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To date, little research has been performed regarding the planning and management of “small” projects – those projects typically differentiated from “large” projects due to having lower costs. In 2013,

To date, little research has been performed regarding the planning and management of “small” projects – those projects typically differentiated from “large” projects due to having lower costs. In 2013, The Construction Industry Institute (CII) set out to develop a front end planning tool that will provide practitioners with a standardized process for planning small projects in the industrial sector. The research team determined that data should be sought from industry regarding small industrial projects to ensure applicability, effectiveness and validity of the new tool.

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    Collins, W., Parrish, K., & Gibson, G. E. (2017). Defining and Understanding “Small Projects” in the Industrial Construction Sector. Procedia Engineering, 196, 315-322. doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2017.07.205

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