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2009 (Vol. 1, Issue: 2)
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Critical Success Factors in the Real-Time Monitoring of Construction Projects

K. Divakar and K. Subramanian
Corresponding Author:  Divakar, K 

Key words:  Construction management, time management, project schedules, factor analysis, multiple regression, ,
Vol. 1 , (2): Page No: 35-39
Submitted Accepted Published
2009 May, 03 2009 June, 04

Time management of construction projects is a very onerous task. Scheduling of construction projects is based on uncertainties. Projects face a time overrun ranging from few days/weeks to years. Identification of the factors w hich govern real-time monitoring of construction projects becomes very essential. This paper deals w ith the identification of critical factors w ith regard to the management aspects of the project that are responsible for the causes of delay at various stages. These factors include practical difficulties faced by the builders, project engineers and project managers. The factors identified to be critical are the. The proper management of these factors will definitely aid to achieve best project performance results.
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K. Divakar and K. Subramanian, 2009. Critical Success Factors in the Real-Time Monitoring of Construction Projects.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences Engineering and Technology, 1(2): Page No: 35-39.
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