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    Determining Contingencies in the Management of Construction Projects member content locked

    By Ortiz, José I. | Pellicer, Eugenio | Molenaar, Keith R. This research describes the managerial approaches that contractors follow to determine different types of contingencies in construction project management. Two large Spanish general contractors were…

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    An empirical study of schedule delay causes based on Taiwan's litigation cases member content locked

    By Yang, Jyh-Bin | Chu, Mei-Yi | Huang, Kuei-Mei Many uncertainties can cause construction projects to be delayed, resulting in conflicts between the two parties to a construction contract. This paper employs an innovative technique of analyzing…

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    Factors causing design schedule delays in turnkey projects in Taiwan member content locked

    By Yau, Nie-Jia | Yan, Jyh-Bin Because of its benefits, the turnkey project delivery method has received much global attention; however, turnkey contractors often have difficulty completing projects within the contract schedule.…

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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…

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    Analysis of the front-end loading of Alberta mega oil sands projects member content locked

    By Jergeas, George Farage In Canada's northern Alberta province lies one of the world's largest hydrocarbon deposits, a source which currently generates one million barrels of oil daily and contains 175 billion barrels of…

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    Scheduling programs with repetitive projects using composite learning curve approximations member content locked

    By Amor, Jean-Pierre Programs that require executing a modest number of similar projects arise in several industries, such as aerospace, construction, and defense. The scheduling of such programs often involves deciding…

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    Using decision support systems for delay analysis member content locked

    By Yates, Janet K. | Audi, John H. This paper discusses the use of decision support systems and their application in the area of project management. Not only can computers be used to provide scheduling data, but they also can provide…

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    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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    The seven legal elements necessary for a successful claim for a constructive acceleration member content locked

    By Jensen, Donald A. | Murphy, John D. | Craig, James The construction contracting process for a project is extremely complex. As a consequence, the process often results in contractual- related dispute that ultimately affects the design team, owner,…

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    A contigency approach for setting construction contract duration for public projects in Saudi Arabia member content locked

    By Almohawis, Soliman Abdullah | Al-Sultan, Ahmad A very important provision of any construction contract is the duration specified, i.e., the amount of time given to the contractor to execute the work described in the project plans and…

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