Order in chaos
Construction projects in the developing world will present some all-new challenges. The secret to success, says Anthony Morgan, is to expect the unexpected. Here, he outlines some of the problems that may be faced
Today’s global construction market is worth approximately $3.25trn (£226trn), reflecting the fact that a significant percentage of each nation’s GDP is spent on construction. How long an international construction project takes and how much it costs will depend on a range of variable factors, but an experienced operator can anticipate many of the risks attributed to such uncertainties.
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