https://doi.org/10.24928/2018/0437

Guidelines for Public Project Design Development

Antônio Arthur Fortaleza Neves1, Vitor Cruz Werton Sales2, Daniel Ribeiro Cardoso3 & José de Paula Barros Neto4

1Researcher of the GERCON, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Brazil, +55 85 987452506, arthur@artificearquitetura.com.br
2Researcher of the GERCON, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Brazil, +55 85 996845526, vitorwerton@hotmail.com
3Professor, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Brazil, +55 85 33669607, daniel.br@mac.com
4Professor, Federal University of Ceará (UFC), Brazil, +55 85 33669607, barrosneto@gercon.ufc.br

Abstract

The project development and budgets (PDB) process of public enterprises is carried out in a piecemeal fashion by stakeholders. This situation contributes to several inadequacies of constructions, mainly related to costs and deadlines. The present work aims to propose guidelines to the PDB process of public enterprises based on the Target Value Design (TVD) process and the identification of practices used in the investigated institutions. The study was carried out in four public institutions in Brazil, through qualitative research. The study approach was subdivided into three stages: process investigation based on the TVD; elaboration of guidelines for the process; and evaluation of these guidelines. As a result, the paper presents 13 guidelines distributed in three axes: project budgeting process; planning and process control; and BIM process. The present study demonstrates feasibility in the guidelines application, as evaluated by the investigated ones, thus allowing them to be used to construct integrated PDB processes models.

Keywords

Integration, Process, Target Value Design (TVD), Project Development Process.

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Neves, A.A.F. , Sales, V.C.W. , Cardoso, D.R. & Neto, J.D.P.B. 2018, 'Guidelines for Public Project Design Development' In:, 26th Annual Conference of the International Group for Lean Construction. Chennai, India, 18-20 Jul 2018. pp 560-570

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