Framework for measuring success of construction projects
Chan, Albert (2001) Framework for measuring success of construction projects. CRC for Construction Innovation, Brisbane.
The construction industry is dynamic in nature. The concept of project success has remained ambiguously defined in the construction industry. Project success means different things to different people. While some authors consider time, cost and quality as the predominant targets, others
suggest that success is something more complex. The aim of this report is to develop a framework for measuring success of construction projects. A range of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), measured both objectively and subjectively is developed. The identification of KPIs helps set a benchmark for measuring the performance of a construction project and provides significant insights into developing a general and comprehensive base for further research.
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|Keywords:||project success, assessment framework, key performance indicators, Research Program C: Construction Project Delivery Strategies, Project 2001-003-C: Value Alignment Process for Project Delivery|
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