. Human, External and Management Issues. Construction Productivity Improvement:. Project Management Specialization. Research Team: Dr. Janaka Ruwanpura, Dr. George Jergeas, Eldon Choy, Kasun Hewage,Sushil Peres da Silva, Tanveer Ahmed (Phase II), Markus Liberda (Phase I). Human.
Human, External and Management IssuesConstruction Productivity Improvement:
Research Team: Dr. Janaka Ruwanpura, Dr. George Jergeas, Eldon Choy, Kasun Hewage,Sushil Peres da Silva, Tanveer Ahmed (Phase II), Markus Liberda (Phase I).
Phase IIa: Factors Analysis
Data collection from 53 participants from Graham, Ellis-Don, PCL, and Ledcor. The participants recognize important factors that affect construction productivity.
Phase IIb: Clusters Analysis
Identified factors are further combined into clusters based on the discussion between the research participants and the research team. These clusters are more logical for the industry to understand reasons for productivity performances.
Rankings (Relative Importance)
Design and Changes
Relative Importance of Factors (only Frequency > 14 are illustrated)
Phase I: Pilot Study
Congested Work Area
Non-availability of Information
Statistics of each Factor
Lack of Planning
Dr. JANAKA Y. RUWANPURA, PQS.Assistant Professor Project Management Specialization Department of Civil EngineeringUniversity of Calgary ENF 232, 2500 University Drive NW Calgary, AB, T2N 1N4, Canada.403-220-6892 (Tel), 403-282-7026 (Fax) E-mail: [email protected]
Comments on each Factor