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Managing profitable construction

Engineers need to develop skills in understanding markets, negotiation, legal issues and risk management, says a new Construction Industry Training Board study: Managing profitable construction - the skills profile. The study predicts that international competition, new legislation, information technology and strategic and structural changes within the construction industry will have a significant impact on the kinds of skills needed in the coming decade. Details on

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