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  • PM Network

    Track record member content open

    Public-sector megaprojects aren't exactly known for finishing on schedule and within budget. Yet Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority is making a habit of doing both. The organization is…

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    Stadia Mania member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Score one for the fans. Every time a new sports stadium is built, project leaders are pushed to deliver bigger, bolder and more dramatic results. These stadiums garner lots of fan excitement and…

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    Everything in One Place member content open

    By Parsi, Novid Looking to cut costs, waste and delays in infrastructure projects, governments are (finally) taking a cue from the private sector and adopting building information modeling (BIM). It's part of a…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Utilization of Learning Curves in Damage for Delay Claims member content open

    By Diekmann, James E. | Horn, D. L. | O'Connor, M. H. Delays on construction projects are caused by many reasons. When those delays are caused by the owner, it is often the contractor who is most susceptible to financial loss: Contractors are often not…

  • Project Management Journal

    CPM scheduling and its use in today's construction industry member content locked

    By Baki, M. A. CPM (Critical Path Method) scheduling is used and accepted on many major projects to plan and coordinate work. CPM works most successfully when the entire organization, from the owner and the…

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    A breath of fresh air member content open

    One way organizations are realizing ambitious sustainability goals is to adopt an alternative energy source. This article discusses how technology leader HP is now reducing its electricity use by…

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    Healing a community member content open

    By Yovovich, Bozidar Large-scale construction projects, particularly those involving the realization of such complex structures as hospitals, require project managers to handle countless issues and manage nearly…

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    Construction industry update member content open

    By Bannan, Karen J. Practicing project management offers advantages greater than cutting costs and avoiding mistakes; it encourages organizations to rethink the way they operate and the measures they use to determine…

  • Project Management Journal

    Effective controls for large scale construction projects member content locked

    By Tiong, Robert L. K. Realizing large construction projects is a difficult multi-activity endeavor that is only successfully achieved--meeting time, cost, and quality requirements--when project managers use effective…

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    PM software spans international boundaries member content open

    By Adams, Alton This article briefly overviews the use of project management software in the construction of a polyethylene/polypropylene processing facility in South Korea. Finest Hour software from Primavera…

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