Most engineering work fits within what is broadly referred to as operations and projects. For example an earthmoving operation may involve trucks cycling between an excavator and some dump point; an engineering project may involve the design, construction and commissioning of infrastructure. Operations tend to be ongoing but can be time limited, while projects have a defined time frame. The course will cover issues to do with resources (materials, equipment, people), cost and time in engineering operations and on engineering projects. Examples will be chosen to highlight efficient practices and methods adopted in engineering operations and on engineering projects.
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