Assessment of Covid-19 Pandemic Impacts on Construction Management: A Case of Local Government Unit-San Jose City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

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  • Clinfford O. Anasctacio
  • Kaye Ann G. Bernardino
  • Rick Donald S. Manzon
  • Lorinda E. Pascual
  • Noel T. Florencondia

Keywords:

Construction Management, Project Operation, Pandemic Response.

Abstract

The COVID-19 epidemic has had varied degrees of impact on business owners, developers, contractors, subcontractors, and supply chain providers. The nature of the repercussions and their scope are largely determined by the location of both the specific business and the underlying project. As a result of the suspension and, in some circumstances, the termination of partners or the entire project, there was a reduction in available commodities and manpower. Construction activity in several states and localities is in flux, depending on whether construction is classified as a necessary business. As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, construction industry participants now need to address both short and long-term commercial issues, as well as design project-by-project solutions in a new global and national context. The actual amount and complexity of the modifications required to manage the pandemic's problem are still unclear, and this study could be refined until vaccines or other treatments are widely available. These new realities have an impact on nearly every aspect of the construction process, including defaults, scheduling, coordination contracts, and project notification. The project can be paused, ended, and resumed. OSHA and Occupational Safety Compliance are two acronyms for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Material, subcontractor, and supply chain delays and consequences; human resource management Damage prevention or damage management; risk management and insurance. And, in the event of a health emergency, the LGU-San Jose City in Nueva Ecija's necessity for advice is strongly urged for efficient monitoring and oversight of the project. Contractors and project inspectors accomplish this by minimizing construction delays, finishing projects on time, and verifying that all workers are fit for work prior to performing relevant work under COVID-19, which contains a mechanism for assuring the company's survival and protection.

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Published

2021-12-13

How to Cite

Clinfford O. Anasctacio, Kaye Ann G. Bernardino, Rick Donald S. Manzon, Lorinda E. Pascual, & Noel T. Florencondia. (2021). Assessment of Covid-19 Pandemic Impacts on Construction Management: A Case of Local Government Unit-San Jose City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 2(12), 26–30. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/482

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