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    Sky-High Mandate member content open

    Dubai soon won't just be a city pushing buildings to new heights—it'll also be a place where project teams have to go 3D to reduce labor and materials costs. The government announced it intends for…

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    Building Boom—And Barriers member content open

    The construction industry is on strong footing, but skills shortages and rising costs are complicating the project landscape. Increased productivity remains the way forward.

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    On the Horizon member content open

    A mega-mosque construction project is underway in Algiers, Algeria—but its completion date isn't quite clear. At one point scheduled to open this year, the mosque will become the third largest in…

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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…

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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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    Estimate, then repeat member content open

    By LeBard, Ed Imagine you discover your construction project has been using outdated pricing estimates. When the current figures come in, you realize that you've derailed your project and your relationship with…

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    Battling the elements member content open

    By Hildebrand, Carol Efforts to construct utility plants are often mired with significant problems caused by humans and nature alike. When extreme weather conditions are added to this the challenge, the project's…

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    Lost costs member content open

    By Zafar, Zartab | Rasmussen, Dean Lost efficiency on construction projects can affect productivity. Project managers should periodically examine the productivity rate and learn the causes of inefficiency. Two methods for gauging…

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    The project manager's toolbox member content open

    By Meng, Eric The GC/CM (general contractor/construction management) method is one of the alterative project delivery systems used increasingly by owners to control costs, avoid litigation, and meet schedules.…

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    The price is not always right member content open

    By Pepoon, William T. In the construction industry, there is fierce competition, generally on price. In the selection of subcontractors or suppliers, project managers often take the lowest price without making further…

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