Improving Construction Management Practice in Saudi Arabia with the Last Planner System : a Case Study

@inproceedings{AlSehaimi2016ImprovingCM,
  title={Improving Construction Management Practice in Saudi Arabia with the Last Planner System : a Case Study},
  author={Abdullah O. AlSehaimi},
  year={2016}
}
  • Abdullah O. AlSehaimi
  • Published 2016
Construction management suffers from many problems which need to be solved or better understood. The research described in this paper evaluates the effectiveness of implementing the Last Planner System (LPS) to improve construction planning practice and enhance site management in the Saudi construction industry. To do so, LPS was implemented in two large state-owned construction projects through an action research process. The data collection methods employed included interviews, observations… CONTINUE READING

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