International Journal of Civil & Structural Engineering
Author(s) : NAZEEM ANSARY, OLANREWAJU ABDUL BALOGUN
this paper gives an understanding into the variables which affect upon the determination of dispute resolution strategies on a public projects in the construction industry in Gauteng Province of South Africa. The accompanying elements are utilized, for example, cost, speed, result, enforceability,protection and classification, open and reasonableness, control,adaptability inventive cures and connections. The dispute review board will be compared with alternative dispute resolution methods to demonstrate the differences and the impact it has on construction performance, primarily time, cost and quality. The Survey questionnaire were used to justify the relative importance of these factors in the selection of dispute resolution methods is examined and through one-on-one interviews, the efficiency of the current alternative dispute resolution methods operating in Gauteng construction industry is compared with the efficiency of the dispute review board.Concerns with respect to the utilization of DRB emerging from high costs, absence of confidence in the board's capacity to accomplish characteristics of non-partisanship and fairness in the determination of wide individuals and additionally the general state of mind of protection from change in the exceedingly ill-disposed culture of the development business will be talked about.Negotiation is as yet the favoured strategy for dispute resolution in construction industry Gauteng province.