Construction risk assessment at tender stage

In construction, Risk assessments are a very important factor in each stage of a project. Before the construction at the tendering stage, the contractor should do a proper risk assessment. There are...
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Tendering process 1st step -decision to tender

The tendering process in construction-1st step Incorrect tendering and estimation process can lead a company into dangerous situations. Underestimation of a project can hurt owners and employees...
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6 most popular types of tendering methods in the construction industry

There are various types of tendering methods, to analyze, negotiate and award a project to a contractor. But We can only identify two types of contractual bindings in the construction industry. The...
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6 Steps of Value Engineering Methodology

Also called as value analysis and one of the most important steps in the value management process. Value engineering is a methodical process to transform the project into its most functionality with...
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3 Corporate social responsibilities of a sustainable company

Why Corporate social responsibilities (CSR activities) are essential? Because the World population is highly growing and the resources are becoming scarce day by day.  Peoples and organizations...
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What is Value management

What is this Value Management in the construction industry? Most of the people are misunderstood that value management is the method to reduce the cost of construction. As per the correct...
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What is Earned value management system (EVM)

Earned value management system (EVM) is a practice which project management professionals developed to evaluate performance & progress of a project. Implementation of this system in a project...
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What is a Quantity Surveyor do (QS)?

[caption id="attachment_21" align="aligncenter" width="379"] what's a Quantity surveyor[/caption]   Quantity Surveyor mainly involved in the cost control process of a project as...
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