Research aim and objective
Delimitation and Scope of the study
Definition of Terms 4
Chapter Two: Literature Review
The Construction Industry 6 Culture 6
Key performance indicators (KPI) 9
Quality Culture 9
Element of quality culture
Factors affecting the maintenance of quality culture
Chapter Three: Research Methodology 10
Area of study
Population of the study
Instrument for data collection
Analyses of variance (ANOVA)
Limitation of study
Chapter four: Presentation and analysis of data
Data presentation, analysis and result
Chapter five: Summary, conclusion and recommendation
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Construction impacts the quality of life for building facilities and plays a major role in a nation's economy and development. Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act (2005) Section 17(4) basically sets out that construction work is an activity on structure that includes building work, civil engineering or engineering construction work. Furthermore, the end-products of construction works had been in the centre of economic development of a nation. According to Farooqui. Mashood and Aziz (2008) construction sector is globally considered to be a basic industry on which the development of the country depends. To a great extent, the growth of a country and its development status is generally determined by the quality of its infrastructures and construction projects. Construction project development involves numerous parties, various processes, different phases and stages of work and a great deal of input from both the public and private sectors, with the major aim being to bring the project to a successful conclusion (Takim and Akintoye, 2002). Hence, the success of any construction project can be expressed in terms of performance. Blismas, Slier and Thorpe (1999) reckon that project performance is the act of fulfilling the project goals at the inception by the client and the project team in terms of the budget, duration, and quality and client satisfaction. According to Egemen and Mohamed (2006), performance evaluation in construction generally focuses on a limited number of performance elements related to the product, which are completing the project on time, within budget and with the required quality.
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