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A Civil Engineer’s Risky Non-Technical Journey Through Ethics, Law, and Business J. Richard Cheeks, PE JD
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648581953
Text for Senior Seminar, CE-401, at the University of Kentucky, Department of Civil Engineering. An excellent desktop reference for civil engineers in practice regarding the non-technical aspects of engineering practice. Get more details including the Table of Contents at:
A complete Guide for Building Interview Recording Room Claude Turcotte
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Perfect Bound
Interview recording may seem like “quite a simple process”. All that is required is to start a recording while interviewing a suspect or a victim. The reality is way more complex! The reason for recording interviews is to gather information leading to the conviction of criminals. It is very important to be able to retrieve, play, annotate, share, and distribute recordings. Now, if this is attempted with a recording application that has not been tailored to law enforcement, the result will most likely be a waste of time, money and more importantly a failure to convict. The overall cost will far exceed that of a professional interview recording system. Professional interview recording syst ...
Equity Guide for Green Stormwater Infrastructure Practitioners Green Infrastructure Leadership Exchange & Greenprint Partners
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
Binding: Spiral Bound
The Equity Guide for Green Stormwater Infrastructure Practitioners is a resource developed by and for green infrastructure program managers representing local public sector stormwater management organizations across the United States and Canada. It offers an action and evaluation roadmap that defines: 1. Our industry’s shared long-term equity goals, 2. Best practices that will move the needle, and 3. Sample metrics that help us track progress toward those goals over time. It also offers a variety of tools to support practitioners in customizing community-informed equity work plans and evaluation plans to local contexts.
Project Management Essentials, The Beginner's Guide JBWolff
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Size: 6" x 9"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9798986961101
Project Management Essentials, The Beginners Guide, was written for the project management curious. The descriptions and explanations in each chapter are broken down to help those that are interested in becoming a Project Manager but aren't sure where to begin. The book gives you an inside look at how a project manager operates day-to-day. With the assistance of QR-codes like the one posted on the back cover of the book; the reader is transported to the most up-to-date information regarding that section. Whether you are completely new to project management or interested in the possibilities of becoming a Project Manager, this is the book for you.
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