سال انتشار: ۱۳۹۱
محل انتشار: سومین کنفرانس بین المللی صنعت احداث
تعداد صفحات: ۸
Sanaz Farshad –
Afshin Jalali Sohi –
Owner is a significant contributing party within the management of a project in construction. In Iran according to the majority of the projects and important role of the government in this industry, mostly the client is government. In this place, in addition to the payment of the bills related to the project, the government has duties and responsibilities such as selecting the professionals, making his requirements understood clearly by other parties, making decisions to recommendations and placing orders. Owner/client has to perform these duties and responsibilities at the right times and in correct ways to have the required quality and value for his investment. In performing his duties and responsibilities owner could introduce positive and negative contributions to the value of the construction. Value-based project management concerns with client‟s value system and helps government in performing his duties and responsibilities for the optimum positive contributions to the value of the constructed facility in construction. This paper highlights the principles of value-based project management in construction and investigates the impact of government (as of the client) contributions to the value of a constructed facility in practice.