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Manuals | February 2, 2012

Managing Post-disaster Reconstruction Projects

This step-by-step guide explains how to manage the two main types of CRS post-disaster or post-conflict construction: owner-driven and contractor-built. The guide is for non-construction professionals, construction professionals who are new to international relief, and engineers.

CONTENTS

  • Book A: Things to consider when (re)-constructing in post-disaster situation

  • Book B: How to manage an owner-riven construction project

  • Book C: How to manage a contractor-built project