Fifth International Conference on Advances in Civil, Structural and Mechanical Engineering - CSM 2017
Author(s) : EMMANUEL DONKOH , MARTINA MURPHY , ROBERT EADIE
P ublic Private Partnership s (PPP) have been used in the constr uction industry to deliver critical infrastructure projects in various sectors. PPPs performance improvement is a current stakeholder concern due to numerous project failure s . T his research compares PPP s transport and health sector infrastructure in the Un ited Kingdom and Ghana to produce a sustainable performance improvement model. The r esearch aim is twofold: first, to develop an empirical performance improvement model for PPP best practice implementation for the UK and Ghanaian transport and health se cto r s . Second ly , it will examine and compare the UK and Ghanaian PPP transport and health sector stakeholders’ Critical Success Factors (CSF) and risks. A r igorous literature review on complex IPs was conducted into PPP transport and health sectors to identif y stakeholders CSF and risks in infrastructure sector projects. Four (4) Delphi expert panel s and statistical analysis will be used to identify the CSF and risk s for successful implementation. The p roposed research will establish valuable information for t he public and private sectors ’ stakeholder interest s when invest ing in transport and health infrastructure project s through PPP in both the UK and Ghanaian construction industr ies .