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Volume 25, Issue 2, 2024

developing adaptive multi dimension road construction management using EDAS technique

Ayat Nazar Jabbar, Sepanta Naimi

> DOI: https://jeeng.net/issue/view/?id=82

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EDAS, success factors, fail factors



Adaptive road construction project Management is considered a major challenge in economic development issues. This research looks into the many variables that can have an impact on building projects. Unfortunately, infrastructure projects in Iraq have slowed the country's progress, so effective methods of project management using actual databases are urgently needed. This research established a centralized data bank with a collection of specialized maps depicting the status of infrastructure projects in Iraq, and it also produced an advanced administrative system via effective success and failure elements that allow administration of projects. Implementing adaptive features during road construction projects is the primary problem of this study. There are three stages to the study methodology; the first is the Delphi technique, which is used to determine the first set of influential elements. The EDAS method is employed in the second approach, and it provides the most useful information regarding the aspects that can effect road construction projects positively or negatively. According to the findings, there are a number of effective factors that can lead to the failure of road construction projects. These include insufficient site security, poor site management and supervision, ineffective field management, inexperienced equipment operators, and insufficient consultant experience. The expert thinks this is a really important finding