"Reviving a Troubled Construction Project"
Author: Didonato, S. Leonard
Published In: Planning, Design, and Construction [Critical Issues in Facilities Management #7]
Directed at helping participants in a construction project recognize the symptoms of a troubled project early enough to avoid failures and at providing practical ideas about how best to get a troubled project back on track and minimize the failure's impact on cost, time, and quality. Discusses warning signs of troubled projects, including delays, change order requests, complains, and quality slippage, etc.; assessing revival alternatives; and implementing the revival plan.
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