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    Building for art's sake member content open

    By Alderton, Matt A review of museum construction projects considers the challenges of building for art's sake. In Abu Dhabi, three world-class museums will be central to the United Arab Emirates' planned cultural…

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    Influence of trade-level coordination problems on project productivity member content locked

    By Hwang, Bon-Gang | Zhao, Xianbo | Do, Van Thi Hong This study aims to investigate the influence of coordination problems in glass and metal curtain wall (GMCW) installation on project productivity in Singapore. Trade-level coordination problems in…

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    Stakeholders' attributes, behaviors, and decision-making strategies in construction projects member content locked

    By Yang, Rebecca J. | Wang, Yaowu | Jin, Xiao-Hua Project managers need to make decisions on how to balance competing claims between the different stakeholders in projects. Previous studies have suggested that the choice of decision-making…

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    Knowledge acquisition using psychotherapy technique for critical factors influencing construction project layout planning member content locked

    By Abdul-Rahman, Hamzah | Wang, Chen | Siong, Eng Khe The positioning of equipment on a construction site may change in different construction phases, different environments, and different types of end products, which greatly influence the decision of…

  • A proposed construction design change management tool to aid in assessing the impact of design changes member content open

    By Hindmarch, Helen. | Gale, Andrew W. | Harrison, Robert Current practice shows that construction design change management relies heavily on the experience of practitioners to assess the impact of a proposed change. This U.K. government- and…

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    Incorporating employee resourcing requirements into deployment decision making member content locked

    By Dainty, Andrew | Raidén, Ani | Neale, R. H. Employee resourcing is the process of matching human resource capabilities to the strategic and operational needs of the organization. This is exceptionally problematic in project-based…

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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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    Heavy metal member content open

    By Liao, Janet Building a large manufacturing facility in a small town that values its tourist culture and its natural setting could easily become a project fiercely contested by the local community. But when…

  • The Use of EVA—Earned Value Analysis in the Cost Management of Construction Projects member content open

    By Valle, Jose Angelo | Soares, Carlos Alberto Pereira Earned value analysis (EVA) provides project managers with a technique for determining a project's real gains and losses, for controlling project and cost performance, for making important project…

  • A decision-making matrix model for estimating construction project overhead member content open

    By Chan, Caroline T. W. Construction project overhead--the expenses involving onsite construction-related services and facilities, including staff and offices--comprises a significant percentage of construction budgets.…

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