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Title: Clients' assessment of architects' performance in building delivery process: Evidence from Nigeria
Authors: Oyedele, L.O.
Tham, K.W. 
Keywords: Architect performance
Factor analysis
Performance criteria
Performance index
Issue Date: 2007
Source: Oyedele, L.O., Tham, K.W. (2007). Clients' assessment of architects' performance in building delivery process: Evidence from Nigeria. Building and Environment 42 (5) : 2090-2099. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The overall intent of this research is to provide architects with information that can be used to improve their performance so as to optimally satisfy the client's requirements and achieve high-quality overall project performance in Nigerian construction industry. Architect performance criteria were identified based on literature within the domain of architect responsibilities. The assessment of architects' performance was carried out through a questionnaire survey of clients of recently completed building projects in Nigeria. Analysis of data includes comparison of criteria using importance-performance index analysis. Factor analysis was carried out on criteria where architects are falling below average, to group and explore the latent structure of the criteria in the data. The results showed that the architect needs to focus on management skills and ability, buildability, design quality, project communication, project integration and client focus. These results would encourage architects to perform better within their full responsibilities in the building delivery process and deliver high-quality projects within Nigerian construction industry. © 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Source Title: Building and Environment
ISSN: 03601323
DOI: 10.1016/j.buildenv.2005.06.030
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