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CONSTRUCTION

MANAGEMENT

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INTRODUCTION

• Objective for the presentation is to analyze the


various factors in the project management in
construction which lead to success and failure of the
projects.
• Learning from projects by understanding the
essential elements of the project management (e.g. the
Leadership Role of the Project Manager, Project
Planning, Risk Management) , Analysis of project
management done in various projects worldwide

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

• Project management is the application of


knowledge , skills , tools and techniques to project
activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholders
needs and expectations from a project.
• Need of balancing competing demands among
scope , time , cost , quality , stakeholders with
different needs and expectations and identified
(needs) and unidentified requirements
(expectations).

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROCESS

• Project Initiation.
• Project planning.
• Project scheduling and execution.
• Monitoring and control.
• Close Out of the project.

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ELEMENTS OF PROJECT
MANAGEMENT

• Project Manager.
• Project Objectives.
• Managing Budget and Resources.
• Reporting Progress.
• Evaluating efficiency and effectiveness

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OBJECTIVES OF PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
• Cost
• Quality
• Time.
• Risk
• Customer satisfaction.

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RESOURCES OF A PROJECT
MANAGER
• Planning / organizing .
• Controlling.
• Stress Tolerance.
• End customer orientation.
• Analytical skills. Leadership Quality / Managing
people.
• Managing performance.
• Sensitivity.

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RESPONSIBILITIES OF PROJECT
MANAGER
• Planning thoroughly through all the aspects of the
project.
• Controlling the manpower of the organization.
• Optimize the technical versus cost trade offs in
specific areas where optimization is required.
• Monitor performance , costs and efficiency of all
elements of the project.
• Completing the project on schedule and within
costs
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PROJECT DELAYS IN
CONSTRUCTION
1. Less number of labors against requirement.
2. Skill of labor is very poor or less.
3. Lack of project planning and scheduling by contractor.
4. Delay due to receiving permissions from government
authorities.
5. Delay due to transporting material from supplier to
site.
6. Complete absence of good site management and
supervision by contractor.
7. Lacking of quality and quantity of work.
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