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UDK: 69.008.001.3
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Published: Građevinar 63 (2011) 3
Paper type: Subject review
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Determining priorities for managing risk on construction projects

Anita Cerić, Tamara Marić

Abstract

The paper starts with assertion that a quality-based approach should be applied to determine priority list for risk management in cases when an appropriate data base is not available, or when calculation parameters are not sufficient. Techniques most often used in the qualitative analysis of risk are presented. After comparison of three techniques, it has been established that the analytical hierarchy process (AHP) is the most complete and the most flexible technique for ensuring a qualitative approach to risk management on construction projects.

Keywords
determination of priorities, qualitative approach, analytical hierarchy process, construction project, risk, risk management

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Cerić, A., Marić, T.: Determining priorities for managing risk on construction projects, GRAĐEVINAR, 63 (2011) 3

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Cerić, A., Marić, T. (2011). Determining priorities for managing risk on construction projects, GRAĐEVINAR, 63 (3)
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Anita Cerić
University of Zagreb,
Faculty of Civil Engineering

Tamara Marić
Agency for Legal Traffic and Real Estating