Analysis of construction workload responsibility, U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command
Gamez, Joshua Jon
Tucker, Richard L.
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This thesis analyzes workload responsibility of construction administration personnel within the U. S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) and compares to three industry owner organizations (two public and one private). Specifically, an analysis of construction workload responsibility for three NAVFAC Field Office positions: Project Manager, Contract Specialist, and Quality Assurance Representative, is compared to industry personnel with equivalent positions and/or responsibilities. Additionally, the author discusses factors that influence the level of responsibility for the organizations' respective positions. The period of study is fiscal years 2000 through 2002. A questionnaire was utilized together with personal and phone interviews to complete this study.
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