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Issue #23: Volume 11, Number 1

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Papers

by Vijayabanu, C., Karthikeyan, S., and Balamurugan, S.

Due to competition and high expectations of customers, the construction sector is faced with several challenges while pursuing project outcomes.

by Adeyemi, B.S. and Aigbavboa, C.O.

Conflict resolution in the construction industry is the informal or formal procedure that two or more construction professionals use to find a peaceful solution to their misunderstanding.

by Cherian, T.M., Munuswamy, S., and Jasim, K.M.

The Indian retail industry is an emerging sector particularly in the construction segment. Retailers play a major role in sourcing of construction materials.

by Nuseeb, M., Koussa, M., Matshidze, L., Umeokafor, N., and Windapo, A.

The implementation of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects in South Africa has grown steadily since the late 1990s. However, these partnerships do not realise their potential with a decline in PPP transactions over the past decade.

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