Risk Factors Affecting the Performance of Repair and Rehabilitation Construction Projects in Gaza Strip

Ali Tayeh


Construction repair projects in Gaza Strip have complexity in its nature because it suffers from many problems and complex issues during project execution. This research attempts to shed more light on the different kinds of risk factors and its impact on construction repair and rehabilitation projects in Gaza Strip.

The current research primarily employed the method of questionnaire surveys to collect the required data. Following a thorough literature review and structured interviews with professionals who have work experience in the field of construction repair projects in Gaza Strip. Comprehensive list of risk parameters was identified and categorized into ten groups with total fifty- nine of risk parameters. Then, Fifty- two questionnaires were distributed to companies working in the field of construction repair projects in Gaza Strip.

A statistical analysis was conducted to calculate mean, standard deviation (SD) and standard error (SE) for each of the risk factors' parameters. The results were accepted when the value of the standard error is less than 0.2. A comment on the results that have been reached is shown in order to illustrate the extent of the impact of those risks on construction repair projects in Gaza Strip. Based on the analysis and corresponding probability - impact matrix, a total of twenty - three risk parameters were identified to be the most significant risk factors.

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