The Assessment of Construction Project Risks with the Use of Fuzzy Delphi Methodology- Case Study Photovoltaic Project in Greece
International Journal of Management and Fuzzy Systems
Volume 4, Issue 1, March 2018, Pages: 7-14
Received: May 14, 2017; Accepted: Jun. 14, 2017; Published: May 17, 2018
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Odysseas Manoliadis, Department of Civil Engineering, Democritus University of Thrace, Xanthi, Greece
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Abstract
In this paper a hierarchical risk breakdown structure representation is used to develop qualitative risk assessment in a IPMA project. A common language for describing risks so as to achieve consistent quantification likelihoods and impacts is presented. The relationships between risks and their consequences are represented. These diagrams and the concepts of Fuzzy Delphi method are applied to identify relationships between risks and consequences on project performance measures. A methodology based on IPMA Competence Baseline (ICB) standards and Fuzzy Delphi developed by the International Project Management Association’s (IPMA) and the project management baseline (pmb) is described. Following a similar approach, a relative small, low budget and non-complex photovoltaic power plant, presenting an actual case study of the installation of a 10 kW, roof-top, integrated photovoltaic system, for domestic use, in a residence building in the region of East Attica, Greece is presented. At first, a brief description of the system of the project is summarized, including general information and basic technical characteristics. Next, the basic project planning documents, in the form of tables or charts, are deployed, taking into account the sequence they follow and the interrelationships between them. Finally, general conclusions regarding the whole process are stated.
Keywords
Fuzzy Logic. Fuzzy Delphi, Risk Assessment, Project Management Standards, IPMA Competence Baseline, Project Management Baseline, Photovoltaic Systems
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Odysseas Manoliadis, The Assessment of Construction Project Risks with the Use of Fuzzy Delphi Methodology- Case Study Photovoltaic Project in Greece, International Journal of Management and Fuzzy Systems. Vol. 4, No. 1, 2018, pp. 7-14. doi: 10.11648/j.ijmfs.20180401.12
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