April 2019

Project Management

Comparative analyses of common project execution alternatives

With major projects (FIG. 1), alternatives are generally considered in overall project execution and in construction.

Rentschler, C., Engineering Consultant; Shahani, G., ShureLine Construction

With major projects (FIG. 1), alternatives are generally considered in overall project execution and in construction. These alternatives may be viewed as opposing approaches, but there are often overlaps with the different methods. This article discusses different sides of the following commonly considered execution alternatives: FIG. 1. The best arrangement for project delivery depends on several factors, including location, timing and available resources. Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) vs. engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) EPC vs. technology, engineering, procurement and construction (TEPC) Self

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