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Assessment of Contractors Project Management Maturity

Journal: International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (Vol.4, No. 4)

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Page : 231-235

Keywords : Civil Engineering;

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In effect, concrete is broadly used as a development fabric due to the fact of its high strength cost ratio in many applications. Concrete constructions are usually expected to provide bother free service all through its intended design life. However, these expectations are now not realized in many constructions because of structural deficiency, fabric deterioration, unanticipated over loadings or physical damage and accordingly civil structures like buildings, dams, bridges and so forth are subjected to non stop deterioration over the years. This extent of injury or deterioration appreciably relies upon on the quality of materials and workmanship at every the building stage. The deterioration of structures can be a result of a number elements which include hearth damage, frost action, chemical attack, corrosion of steel and so on at some point of the lifestyles span of the structure. The investigation of soundness is therefore vital for discovering the existing serviceability of the structure and its scope for future developments or for the trade in its utilization. Such an investigation can be carried out using the following methods a Visual examination b Non Destructive Testing c Partial Destructive Testing. Besides, it turns into fundamental for structures hit by means of an earthquake, a bomb blast or any other calamity. In general, Soundness estimation to be finished for buildings which are crossed over 15 years of age. K. Ajithkumar | P. Deepan "Assessment of Contractors Project Management Maturity" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-4 | Issue-4 , June 2020, URL: Paper Url :

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