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Reasons for schedule delay in construction projects worldwide 2008

This statistic shows the most common reasons for schedule delay in construction projects around the world as of 2008. Data is based on a survey among leaders in the construction industry. A project having a poorly defined scope as well as design creep were considered the most common reasons with 57 percent of respondents considering them to be a reason the completion of a project was delayed.

Reasons for schedule delay in construction projects worldwide, as of 2008

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Release date

December 2013

Region

Worldwide

Survey time period

2008

Supplementary notes

Percentages do not sum to 100 as respondents were able to answer to with more than one reason.

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