Providing a Model For Assessing Risk Management Of Construction Projects With A Sustainable Development Approach: Case Studies Of Small-Scale Power Plants
Keywords:project management, Sustainable risk management, infrastructure projects, fuzzy logic
Economic growth in developing countries requires the implementation of infrastructural projects such as power plants, the sustainability of which plays an important role in the social, economic, and environmental development. Despite, these projects are always associated with uncertainties and risks due to features such as uniqueness, unspecified time, the need for specific equipment, correlation between different phases and so on. Therefore, in the present study, a small-scale power plants in Mazandaran was subjected to a case study by which the project risks were properly studied. By interviewing the experts associated with the construction of the power plant, 34 risks were identified and subsequently categorized into four categories of environmental, economic, social, and technical. Then, using the failure factor analysis method, their effects were evaluated, and critical risks were identified. In the next step, Fuzzy TOPSIS hierarchical analysis method was used to prioritize critical risks according to the project objectives in accordance with the PMBOK project management standard. After prioritizing the critical risks, in accordance with the real conditions of these projects, suggestions were made to respond and face the critical risks
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