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Risk Management in Construction Projects

Edited by Nthatisi Khatleli

University of the Witwatersrand

A project risk could be described as anything that could impact the fundamentals of a project performance timeline, performance, or budget. So, risk management, then, could be described as the deliberate processes of identifying, categorizing, prioritizing, and planning for risk occurrences before they disrupt project delivery. This book has contributions from diverse fields in the construction sector. What makes it even more interesting is that they all come from different countries and regions, making the narrative more eclectic and yet at the same time stimulatingly rich. This is the time when we have to assess the way we understand and manage construction industry risk as we transition to the new era of the fourth industrial revolution.

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Risk Management in Construction ProjectsEdited by Nthatisi Khatleli

Published: September 25th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.80628

ISBN: 978-1-83962-217-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-83962-216-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-218-2

Copyright year: 2019

Books open for chapter submissions

2229 Total Chapter Downloads

1 Crossref Citations

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1. Standard Risk Management Model for Infrastructure Projects

By Lidija Rihar, Tena Žužek, Tomaž Berlec and Janez Kušar

611

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2. A New Mode of HSE Risk Management for Construction Projects

By Yueting Hu

378

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3. Different Market Methods for Transferring Financial Risks in Construction

By Patrick L. Brockett, Linda L. Golden and John Betak

411

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4. Holistic View on Multi-Stakeholders’ Influence on Health and Safety Risk Management in Construction Projects in Tanzania

By Sarah Phoya and Krystyna Pietrzyk

126

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5. A Guide for Risk Management in Construction Projects: Present Knowledge and Future Directions

By Pinar Irlayici Cakmak and Ecem Tezel

705

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