Project Delivery: Highway Construction
Infrastructure and Technology Management: Contributions from the Energy, Healthcare and Transportation Sectors
The demand to deliver transportation projects in less time with limited budgets has driven the department of transportation (DOTs) in each state to research, develop, and adapt innovation tools, methods, processes, or programs for its construction projects. Due to the high level of risk and uncertainty in most transportation projects, especially in the cities and towns that have a large density of pollution, the selection of an appropriate delivery method has been more difficult and involves complex decision-making. Furthermore, some research has been conducted on the performance of project delivery methods in transportation and proved that there is a lack of comprehensive comparative approaches combined with adequate orientation into the future to provide a sufficient basis for strategic decisions.
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Khalifa, R., Daim, T. U., & Stewart, R. (2018). Project Delivery: Highway Construction. In Infrastructure and Technology Management (pp. 473-497). Springer, Cham.