How to manage public sector construction projects successfully in south Asia

This presentation discusses the successful completion of an underpass (tunnel and a cross-over bridge) project in Lahore, Pakistan, one of this country's recent successes realizing projects that achieve the triple constraint of cost, performance, and time. The Rs.243.5 million (approx. US$4 million) project - constructing an overpass to alleviate daily vehicle on Lahore's Mall Road - was completed under budget, within the specified timeline of 90 days, and according to the high performance standards set forth by the construction industry and the government. This case study highlights project management techniques that could help South Asia project managers develop similar projects in this region.
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