An-Najah National University


Associated Professor in Construction Engineering and Management

  • Bookmark and Share Email
  • Wednesday, January 1, 2003
  • The state of the art of integration of Cost and Time Models.
  • Published at:Not Found
  • 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 must also be given to the need to integrate cost and time, and suitable contractual procedures for utilising more advanced styles of modelling must be implemented. In this paper traditional and emerging models of cost and time are reviewed and the contractual context of cost and time integration is explored. This review seeks to ascertain if and why models and contracts have failed to satisfy this particular requirement, as well as the other requirements placed upon them.

  • Bookmark and Share Email
Leave a Comment


  • No Attachments Found for this Article


Nabil Moh. Dmaidi
Associate professor in Construction Engineering and Management. Dean of Engineering Faculty.
Show Full ProfileEnglish CV
Please do not email me if you do not know me
Please do not e-mail me if you do not know me