EVALUATION OF CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTOR IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Karan Patel, JDRAOL
Survey Questionnairy, Data analysis, Ranking Method
The development and growth, particularly for developing countries depends on successful implementation of new projects. The construction industry in India is the second largest industry next to agriculture in terms of providing employment. The construction industry is dynamic in nature due to the increasing uncertainties in technology, budgets, and development processes. Unfortunately, some projects were completed successfully but some were not completed on time, over budget or being cancelled. Nowadays, building projects are becoming much more complex and difficult. The project team is facing unprecedented changes. The study of project success and the critical success factors (CSFs) are considered to be a means to improve the effectiveness of project.