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|Title:||Examining architects' performance in Nigerian private and public sectors building projects|
Private sector organizations
Public sector organizations
|Source:||Oyedele, L.O.,Tham, K.W. (2005). Examining architects' performance in Nigerian private and public sectors building projects. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management 12 (1) : 52-68. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1108/09699980510576899|
|Abstract:||Purpose - The aim of this paper is to examine and compare the performance of architects with respect to clients' rating of importance over a set of performance criteria in Nigerian public and private sector building projects. Design/methodology/approach - A survey involving clients from both public and private sectors of recently completed building projects in Nigeria was undertaken. Data analysis includes comparing similarities and differences using standardised ratio, Mann Whitney U and Wilcoxon tests. Findings - The results show that private sector clients are likely to be more concerned with cost, while public sector clients are more concerned with buildability of design. A total of 79 per cent of the criteria were similarly selected by both sectors with respect to importance of the criteria. Architects need to improve their performance significantly in about 82 per cent of the whole set of 28 criteria. The architects performed better in the public sector than the private sector and 14 per cent of the criteria were indicated as being statistically different in terms of architects' performance. Originality/value - The results provide feedback which can be incorporated in architects' future projects so as to ensure successful project implementation in the building delivery process.|
|Source Title:||Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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