• Business
  • Published 2003

Construction labour productivity improvements

@inproceedings{Kaka2003ConstructionLP,
  title={Construction labour productivity improvements},
  author={Ammar Peter Kaka and Paul Yuen King Chan},
  year={2003}
}
Arditi and Mochtar (2000) reported in the Construction Management and Economics journal the productivity improvement trends in the US, based on surveys conducted with the top 400 contractors across the country over the last three decades. This research study draws inspiration from the US surveys and represents one of the first attempts in the UK to tap into the perceptions of management personnel with regards the potential for improving construction labour productivity. The preliminary results… CONTINUE READING

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