Book provides valuable info on AEC law

AEC book focuses on the critical area where law and construction cross, such as labor law, contracts, property law, and insurance.

12/12/2007


The AEC industry now has a targeted resource for learning pertinent legal principles. Cengage Learning announces the release of Construction Law for Managers, Architects, and Engineers , by Nancy J. White.

 

This book focuses on the critical area where law and construction cross. This includes labor law, contracts, property law, and insurance. The book offers successful and unsuccessful legal strategies, helping the reader see the consequences of both and to develop ideal managerial practices. The book also offers real-world examples that apply the concepts and strategies.

 

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