Causas de los retrasos e incremento de costes en los proyectos de construcción en Omán: Revisión de la literatura.
Al Amri, Tariq
Marey Pérez, Manuel Francisco
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In the past one and a half decades, Oman and most of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have experienced tremendous economic growth and the construction sector is one of the primary beneficiaries that all GCC countries have embarked on major infrastructural development. Oman is currently the leading country in the GCC region in terms of infrastructural development. Over 2400 government projects worth approximately $190 billion are active. With such a huge number of projects all running at the same time mismanagement might sometime become an issue. The paper presented shows the bibliographical review of the problems associated with the owner and the client and related to the contractor that mainly motivate the delay of the projects. The results obtained will serve in a later phase to explore the dilemma time and cost invested in the management of construction projects in Oman.
- CIDIP 2019 (Málaga)