March 2020

Engineering and Construction

The importance of engineering and construction alignment throughout the project lifecycle

Construction is where the rubber meets the road. This phase historically is the most challenging time of the project, often characterized by problems with high levels of urgency and difficulty.

Payami, H., Fluor

Construction is where the rubber meets the road. This phase historically is the most challenging time of the project, often characterized by problems with high levels of urgency and difficulty. One undeniable fact about these problems exists: most of these problems could have been addressed and prevented during engineering. This article focuses on a significant root cause of most construction issues—the lack of necessary alignment between engineering and construction throughout the project lifecycle. Engineering and construction organizations The way engineering and construction teams interface depends heavily on the project delivery method chosen by the owner. For example, in the design-b

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