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Design Error Classification, Causation, and Prevention in Construction Engineering
Construction and engineering practitioners have found it increasingly difficult to learn from their mistakes, particularly with regard to the prevention, identification and/or containment of designExpand
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Price Competitive Alliance Projects: Identification of Success Factors for Public Clients
The need to identify the critical factors in the successful development and management of the price competitive alliance model has become a priority for public sector clients, as there is anExpand
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Rework in Civil Infrastructure Projects: Determination of Cost Predictors
Within Australia, civil engineering works continue to meet the insatiable demand for new infrastructure despite project complexity and cost and schedule overruns. A significant factor that canExpand
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Life Cycle Critical Success Factors for Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects
Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have been widely used in the procurement of economic and social infrastructure projects. Since the operation of more and more PPP projects, there have been a numberExpand
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Risk/Reward Compensation Model for Civil Engineering Infrastructure Alliance Projects
A risk/reward model is described as that which aligns project participants' behaviors toward the achievement of a project's performance objectives through the use of incentives. A risk/reward modelExpand
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Alliance contracting: adding value through relationship development
Purpose – Alliancing and partnering have been extensively used to stimulate collaborative relations between supply chain members as well as to address the need to improve the performance of projects.Expand
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Dispute causation: identification of pathogenic influences in construction. | NOVA. The University of Newcastle's Digital Repository
Purpose – While a considerable amount of knowledge has been accumulated about dispute causation, disputes continue to prevail and disharmonise the process of construction with considerable cost. ThisExpand
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Causal Discovery and Inference of Project Disputes
Disputes have become an endemic feature of the Australian construction industry, despite the intense introspection into their causes and the identification for avoidance strategies. Expand
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The Use of Bills of Quantities in Construction Projects - An Australian Survey
Bills of Quantities (BQs) have existed in one form or another for over 300 years. Debate over the use, benefits and problems of BQs has been long standing. A literature review on BQs is reportedExpand
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Built environment procurement practice: Impediments to innovation and opportunities for changes
This report was commissioned by the Built Environment Industry Innovation Council and funded by the Australian Government Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research.
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