Evaluation of the role of the contractor’s personnel in enhancing the project constructability

Nima, Mekdam A. and Abdul Kadir, Mohd Razali and Jaafar, Mohd Saleh (2001) Evaluation of the role of the contractor’s personnel in enhancing the project constructability. Structural Survey, 19 (4). pp. 193-200. ISSN 0263-080X

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Contractors’ personnel play a prominent role in enhancing the constructability of facilities design, construction and assessment. Looks at the constructability concepts identified by the Construction Industry Institute at Austin, Texas (CII) and represents and describes the constructability concepts in relation to contractors’ personnel. Discusses the role of each of them in enhancing constructability of facilities projects. Concludes that a set of obligations are the answer to the question of “How can the contractor’s personnel enhance the project constructability?”.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Buildings, Construction management, Facilities management, Personnel, Planning
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Engineering
DOI Number:10.1108/EUM0000000005840
ID Code:8520
Deposited By: Nor Asmalisa Osman
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