society of Civil Engineers


The Role of the Resident Engineer


by Robert Del Re, (editor), F.ASCE, (Construction Services Mgr., Camp Dresser & McKee, Inc., 2280 U.S. 19 North, Suite 202, Clearwater, Fla. 33575) and Harold V. McKittrick, (editor), M.ASCE, (Pres., McKittrick & Assocs., Inc., Box 441, Oakton, VA 22125)
Sponsored by the Committee on Contract Administration of the Construction Division of ASCE
New York, NY: American Society of Civil Engineers, 978-0-87262-477-1 / 0-87262-477-3, 1985, 103 pp.     (Barcode: RMI MK31531, 796865748)

Conference information: Specialty Conference; April 15-17, 1985, Tampa, Florida, United States

ASCE sponsor: Construction Institute (CI)

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Document type: Books - Conference Proceedings
Abstract: These proceedings include the papers presented at the specialty conference on resident engineers. The papers address different perceptions of the definition, qualifications, duties, responsibilities, authority and liability of this important project professional. Aspects of resident engineering include contract administration, project organization, cost control, and quality assurance. Ethics communications, and the resident engineer as a member of the construction team are also reviewed. The role of the resident engineer is discussed for projects in both the public and private sectors.


ASCE Subject Headings:
Construction management
Costs
Professional role
Quality control
Resident engineers