There are many cost implications involved in any construction project. Material costs, construction costs, life cycle costing and cost to society. Visit https://constructsteel.org/technical-information/project-management/costs/
Right from invitation to tender, through design and on to execution, proper planning is key to achieving a project’s cost, quality and programme requirements.
This planning should consider the construction sequence, design factors affecting buildability and proper site practice and erection coordination.
While a lot of work in the erection of a steel structure can be done off-site, there is still precise and demanding work that takes place on the execution side. Visit https://constructsteel.org/technical-information/project-management/execution/
The Eurocodes are a set of structural design standards, developed by the European Committee for Standardisation to cover the design of all types of structures in a range of materials, including steel. Visit https://constructsteel.org/technical-information/project-management/eurocode-guides/