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Risk Analysis of Time in Building Development Viewed from the Contractor's Side in Jayapura

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 2)

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Page : 935-942

Keywords : building construction risks in Jayapura; severity index; Promethee;

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Jayapura City has an area of 940 km2 which is divided into 4 sub-districts with Jayapura as its capital. There are many obstacles faced in implementing projects in Jayapura, the obstacles faced are not only due to the ineffective and efficient performance of the contractors during implementation, there are also risks of geographical conditions, security and customary issues in Jayapura, Jayapura climate is also one of the challenges (risks) that must be faced by actors in the world of construction because Jayapura is included in a tropical rain forest climate where the rainfall is still high for some time and the costly index is very high for building infrastructure because material sources still have to be imported from outside Jayapura. The purpose of the study was to analyze the characteristics of risk assessment that affect building construction in Jayapura, to analyze risk management in building construction in Jayapura and to formulate strategies to respond to risks that occur in road infrastructure development in Jayapura. Data collection was carried out at several construction service companies in Jayapura. Jayapura. The data used are primary data and secondary data. Primary data is based on questionnaires, field surveys and interviews, while secondary data is based on data collected from various agencies, both government and private agencies. namely the Public Works Office, the Central Bureau of Statistics, and others. The study in this research is in the form of risk level assessment analysis and risk management analysis in the form of risk response and risk allocation. By using the Severity Index and Promethee Methods.

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