Journal of Civil and Environmental Engineering

ISSN: 2165-784X

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Roderick Facey


  • Case Report
    Gate Review as a Project Management Tool for Optimal Outcome A Hypothetical Case Study
    Author(s): Roderick Facey and Charles OusephRoderick Facey and Charles Ouseph

    The objective of this white paper is to explain the best way of using gate review as an effective tool for the optimal management of projects. Presented here are lessons learned during the past many years of managing/ coordinating million and billion dollar projects across North America. In all significant projects, a gate review is generally conducted using customized check lists to generate a qualitative or semi-quantitative information on the many levels of risks associated with each of the potential hazards and operability problems that could adversely impact the allocated budget, raise liability concerns, and delay in completing the project. The check lists serve as an event sieve incorporating all probable situations that may occur during the life of the project, and thereby making the gate review process meaningful and targeted in developing a risk matrix that .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2165-784X.1000119

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