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PERCEPTION OF BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTING RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES BY CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS IN TANZANIA

@inproceedings{Chileshe2013PERCEPTIONOB,
  title={PERCEPTION OF BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTING RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES BY CONSTRUCTION PROFESSIONALS IN TANZANIA},
  author={Nicholas Chileshe and Geraldine John Kikwasi},
  year={2013}
}
The performance of construction projects is often affected by the inherent risks existing within the internal and external environments. Risk management and assessment practices (RAMP) can be used to identify these risks and propose appropriate strategies to mitigate them. This could lead to the attainment of the Millennium Development Goal (MDG), thereby, enabling construction organisations to remain competitive. The implementation of RAMP is usually fraught with barriers despite the extensive… Expand

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