In early 2000, the Journal of Construction Management became the CM eJournal. The editorial staff, the editorial advisory board and the governance of CMAA is dedicated to making the CM eJournal the focal point for the examination of timely technical issues confronting the architectural, engineering, construction and facilities management communities. The CM eJournal will present the multiplicity of views that exist within the CMAA membership and all involved in the construction process.
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by Payam Bakhshi, Ph.D.
By Stephen D. Lisse, P.E.
By Angela Smiley, BSEE, MBA, PhD
By Stephen R. Pettee, PE, CCM
Modeling Construction Operations - An Introduction
The Relationship Between Corporate Culture of South African Construction Firms and Performance
Safety In Design
Graphical Planning Method
Women in Construction Management
Quality Management in an Irrigation Project
2006 Fourth Quarter Papers:
Owners Risk Reduction Techniques Using a CM
2005 First Quarter Papers:
As-builts - Problems and Proposed Solutions
2004 Fourth Quarter Papers:
A Case Study in the Effective Use of Schedule Control Techniques - Recovery Schedules
2004 First Quarter Papers:
Driving Down Construction Project Labor Cost
How Healthy is Your Company's Leadership Development Culture?
Successful Claims Resolution Through an Understanding of the Law Governing Allocation of Risk for Delay and Disruption
Are Foxes Watching the Owner's Hen House
Construction Arbitration: A Survey of Arbitrator's Award Consistency
Project Control Mechanisms on the Pentagon Renovation Program (Expectations are High - And the World is Watching)
The Morphing of the Architect's Role and How It Is Impacting the CM
The Risk in CM At-Risk
A Case Study of Construction Management On the Boston Harbor Project
A Crew Balance Case Study - Improving Construction Productivity
Calculation and Recovery of Home Office Overhead