Published by Construction Users Roundtable, 2006
This paper envisions a substantially changed project environment where projects are undertaken by deeply collaborative, multidisciplinary teams that contribute to project fruition, and where better, faster, more capable projects—optimized projects—are the norm rather than the exception.
Benefits of optimized project techniques to owners include the following:
- Better value through improved delivery times
- Higher-quality relationships, processes, communications, documents and construction
- Safer workplaces
- More efficient use of resources
- Less waste of time and money
- Much more effective use of dollars invested in projects
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