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  • PM Network

    Permit Power member content open

    Permits can stall or accelerate a construction megaproject. A permit issue is even affecting a century-old project—the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain. The project launched in 1882, though less…

  • PM Network

    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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    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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    Dealing with delays member content open

    No matter the cause of the delay, the project manager has to get things back on track. We asked practitioners: What's your strategy for getting delayed projects back on schedule?

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    The 20 - percent solution member content open

    By Smith, Ronald B. Most recently baselined project plans are inaccurate because they have unrealistic start dates, finish dates, work hours, costs and/or durations. Poor estimating during the planning phase is a big…

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    Subterranean surprises member content open

    By Alderton, Matt Archeological findings could threaten to derail project completion dates because work has to stop while the discoveries are investigated, documented and excavated. Practitioners involved with the…

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    Water works member content open

    By Howlett, Sarah Protzman For centuries, the Netherlands built walls to keep the water out. With the 2.3 billion Room for the River program, this European country--where 26 percent of the land sits below sea level--is now…

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    A new decision making model for subcontractor selection and its order allocation member content locked

    By Abbasianjahromi, Hamidreza | Rajaie, Hossein | Shakeri, Eghbal | Chokan, Farzad All experts agree on the importance of subcontracting. The high impact of subcontractors on the construction process means that the selection of subcontractors is a sensitive activity. Previous…

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    Teaching moments member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen Literacy rates have been linked to economic development, and education projects aim to create better-educated and thus more economically secure populations. For education projects globally, the…

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    Risk and reward member content open

    By Landry, Meredith Sometimes risk gets a bad rap. Project managers go out of their way to minimize and mitigate uncertain outcomes--but when the right opportunities are assessed responsibly, the potential risks can be…

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