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    Quantifying disruption member content open

    By Cooper, Kenneth G. | Reichelt, Kimberly Sklar In large, complex projects, the only constant is change. Increasing scope, changing requirements and schedule movements are common, often pervasive. While these changes may be manageable…

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    Quality in the design-procure-construct industry, OR quality > six sigma member content open

    By Locke, Brett M. Six Sigma, a statistical measure, receives lots of press in the realm of quality. Unfortunately, I estimate you will be 130 years old before you have enough experience to use statistics as a quality…

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    Project management for power plant construction in Korea member content open

    By Lee, Young Cheol | Kim, Jae Hwan Currently, Korea has 50 million kilowatts of installed capacity. The capacity forecasted for new power plants that will be constructed in the future is about 37.44 million kilowatts of electricity…

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    Validating a Pharmaceutical Research and Development Facility member content open

    By Simoncelli, Tania | Héroux, Sylvie Marie A pharmaceutical company is planning to expand its current clinical supplies manufacturing facility.

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    Eight planning strategies for delivering quality projects member content open

    By Peters, Lee A. Meeting project delivery objectives is the direct result of quality planning. Many of our projects are completed with little planning but with lots of ranting and hand waving. Learn six strategies…

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    Selection of a project delivery system using analytical hierarchy process member content open

    By Al-Tabtabai, Hashem M. The need to identify suitable project delivery systems within the construction industry is a challenge to the owner. There are different delivery systems to suit different projects, as each strategy…

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    Construction contracts and risk allocation member content open

    By Zaghloul, Ramy | Hartman, Francis T. This paper presents some results of a research study conducted across the Canadian construction industry that identifies the rationale for using disclaimer clauses in construction contracts and the…

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    Configuration management member content open

    By Canepari, John E. Configuration Management addresses the need for establishing a methodology to control the various elements of the change and validation processes. The general definition of Configuration Management…

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    FDA medical device design controls – meet the PMBOK® guide member content open

    By Lindbergh, Lori B. The current Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) requirements set forth in the Quality System (QS) regulation are promulgated under section 520 of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic (FD&C) Act. They require…

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    Information systems and construction project management – similarities and differences member content open

    By Thariani, Rachana | Kloppenborg, Timothy J. Common wisdom suggests that projects are not all equal. They differ in size, complexity, technology, industry, and a myriad of other ways. We felt one of the key possible differences is the industry…

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