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van Pelt, Annemieke (author)
Rijkswaterstaat is a governmental institution that is responsible for the management and development of the Dutch main roads, waterways and water systems. A DBFM contract is a contract in which the aspects of designing, financing, constructing and maintaining a construction project are integrated. The contract is long-term and based on...
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Santen, Lisa (author)
Three cases in which sustainable MEAT criteria were used, are analysed in order to assess the role of relational governance. If the intrinsic motivation is present at the project team, flexibility, collaboration and risk taking could facilitate an environment in which sustainability through MEAT criteria can be achieved. The structure of the...
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de Hoog, Jolanda (author)
Recently, the Marktvisie (2016) expressed the need for more collaborative relationships based on equality and lately, a shift from adversarial to collaborative relationships is observed. The use of collaborative contracting strategies is increasing of which the bouwteam is an example. The bouwteam is a collaboration agreement during the design...
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Versteeg Conlledo, Ana (author)
The construction sector has been the world’s largest consumer of raw materials since years. Construction and building activities together account for 36% of global energy use and 39% of energy-related carbon dioxide (World Green Building Council, 2017). Considering the built environment puts major pressure on the natural environment, a change in...
master thesis 2019
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Diepersloot, Boedi (author)
This thesis researched the possible use of agile project management for infrastructure project through the use of a serious research game. The thesis showed that there are different serious games and created a serious research game. By playing the serious research game with agile and traditional project management experts a hypothesis was...
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Baas, Daniël (author)
Currently, the inland shipping industry is not sufficiently incentivised to invest in sustainable technologies in order to reduce their emissions. The industry itself wants to be more sustainable, but there is insufficient financial room to invest in alternative technologies. Besides, public authorities try to achieve a reduction using command...
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Mantzouka, Athanasia (author)
Due to the inherent complexity and innovative character of construction projects, the role of risk management has become increasingly crucial. Dealing with the multifaceted risks associated with international construction projects is important in order not only to make sure that the project objectives are secured but also to make profit. It is...
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Tegelberg, Joost (author)
Repetitive construction projects allow for planning to be done systematically, but performance is hard to predict due to inherent uncertainties. The goal of this research is to evaluate planning choices in repetitive construction projects. In order to evaluate the planning of these projects to quantify the risk of overruns, an adaptable...
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Hendriks, Yaron (author)
In general, projects still fail at a high rate. New project management approaches have been found to try and do something about the high rate of failing projects. One of these promising modern approaches is Agile project management. It has been practiced increasingly since recent years in many sectors, most evident in the ICT sector. Though...
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Peponi, Nefeli (author)
Today’s rising project complexity in combination with the changing economic environment has led to an increased interest in improving organizational business processes. Large multinational companies were always affected by those two factors in a greater extent than other smaller more localized competitors, rendering process reengineering an...
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Kotoudi, Anastasia (author)
Today’s project complexity is constantly increasing leading to multidisciplinary project teams. Building a truly integrated team in projects where a partnership is necessary in order to achieve the desired outcome isn’t a one-off process that can occur automatically. It’s a procedure that has to be built up over a certain period of time (mostly...
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Eversdijk, Jeroen (author)
This research tries to provide a first direction in measuring collaborative trends. By being able to measure collaborative trends, more research can be done towards the effects of events and the timing of collaborative practices to implement in projects. This is done by providing an answer on the main research question: “How can collaborative...
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Kushwaha, Vishwajeet (author)
This M.Sc. thesis is related to the use of Design Structure Matrix (DSM), a design process modeling technique, to model, analyze and improve design processes in Oil and Gas Construction Projects. DSM was used to model the design process of an engineering design section at an Oil and Gas Engineering Company using the information dependencies in...
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van Wijngaarden, Jeroen (author)
The current construction market is segregated, under-performs and becomes more complex. Often leaving the client helpless when projects go wrong. Consortia arise to handle the complexity and segregation, while improved collaboration between contractors can raise performance, but do consortia solve these problems? This research examines whether...
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van der Kaaij, Maarten (author)
To cope with the current problems in the construction industry, project managers and scholars seek new methods to turn the tide. Many scholars blame traditional management approaches for cost overruns and delays occurring in current projects. To find solutions, project managers introduce tools from various sectors that have coped with similar...
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Stel, Rosanne (author)
This thesis ‘Towards sustainable projects´ will focus on the integration of sustainability aspects in projects in the engineering industry. This research uses the following definition for ‘sustainability’: “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” (Brundtland, 1987). This...
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Bai, Flora (author)
Construction projects, especially infrastructure projects, create such a far and wide local impact that it is essential to carry out public participation processes. With the advancement of information technology, it is now possible to digitalize the public participation process and carry out the process via the internet. Through the development...
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Švent, Nejc (author)
The planning, implementation and operation of large infrastructure projects brings together a range of stakeholders with variously aligned interests and risk perceptions. In project-financed infrastructure, lenders are a specific stakeholder whose risk analyses need to understand a project’s technical substance as a basis for appraising the...
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Zachariou, Demetris (author)
Risk management is undoubtedly a precious component of the overall project management field. It assists in identifying, assessing and mitigating the uncertainties that are present in a project. These uncertainties affect important measures of a project, of which cost and schedule are the most prominent, and consequently put project success under...
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Borpujari, Abhishek (author)
This research focusses on delivering a proposed procedure that determines interactions among multiple changes. The basis for this is obtained from literature and research papers that focus on the cumulative impacts of multiple project changes. The construction industry is currently suffering from a productivity problem, resulting from the...
master thesis 2018
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