The roots to conflicting interests among different partners in a dbfm consortium

J.M. Heuckelum, R. Favie, P.J.A. Peekel, A.L.M. Eekelen, van, G.J. Maas

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Abstract

The paper describes a theory for identifying the roots of conflicting interests in DBFM-consortia. The Theory that ha been developed analyses the possible conflicting interests based on three complementary tension fields, where for every tension field relevant aspects are defined from existing literature. By rating the individual aspects a statement can be made about the possibility that conflicting interests might occur in one of these three tension fields. Because of the fact that (some of) the aspects are controllable (like investments made, or possible future deals), the probability of conflicting interests to occur can be reduced. This should lead to more insight in the way a consortium should be managed with regard to conflicting interests. The principles described are not only applicable to DBFM-projects, but can also be used in other forms of collaboration.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCIB World Building Congress 'Construction for Development' , Cape Town, South Africa, May 2007
EditorsR. Milford
Place of PublicationCape Town
PublisherInternational Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB)
Pages433-440
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Event17th CIB World Building Congress, May 14-17, 2007, Cape Town, South Africa - Cape Town, South Africa
Duration: 14 May 200717 May 2007

Conference

Conference17th CIB World Building Congress, May 14-17, 2007, Cape Town, South Africa
CountrySouth Africa
CityCape Town
Period14/05/0717/05/07
Other"Construction for Development"

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