Facilitating Construction Briefing – From the Client’s Perspective
Keywords:client, management, real estate, planning, briefing, and construction
AbstractThe call for improvement to conventional design and construction process in the construction industry is well reported. Essentially, the need for development is associated with the poor performance of building projects. In this respect, the design and construction briefing process aims to identify the requirements of the client and other relevant stakeholders. The subject for this paper is design and construction briefing with a specific focus on the construction clients’ perspective of the briefing process. Drawing on a literature review, case studies, and interviews, this article discusses and compares a number of strategic briefing tools. The results provide insight contributing to the construction client’s development of competence concerning the consequences of their selected strategy for facilitating construction briefing and provision of facilities.
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