Investigation on the Causes of Cost Overrun in Federal Road Projects in North Shewa Zone

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Investigation on the Causes of Cost Overrun in Federal Road Projects in North Shewa Zone

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Fentahun Cherie Worknep, Habtamu Washe Mite21.2 Statement of The Problem1.3. Objectives2.1. Research Designb) The Study Period2.2 Research Approacp.3. Sampling Population and Sampling Technique2.3.2. Sampling Technique2.4. Sources of Data and Data Collection Instrumentsb) Secondary Data2.4.2. Data Collection Instrumentsa) Questionnaireb) Interviewc) Observationd) Desk study2.5. Methods of Data Analysis3.1. Analysis & Discussion of Results from Desk Study3.1.2 Causes of Cost Overrun from Desk Study Results3.1.3 Effects of Cost Overrun from Desk Study Results3.2. Analysis & Discussion of Results from Questionnaire Survey3.2.1. Analysis of Questionnaire Response Ratea) The Client (ERA)b) The Consultantsc) The Contractors3.2.2. Analysis for the Quality of Respondentsa) Experience of Companies in the Road Construction Projectsb)c) Position of Respondents in the Organizationd) Experience of Respondents in the Road Construction Projects3.2.3. Existence, Extent and Occurrences of Cost Overrun Analysisb) Analysis of the Extent of Cost overrun problemc) Analysis the Occurrences of Cost overrun problem3.2.4. Analysis of Cost Overrun Causes from Questionnaire Surveyc) Causes of Cost overrun from Contractors View3.2.5. Analysis of Cost Overrun Effects from Questionnaire Survey3.2.6. Methods to Handle the Project Cost from Questionnaire Surveyi. Unit of Accommodation Methodii. Elemental cost plan methodiii. Approximate quantity methodiv. Analytical estimating methodv. Operational estimating method3.2.7. Tests for Agreements on The Causes and Effects of Cost Overrun Among Stakeholdersa) Correlation test on the ranking of causes of cost overrunb) Correlation test on the ranking of effects of cost overrun5.1. Recommendations for Employer (ERA)5. 2. Recommendations for Consultants5.3. Recommendations for Contractors5.4. Recommendations for Government

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