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    Saudi Aramco: Offshore Construction in Crowded Waters

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    Impact of Risk Attitude on Risk, Opportunity, and Performance Assessment of Construction Projects member content locked

    By Qazi, Abroon | Daghfous, Abdelkader | Khan, M. Sajid This article explores the impact of risk attitude on the assessment of project uncertainty.

  • PM Network

    Crane Correction member content open

    By Waity, C. J. Cranes are due for an upgrade. Major accidents, which have grabbed international headlines, are placing more pressure on companies to pursue projects to develop smarter and safer cranes. After all,…

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    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…

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    Rethinking Modular? member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen The collapse of a prefabricated bridge in March in Miami, Florida, USA killed six people and made national headlines. It also reignited a discussion of whether modular makes sense in large-scale…

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    True Believers member content open

    By Parsi, Novid Building a crowning religious center in a seismic zone took a lot more than faith. The US$30 million, 14-year project was the last of eight continental temples around the world commissioned by the…

  • PM Network

    Renovation du Jour member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen Menus aren't the only things changing at restaurants around the world. In the hypercompetitive dining industry, even the most celebrated restaurants feel pressure to constantly reinvent their spaces…

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    Home Away from Home member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The world is looking at the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II. There were more than 21 million refugees in 2015 -- with the Syrian war the leading source of refugees. As demand for…

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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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    Three of a kind member content open

    By Jones, Tegan Purpose-driven projects have the potential to change the world. With a clear mission and careful planning, project teams can solve society's biggest problems, leaving an impact that will last for…

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