In the Course of Sustainable Construction Projects, Governing Public Private Partnership in Opportunistic Setting

Rashid Maqbool

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The paradigm of public-private partnerships (PPPs) for public sector initiatives was first developed in the UK. Public-private partnerships (PPPs) provide effective, cost-efficient, and measurable provision of public services in modern buildings while minimizing potential losses. While public-private partnerships (PPPs) are difficult to implement and not without controversy, strong and well-coordinated collaborations offer chances to bring together the available resources, knowledge, and powers in ways that neither sector can do alone. There are several social, environmental, and economic benefits that local governments are currently investigating because of this investment. Project governance and stakeholder management have been recognized as significant organizational concerns for project success. Government-sponsored PPP projects in the UK face particular complexity and uncertainty because of the country's specific socioeconomic. This research focuses on the importance of sustainability in PPP projects. It investigates the impact of the public sector on project sustainability by assessing its motivations and capabilities for sustainability from the theoretical standpoint of attention-based and resource-based perspectives. As a result, this study examines the impact of stakeholder management on the performance of sustainable construction projects as it relates to the components of project governance.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 28 Sept 2022
EventThe 13th International Conference on Construction and Project Management (ICCPM 2022) - University of Macau, Macau, Macao
Duration: 27 Sept 202229 Sept 2022


ConferenceThe 13th International Conference on Construction and Project Management (ICCPM 2022)
Abbreviated titleICCPM 2022
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