Value Management Guidelines for the Malaysian Construction Industry

Jaapar, Aini and Takim, Rohana and Ahmad Bari, Nor Azmi and Endut, Intan Rohani (2008) Value Management Guidelines for the Malaysian Construction Industry. ALAM CIPTA, International Journal on Sustainable Tropical Design Research & Practice, 3 (1). pp. 91-98. ISSN 1823-7231

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Abstract

As a result of a rigorous concatenated exploratory research using mixed methodologies, sustainable Value Management (VM) Guidelines for the Malaysian construction industry were developed. It is hoped to assist the future driving force in the further development of VM in Malaysia as well as paving the way for better implementation of VM which promises improved value for the clients of the Malaysian construction industry. Since there is no sound academic base and lack of understanding by the construction clients and the professional consultants towards VM in Malaysia, this paper is to enlighten the Malaysian construction industry on the availability and the existence of the prototype VM Guidelines resulting from the undertaken research

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Malaysian Construction Industry, Sustainable Prototype VM Guidelines, Value Management, VM Implementation
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Design and Architecture
ID Code:2507
Deposited By: Muizzudin Kaspol
Deposited On:13 Nov 2009 09:55
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