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This book presents a wide ranging review of current civil engineering project procedure in the European construction market. It explains the options available when considering a financial venture abroad, whilst giving a truly international insight into the technical, legal, professional, financial and cultural implications of a construction industry without frontiers.;Emphasis is placed on comparing the many approaches to project procedure used throughout Europe and highlighting the ways in which these can be consolidated. The full scope of civil engineering project organizations covered, from the constraints imposed by the various legal systems and the importance of risk assessment to a comprehensive review of the different perceptions of construction management in the UK, France and Germany. The impact of Community directives on existing liabilities and contractual agreements, insurance and dispute settlements is also discussed. Education and training issues are tackled in the light of proposed directives to harmonize the education process of the future ""European"" engineer.;This reference to the European construction market, written by international industry decision makers, may be of interest to all those who are planning to extend their business interests into the Continent.