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    Proyecto del año de PMI 2020 member content open

    Durante décadas, Europa ha dependido en gran medida de una nación, Rusia, para suministrar su gas natural. Casi el 40 por ciento del gas natural de la Unión Europea proviene de Rusia. Una nueva…

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    2020 PMI® Project of the Year Winner member content open

    By Parsi, Novid| Wilkinson, Amy For decades, Europe has relied heavily on one nation, Russia, to supply its natural gas. Almost 40 percent of the European Union’s natural gas comes from Russia. A new pipeline could change that.…

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    Sequencing Made Simpler member content open

    By Garza, Amelia Talk about a lessons learned database. U.S. construction and engineering giant Bechtel has been in business for 120 years, with some 25,000 construction projects under its belt—many of them…

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    Counting on Precision member content open

    By Blumerman, Lisa The United States census is a complex, large-scale, multiyear exercise in program management. The scope of accurately and cost effectively counting more than 330 million people across more than 3.7…

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    Bridging the Gap member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Complex road construction projects create detours. But an 18-year, US$2 billion highway improvement program in New Haven, Connecticut, USA, encountered the ultimate roadblock: Nobody wanted to help…

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    Games Plan member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The Olympics capture the world's imagination. But the race begins long before athletes arrive. Cities compete to host the Summer and Winter Games, hoping to take a lead role on the global stage. But…

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    Do Look Down member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen Here's a winning formula to take tourists to new heights: Build glass skywalks. Last year a burst of construction projects in China hoisted walkways alongside dramatic cliffs, atop skyscrapers and…

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    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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    A study on complexity and uncertainty perception and solution strategies for the time/cost trade-off problem member content locked

    By Wauters, Mathieu | Vanhoucke, Mario In this article, the Discrete Time/Cost Tradeoff Problem (DTCTP) is revisited in light of a student experiment. Two solution strategies are distilled from the data of 444 participants and are…

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    Making sense of rework causation in offshore hydrocarbon projects member content locked

    By Love, Peter E. D. | Ackermann, Fran | Smith, Jim | Irani, Zahir | Edwards, David J. Retrospective sense making is used to determine how and why rework in offshore hydrocarbon projects occurred. Staff from organizations operating at the blunt end (e.g., clients/design engineers…

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