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Chapter 7 - Summary
Pages 93-94

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... The research team found that no single project delivery method was superior to all others and that transit agencies need to carefully analyze the characteristics of each project to find the project delivery method most suitable for meeting a project's requirements. The most common reasons for choosing an alternative project delivery method given by project directors interviewed for this research were the following: 1.
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... Project risks can also be quantified through well-established risk analysis techniques, and a decision regarding the most appropriate delivery method can be reached based on the costs of the risks associated with each delivery method. However, the quantitative approach requires significant effort and depends on the willingness of the owner agency to embark on this analysis and the availability of a risk assessment report for input into this process.

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