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Key Performance Indicators of Design and Build Projects in Nigeria

Ikediashi, Dubem I; Mendie, Akaninyene; Achuenu, Emmanuel; Oladokun, Michael G


Akaninyene Mendie

Emmanuel Achuenu

Michael G Oladokun


The Nigerian Construction Industry has witnessed the evolution of many procurement systems including Design-Build, mainly due to perceived failures of the one-way traditional Design approach. The study, therefore, aims to develop a set of key performance indica tors for measuring Design a nd Build projects in Nigeria. The specific objectives are to determine the key performance indicators for Design-Build pr ojects, examine the importance of these indicators on performance outcomes of Design-Build projects and ascertain the degree of agreement among the key stakeholders on the indicators. In the study, a set of key per formance indicators were identified from a literature search and subjected to the views and opinions of respondents using a structured questionnaire. Ninety-seven copies of the questionnaire representing 64% were received and analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistical tools. Findings reveal that eight Key Performance Indi cators were identified.


Ikediashi, D. I., Mendie, A., Achuenu, E., & Oladokun, M. G. (2012). Key Performance Indicators of Design and Build Projects in Nigeria. Journal of Human Ecology, 37(1), 37-46.

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date 2012
Deposit Date Jan 2, 2023
Print ISSN 0970-9274
Publisher Kamla-Raj Enterprises
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 37
Issue 1
Pages 37-46
Keywords Project, Performance Measurement, Procurement Systems, Nigeria, Construction Industry
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