A complete, up-to-date infrastructure planning resource
Thoroughly revised to address sustainability and the latest codes and regulations, Infrastructure Planning, Engineering and Economics, Second Edition, describes the full range of skills necessary to plan, implement, upgrade, and maintain infrastructure projects in the public sector.
This comprehensive work discusses planning methodologies and best practices, and features global case studies, research projects, and references to the literature to support the principles presented. The text has been streamlined and updated in order to improve ease of use for instructors and students. It also serves as an essential onthejob reference for professionals.
Planning contexts, perspectives, and objectives
Planning and appraisal of major infrastructure projects
Screening projects and master planning
Municipal infrastructure systems performance and prioritization measures
Comparisons of infrastructure alternatives
Economic analyses concepts and applications
Environmental and social impact assessment concepts, requirements, and procedures
Environmental and social impact assessment additional analyses and issues
Planning for uncertainty and risk
Operations research methods for planning and analysis