The Practitioner's Blueprint to Construction Auditing
Change orders? As-builts? MEP? If this terminology sounds foreign to you, you are not alone. The construction industry is both fascinating and complex. This book offers a comprehensive look at the industry and the auditor's role.
The world of construction has a unique nomenclature, as well as unique risks and risk management techniques. When you are faced with auditing a construction project, you probably wish you had access to an experienced construction auditor who could shed some light on this complex field. The Practitioner’s Blueprint to Construction Auditing provides just that.
A step-by-step guide, the book takes a comprehensive look at the industry, including:
- The basics of the construction industry
- Planning and performing construction audits
- The architect and design industry
- Auditing construction costs
- Change orders, the most significant risk in construction
- Processes, policies, procedures, and controls
- Mega, giga, and international projects
Written for internal audit professionals, this book walks you through the construction process—and the construction audit process—providing insights both large and small along the way. Construction professionals may also find it useful in figuring out what a construction audit will involve and how to improve their construction management practices.
The book follows the order of the construction project life cycle, explaining the key concepts, risks, best practices, and controls for each step of the project—along with the best methods for auditing them. And these methods can be applied to construction projects of all shapes and sizes.
Let The Practitioner’s Blueprint to Construction Auditing get you on the path to a successful, value-added review of your organization’s construction project.
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