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CHAPTER 2 The conception of an idea for a project

Practical Guide to Engineering Procurement and Construction Contracts

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The conception of an idea for a project

2.1 Introduction

This chapter is all about how a project is to be treated on the Owner’s side from the moment the idea for the project comes up, and how to be realistic about the project’s revenue after completion and the cost and necessary time for the design and construction.

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