Success of Production Control in Civil Engineering Projects

Mr. Rohit M. Tamgave, Prof. Dr. A. K. Gupta, Prof. D. B. Desai


The construction industry is dynamic in nature due to the increasing uncertainties in technology, budgets, and development processes. Nowadays, building projects are becoming much more complex and difficult. The project team is facing unprecedented changes. The study of project success and the critical success factors (CSFs) are considered to be a means to improve the effectiveness of project. The topic of this thesis was construction management and improving the production control processes in construction projects. The main goal of the research was to examine how production is currently controlled and to establish the root causes for failure to implement schedules as they are planned.
The questionnaire surveys were taken. Production control data was collected systematically from the project teams from the beginning to the end of all the case projects. These data were used to assess the reliability of the plans in detail. The actual production control process was followed by direct, personal observation. The purpose of this study is to systematically investigate the causes of project failure and how these can be prevented, managed, or controlled. Constructions projects are frequently influenced by success factors’ which can help project parties reach their intended goals with greater efficiency. The aim of this study was to investigate the factors leading to construction company success.

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