Parami Dewi, Anak and Trigunarsyah, Bambang and Too, Eric and Coffey, Vaughan (2012) Factors contributing to design-build (DB) project delivery system implementation in road infrastructure projects in Indonesia. In: 3rd International Conference on Construction in Developing Countries (ICCIDC 2012): Advancing Civil, Architectural, and Construction Engineering and Management, 4-6 Jul 2012, Bangkok, Thailand.
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Design-build (DB) project delivery systems have increasingly been adopted by many private and public sector organizations worldwide due to the many advantages offered on projects by such systems. However, many Indonesian road infrastructure projects are still delivered using the traditional design-bid-build (DBB) project delivery system. In order to provide evidence of the benefits of DB, it is essential to identify the factors that can contribute to successful DB implementation and this paper aims to provide evidence of such factors that can promote the successful implementation of DB project delivery systems on Indonesian road infrastructure projects. Four main factors and 28 indicators were identified from an extensive literature review, and a Delphi questionnaire survey was conducted amongst 20 experts drawn from the Indonesian road infrastructure construction sector. The first round Delphi study found that regulation, competency of clients, ability to manage DB projects and external conditions were the major factors that can promote successful DB implementation.
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