Abandoned Construction Project
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1.0 Introduction Abandoned projects is one the major problems in industry in Peninsular Malaysia. There were many reasons leading to this problem. This action has caused multifarious problems to the stakeholders, particularly the purchasers who become the end user. Until to date there is no effective and once-and-for-all means to face the problems of abandoned projects. An analysis of the sector in Malaysia shows that failed developments however tend to show something more than the mere recession. Mismanagement and fraud appear at the top of the list of faults and problems. There is no real effort to tackle the core issues behind these failures for one reason or the other. Unless these projects and their failures are aired in open courts people will continue to fumble in the dark for the real reasons of failures and be reliant on ill-informed journalism to further confuse them.This happen basically came from the client, consultant or contractor. Miscommunication between these three parties can cause the project is abandoned. Many problems may arise during construction project implementation; one main concern is delay. Delay is the time overrun either beyond completion date specified in a contract, or beyond the date that the parties agreed upon for delivery of a project.
There are many reasons that cause delays. Although the principle reasons for delays
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