Wael Sharmak

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Almost no construction project performs totally as planned as dynamic changes are frequently needed. These changes can be ascribed to the high uncertainty, which is evaluated as potential causes of risks and risks is in turn are evaluated as potential causes of plan changes. Several concepts from the Business Process Modeling domain are adopted to build an(More)
Numerous risks impact construction projects and cause changes in their management plans. Unfortunately, not all of them can be identified in advance. Hence, risk management in construction requires proactive as well as reactive treatment. Among the other risk management tasks, risk treatment requires a sound methodology to rapidly develop concrete change(More)
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