IDENTIFICATION OF CONSTRAINTS IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS TO IMPROVE PERFORMANCE Ellen Lau1 Janet Jiahui Kong2 bsellenl1 jiahkong2 Division of Science and Technology City University of Hong Kong ABSTRACT Needs and constraints in a multiparty working situation bring complications in project management
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