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    Miracles do happen member content open

    By Zachariah, Jacob Experienced project professionals have long touted the importance of planning a project before launching the actual effort. This article reports how one project manager relied on a year-long…

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    From the ground up member content open

    By Hubbard, Tod This article features the general manager, global projects operation for GE Energy in São Paulo, Brazil, discussing how his organization quickly ramped up a core of local project teams to tackle a…

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    The broadening of project management member content open

    By Fangel, Morton The construction industry is more and more seeking alternatives to customary forms of litigation. Small wonder: litigation is expensive, slow and rather unpredictable—particularly so, it seems, in…

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    Creating an oasis member content open

    By Walden, Andrea | San Filippo, Wayne K. | Martin, Sue C. In 1988, construction was completed on the Delta Air Lines Terminal 5 at Los Angeles (United States) International Airport (LAX), a $75 million fast-track project that won the 1989 PMI Project of…

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    Partnering on engineering/construction E/C projects member content open

    By Brown, James H. In the eight years since construction industry firms first began using partnering as a strategic model for winning contracts, many organizations have used this model to gain new business…

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    Managing large construction projects member content open

    By Foti, Ross 'Large' construction projects are usually public sector works which last longer than a year, involve hundreds of stakeholders, and cost upwards of $50 million. Communications planning and management…

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    Project management at the Woodland Park Zoo member content open

    By Klein, Hank | Bierlein, John K. | Maxwell, James A. | Kubota, Thomas A. | Katagiri, Michael D. Seattle's Woodland Park Zoo began modernizing in the 1970s, and over the last decade, introduced several innovative concepts that turned it into one of the United States' world-class zoos. The…

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    The ultimate measure member content open

    By Toledo, Roberto Today's harsh financial conditions are reshaping the traditional nature of project management, driving practitioners to change the approaches and expand their perspectives. No longer can project…

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    On the edge member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Throughout the 1990s, the Ford Motor Company (Dearborn, MI, USA) dominated the United States' sport utility vehicle (SUV) market. But when the consumer demand shifted towards crossover utility…

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    New thinking pays off for plant project member content open

    By Spanholtz, Detlev | Stokes, Jim Xaloy Inc. of Pulaski, Va., managed an international start-up project to build a high-tech fabrication plant in Thailand. Production began 11 months after project approval, and completed within a…

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