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An Analysis on the Characteristics of Each Phase`s Risk Factors for High-Rise Development Project
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 Title & Authors
An Analysis on the Characteristics of Each Phase`s Risk Factors for High-Rise Development Project
Chun, Young-Jun; Cho, Joo-Hyun;
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 Abstract
The 106 buildings of 200 meters` height or greater were completed around the world in 2015 (CTBUH, The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat). They beat every previous year on record, including the previous record high of 99 completions in 2014. This brings the total number of 200-meter-plus buildings in the world to 1,040, exceeding 1,000 for the first time in history and marking a 392% increase from the year 2000, when only 265 existed. South Korea recorded three completions during 2015 - improving slightly over 2014, in which it had one. This study focused on the fact that high-rise building development project risks have not reduced in Korea in spite of numerous studies and measures. And it attempted to examine whether existing studies and measures have been presented on the basis of the accurate analysis of existing studies and measures and classify and analyze the characteristics of each phase` s risk factors in the hope that its results would be one reference point as to the measure to prevent high-rise building development project risks in the future. A high-rise building development project is the high risk project as compared with the low-rise project. Because a high-rise development project takes long and is very sensitive to the changing environment. Therefore, in order to succeed the project it becomes necessary to effectively manage the risk involved in the process of the high-rise building development project. The result of this study can be used as the guideline to make the risk management system for the high-rise development project.
 Keywords
High-rise Building;Real-Estate Development;Risk Factors;Revenue and Expense;AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process);
 Language
Korean
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