By Garry N. Boychuk
The delivery of large infrastructure capital projects has long been plagued by delay, extra cost, and less than optimal deliverables. For just as long, fingers have been pointed at the owner, client, project manager, consultant, contractor, supplier, or purchasing department. Vague reasons have been asserted, such as scope creep, approval delays, indecisiveness, funding delays, purchasing delays, design errors and omissions, and construction issues, all with the simple admonition that if only all parties were more diligent and applied more rigour, these issues could be avoided. But what if it wasn’t so?
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