La figura del Director de Proyectos en la gestión integral del proceso edificatorio
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The growing complexity of building projects, with high quality standards, integrated passive and active construction technologies and strong cost and time constraints, is increasingly demanding that these must be resolved with the intervention of numerous and diversified technical specialists. This requires coordination, organization and management of all actors involved in all stages of the technical-project (preliminary studies, draft proposal, topographic survey, basic project, geotechnical investigation, executive project, energy certification, occupational safety and health plan, environmental impact assessment) and construction process. The legal context provided by the Building Organic Law 38/1999, although it goes beyond the brief regulation of the Civil Code, only includes designers (total and/or partial technicians), collaborators, entities and quality control laboratories. This is insufficient to cover all the situations that can be established in the current context. On the basis of a prospective analysis of the relations among stakeholders during the life cycle of the whole building process, the balance of power, dependencies and influences are studied, and the key figure of the Project Manager emerges to address with guarantees its integral management.
- CIDIP 2020 (Alcoy)