Research on Project Management System in the Delivery of Green Development from Stakeholders Perspective

Md. Sayuti Ishak, Nurul Atilia Aida Mat Saad


While green development has been spread largely in construction industry in Malaysia, there is still gap in integration of green development and project management. It is undeniable that many people in the industry are alert to this green technology. However, some of them are refused to apply green building technologies due to several reasons. Green concept is practically not accepted widely in industry as many developers are refuse to apply it in their projects. Hence, the aim of this study is to determine the green practices that need to be done and added in traditional project management from stakeholder perception so it will speed up their acceptance of green technology in construction industry. Method used in determining the practices and analyze the result is the 5-point Likert scale and SPSS software. The result show that only 48 practices in all construction phase are accepted to be implement in green project by all stakeholders. This research also proposed a green project management framework that are realistic and practicable by taking into consideration of stakeholders’ perspective.

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