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Assessment of Stakeholders' Management Practice in Infrastructure Projects-An Indian Case Project

Hemanta K Doloi, Santhosh Loganathan, Satyanarayana N Kalidindi, Ashwin Mahalingam, JL Perdomo-Rivera (ed.), A Gonzalez-Quevedo (ed.), C Lopez DelPuerto (ed.), F Maldonado-Fortunet (ed.), OI Molina-Bas (ed.)

CONSTRUCTION RESEARCH CONGRESS 2016: OLD AND NEW CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES CONVERGE IN HISTORIC SAN JUAN | AMER SOC CIVIL ENGINEERS | Published : 2016

Abstract

Due to the virtue of infrastructure projects being socio-centric, the impact of these projects on the community is highly significant. While the stakeholders' consultation and communication at the planning phase is relatively more stringent among the developed economies, the rapid urbanization and unprecedented pace of infrastructure development in developing economies often leads to a compromise. Unlike the traditional measure of success being confined to cost, time and quality performance alone, the success of the capital intensive infrastructure projects requires a wider focus encompassing the needs, requirements and long term value creation in social context. Such a holistic assessment o..

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