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Title: Designing Guidelines to Discover Causes of Delays in Construction Projects: The Case of Lebanon
Authors: Tarhini, A
Fakih, M
Arzoky, M
Tarhini, T
Keywords: Contractors;Consultants;Clients;Delay factor categories;Delay factor;Project management;Lebanon
Issue Date: 25-May-2015
Publisher: Canadian Center of Science and Education
Citation: Tarhini, A., Fakih, M., Arzoky, M. and Tarhini, T., 2015. Designing Guidelines to Discover Causes of Delays in Construction Projects: The Case of Lebanon. International Business Research, 8(6).
Abstract: Construction projects in developing countries have the priority among other projects as they are considered safe investments in an unpredictable market. Due to this prioritization, it has become increasingly important that such projects are managed in accordance with internationally accepted management best practice. Project managers of construction projects in developing countries face difficulties in effectively monitoring the progress of projects they are responsible for due to many variables. The purpose of this study is to investigate the causes of delays in the construction projects that were covered in the considered literature and conduct qualitative research to investigate their relevance by interviewing project managers of actual projects in Lebanon. Based on the literature review and from the recommendations recorded during interviews, the researcher aims to create a set of guidelines that will improve the manner in which project managers can adapt to, discover and deal with project delays. These guidelines can be utilized as an early warning system concerning delays in construction projects.
ISSN: 1913-9004
Appears in Collections:Dept of Computer Science Research Papers

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