Business & Economics :: Design, Engineering & Construction
March 1, 2011
Improving Information Management
Facility owners must take ownership of project information to reduce risk and improve quality when large-capital projects are handed over to project teams and facility operators
Maximizing quality, minimizing cost and meeting schedule milestones are ever-present challenges in large projects. While significant progress has been made in certain areas of facility construction, the management of project-related information continues to struggle. The pathway to improving information transfer and decreasing risk begins with a better understanding of what factors cause today’s information-management problems. It continues by applying a model that reduces risk by helping owner/operators take ownership of information early....
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