Managing Major Railway Programs
by Alfred E. Fazio and Anthony Fazio
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Publication Info: 198 pages (2023)
Simons Boardman Books; ISBN: 9780911382761; Dimensions (in inches): 8.5 x 11
Description: 20% Discount - Pre-publication Price: $52.00 Thru 12/31/23Managing Major Railroad Projects explains the analytical principles of Project Management as applied to executing large programs and major projects on active railways and rail transit systems. Topics include program set-up, Work Breakdown Structures (by SYSTEMS), PHASING and its relationship to maintenance of rail operations (and maintenance), Project Status including Earned Value Analysis and forecasting, risk management, System Safety (including FRA and FTA approaches), and Systems Integration/Systems Assurance.
Additional Information: Principles are explained from a theoretical
perspective and then clarified in their application through a host of actual examples on recent projects e g, Philadelphia's Frankford Elevated Reconstruction Project (FERP), The Hudson-Bergen LRT DBOM, New Jersey Transit's New Initiatives Program, the addition of a third main track to the CSX mainline in Northern Virginia, and Amtrak's NECIP
The book is written and recommended for
railway operating officials, as well as for
Engineering Officers, and PM/CM
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