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The Effect of Capital Project Planning on Construction Project Delivery in Nigeria


The purpose of this article is to investigate the impact of capital project planning on project delivery in Nigeria. To do this, a survey of relevant literature on the subject was conducted in order to determine the effectiveness of solid project planning on the various capital projects. The study by Idoro (2012) & Inuwa (2015) in Nigeria, Fateh et al (2022) in Malaysia, Owuor (2022) in Kenya, Yehualashet (2023) in Ethiopia, Gaur (2023) in India and Baleni et al (2023) in Botswana gave credence to the fact that there is significant influence of project planning on the performance of construction projects. Oladigbolu et al (2022) further recommends that the use of all project planning methods, both employees and employers, enlightenment line of balance method for project planning, monitoring & evaluation would ensure optimum project performance. The Nigerian government and her multiple procurement organizations are challenged by the outcome of this research to demonstrate greater concern, devote more resources, and increase their efforts to project planning at the preconstruction stage of their projects.

Keywords: Project Performance, capital project, project delivery, project planning

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