Nabil Mohammad Dmaidi

Nabil Mohammad Dmaidi
An-Najah National University · Department of Civil Engineering

PHD in Construction Engineering and Mangement

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Introduction
Over 32 years experience in Strategic Planning, public awareness, project management, procurement management, contract management, project evaluation, time control, cost control, productivity improvement, cost modelling, developing and running training programs in project management, tendering process and construction management to Paltel group and engineers association. Lecturing courses related to project management, construction Contracts, cost estimates and tendering process.
Education
September 1992 - September 1995
University of Dundee
Field of study
  • Construction Engineering and Management
January 1984 - September 1985
Pennsylvania State University
Field of study
  • Construction Engineering and Management
October 1977 - June 1982
University of Jordan
Field of study
  • Civil Engineering

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Publications (7)
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The Palestinian construction sector is one of the key economic sectors and is the main force motivating the national economy. However, it is complex and affected by many constraints and obstacles that influence its outcomes. Therefore, this research was conducted with the aims to survey the construction contracting problems in Palestine from the di...
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The construction industry is one of the main sectors that provides important ingredients for the development of an economy. However, many projects experience extensive delays and thereby exceed initial time and cost estimates. Construction delay is considered to be one of the most recurring problems in the construction industry and it has an advers...
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Cost and time are interdependent by their very nature. However, cost and time are generally treated in isolation both informally and within the terms of the contract. In reality, cost and time interact throughout the construction cycle. Thus, cost and time models and modelling systems must facilitate the integration of cost with time. Recognition m...
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Cost and time models have been developed for road and bridge projects using resource significance analysis, which is in turn based on the 80/20 rule. The work packages in these models are designed to relate to site operations. They serve as the basis for measurement, estimating, planning, valuation and control in civil engineering projects. For def...
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The search for new approaches to design-construction information integration through the use of computer-based systems is invariably hindered by the need to adopt appropriate representational schemes for the design information by several professions architects, structural engineers, service engineers, quantity surveyors, and by small groups of sub-...

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