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Author Chang-Lung Chen
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Department Institute of Engineering Management
Year 2010 Semester 2
Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 97
Title ASSESSMENT OF KEY PERFORMANCE INDEXES OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT USING ANALYTIC HIERARCHY PROCESS
Keyword
  • AHP
  • performance management
  • construction project
  • construction industry
  • construction industry
  • construction project
  • performance management
  • AHP
  • Abstract Construction projects are the major operational method for construction industry, and the performance management is the key element for a profitable and successful construction project. Moreover, high-risk workplace and high investment cost such as human resource, construction machinery involves in construction project. If a construction firm could manage the project efficiently, it would support the firm to be outstanding in the high competition market. Thus, performance management of construction project has been a major and important subject for construction industry.
    This research includes literature review from the beginning and sets performance management of construction project into eleven constructs including quality, cost, progress, safety and environment, communication, leadership, project goal, resource, human resource, management result, and customer satisfaction. Based on these eleven constructs, it comes up with 68 key performance Indexes through literature review and from the result of expert interview, 25 key performance Indexes was proposed. In addition, the analytic hierarchy process was used to establish analytic frameworks and paired comparison method was applied to obtain pair-wise comparison matrix and relative weightings of 25 key performance Indexes.
    The results indicate that the difference of term cost has the highest weighting (PKPI=0.11) and the environmental effect has lowest weighting (PKPI=0.007). The weightings for all the indexes pass the consistency requirement (CI<0.1). Case study demonstrates that 7 projects have total score lower than 6 and 15 projects have total score higher than 6, which are almost consistent with the financial records of the example construction firm. The results obtained in this study are closely relevant with the empirical results.
    Advisor Committee
  • Ran Huang - advisor
  • Tsai-Lung Weng - advisor
  • Files indicate in-campus access only
    Date of Defense 2011-07-28 Date of Submission 2011-08-29


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