December 1998

Special Report: Engineering and Construction

Project practices for success

Successful projects will result by following logical and proven project execution practices. Executing according to the practices presented here can result in a project that is: Completed within..

Andia, D., Consulting Engineer

Successful projects will result by following logical and proven project execution practices. Executing according to the practices presented here can result in a project that is: Completed within schedule and budget Constructed efficiently Profitable to the contractor, client and vendors / subcontractors (win-win-win). The following techniques have demonstrated to provide beneficial effects on project costs and productivity. Using them will go a long way towards ensuring a successful project. Scope definition and control. The tendency to delay formally writing down the scope until it is well-defined will lead to a loss of control. It

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