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For Project Evaluation and Management students

Who cares(d) about this project?

Public - Federal, State, and Local Governments (laws, legal record, agencies & their departments), neighbors, citizen groups

Private – Industry news, reports (the companies that designed and built the project)

Others - Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), historian, scholar, news journalist

Books for current and historical perspective

Books written about the project from an historical perspective and books written about the people involved in the project

MIT Theses

Annual Reports of:

  • International agencies or bodies invested in the project (UNESCO world heritage sites)
  • Federal government agencies and their departments, the laws and legal records
  • State
  • Local agencies
  • Local bodies invested in the project
  • Societies (like the American Society of Civil Engineers or the Institution of Civil Engineers)
  • Firms hired to design and build the project.

News for current and historical perspective

Newspapers are valuable primary sources for research, both for the narrative and description of the project, as well as for the insight they give to attitudes and culture of the time.

Scholarly articles and technical reports for academic, government, and industry perspective

Manage your references

Use these tools to help you organize and cite your references:

Civil and Environmental Engineering Librarian

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Featured journal

International Journal of Project Management

Access through MIT Libraries catalog:

http://library.mit.edu/item/000337688