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    City Escapes member content open

    Why can't an old rail line be an urban oasis? Across the United States, city governments have found that it's cheaper—and more engaging for residents—to rebuild infrastructure into public green…

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    By Waity, C. J. Overcrowding on Mumbai, India's above-ground rails is so extreme, it's often deadly. On average, seven commuters die each day, with more than 2,700 deaths in 2018. Relief is en route, with the state…

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    King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia and LJA Engineering Inc., Houston, Texas, USA member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Getting stakeholders aligned on any project is difficult, particularly when there is a difference of opinion on the right way to proceed. This article explores a US$10 billion project whose key…

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    By Waxer, Cindy Every four years in the year before the summer Olympic Games, the Pan American Games are held. As is often the case with multi-sport events, much construction is needed to host the many sporting…

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    By Liao, Janet Building a large manufacturing facility in a small town that values its tourist culture and its natural setting could easily become a project fiercely contested by the local community. But when…

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    Stakeholders with common needs often partner to split the costs of developing projects. But their competing interests can also disrupt the project plan, causing cost and schedule overruns. Such is…

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    A contribution for improvement of project planning in public agencies in Brazil member content open

    By Marques Junior, Luiz José Poor planning and lack of owner involvement in the execution of the planning are critical causes of the delays and cost overruns that characterize the phase of civil works of the public construction…

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