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The commercial real estate revolution : nine transforming keys to lowering costs, cutting waste, and driving change in a broken industry

Author: Rex Miller
Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2009.
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As it currently operates, the commercial real estate construction industry is a disaster full of built-in waste. Seventy-percent of all projects end over budget and late. The buildingSMART Alliance estimates that up to fifty-percent of the process is consumed in waste. Almost every project includes massive hidden taxes in the form of delays, cost overruns, poor quality, and work that has to be redone. Building new  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Commercial real estate revolution.
Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, ©2009
(OCoLC)298775923
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rex Miller
ISBN: 9780470523681 0470523689 1282683829 9781282683822
OCLC Number: 435660195
Description: 1 online resource (xxiv, 328 pages) : illustrations
Contents: The Commercial Real Estate Revolution: Nine Transforming Keys to Lowering Costs, Cutting Waste, and Driving Change in a Broken Industry; Contents; Acknowledgments; Foreword; Introduction: The Money Pit; Mindshift Faces The Challenge For Transformation; The Commercial Real Estate Revolution; Part One: The Commercial Real Estate Money Pit; Chapter 1: The 500 Billion Black Hole; Chapter 2: What Every Executive Needs to Know About Low-Bid Contracting; Chapter 3: From Fragmentation to Integration; Part Two: Making the Mindshift; Chapter 4: Working the Mindshift. Chapter 5: What Does a Trust-Based Project Look Like?Part Three: Nine Transforming Keys to Lowering Cost, Cutting Waste, and Driving Change in a Broken Industry; Chapter 6: Key 1: Trust-Based Team Formation; Chapter 7: Key 2: Early Collaboration; Chapter 8: Key 3: Built-In Sustainability; Chapter 9: Key 4: Transformational Leadership; Chapter 10: Key 5: ''Big'' Bim; Chapter 11: Key 6: Integrating Project Delivery; Chapter 12: Key 7: Trust-Based Agreements and Client-Centered Incentives; Chapter 13: Key 8: Offsite Construction; Chapter 14: Key 9: Workplace Productivity. Appendix 1: Mindshift Core TeamAppendix 2: Mindshift Advisors; Appendix 3: Recommended Reading; Appendix 4: Website Resources and Links; Appendix 5: Mapping the Future; Notes; References; Index.
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As it currently operates, the commercial real estate construction industry is a disaster full of built-in waste. Seventy-percent of all projects end over budget and late. The buildingSMART Alliance estimates that up to fifty-percent of the process is consumed in waste. Almost every project includes massive hidden taxes in the form of delays, cost overruns, poor quality, and work that has to be redone. Building new structures is a fragmented, adversarial process that commonly results in dissatisfied customers and frequently ends in disappointment, bitterness, and even litigation. The industry mu.

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