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Measuring partnered project performance
Cost Engineering (1999)
  • Douglas D. Gransberg, University of Oklahoma
  • Howard L. Reynolds, Texas Tech University
  • Jack Boyd

The results of a study of over 400 projects completed by the Texas Department of Transportation over 5 years are presented. The objective was to compare the performance of construction projects on which formal partnering agreements had been executed with projects that had been completed without partnering and measure the benefits due to partnering. The data was collected by 20 different aspects, from cost and time growth to the amount of previous experience.

  • partnering,
  • contracts,
  • change orders,
  • claims
Publication Date
October, 1999
Citation Information
Douglas D. Gransberg, Howard L. Reynolds and Jack Boyd. "Measuring partnered project performance" Cost Engineering Vol. 41 Iss. 10 (1999)
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