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Understanding the conditions of trust in the ALT and AMT relationships in project alliancing

She, Ling-Ye and Mills, Anthony 2011, Understanding the conditions of trust in the ALT and AMT relationships in project alliancing, in COBRA 2011 : Proceedings of the RICS Construction and Property Conference, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), [Manchester, U. K.], pp. 1637-1648.

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Title Understanding the conditions of trust in the ALT and AMT relationships in project alliancing
Author(s) She, Ling-Ye
Mills, Anthony
Conference name Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors International Research Conference (2011 : Manchester, U. K.)
Conference location Manchester, U. K.
Conference dates 11-13 Sep. 2011
Title of proceedings COBRA 2011 : Proceedings of the RICS Construction and Property Conference
Editor(s) Ruddock, Les
Chynoweth, Paul
Egbu, Charles
Sutrisna, Monty
Parsa, Ali
Publication date 2011
Conference series Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors International Research Conference
Start page 1637
End page 1648
Total pages 12
Publisher Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
Place of publication [Manchester, U. K.]
Keyword(s) project alliancing
procurement
trust
Summary This research also aims to develop a robust trust framework which can improve the understanding of the theory to support trust in alliancing, in particular the ALT and AMT relationship to improve project success factors. Research in trust within the construction industry has not yet examined how the relational signals within the five situations in the normative framework identified by Siegwart Lindenberg affect the level of trustworthiness between partners. More research is necessary to explore potential frameworks that can be used as the basis for future research in trust. Data from previous research in the performance of alliance has been used to verify the proposed framework. The framework will be developed in the ALT and AMT relationship to improve project success factors within the alliance. The originality of this research is trying to understand trust in the context of project alliancing in Australia as there are an increasing number of construction projects using the alliancing procurement method. Additionally, this research is examining the conditions of trust from the ALT and AMT teams specifically formed for the collaboration of project alliancing.
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ISBN 9781907842191
Language eng
Field of Research 120201 Building Construction Management and Project Planning
Socio Economic Objective 870402 Commercial Construction Processes
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
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Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30042362

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