Factors caused for delays and alternatives in the Denpasar living world mall building project



  • I Made Anom Santiana Department of Civil Engineering Bali State Polytechnic, Indonesia
  • I Gede Sastra Wibawa Department of Civil Engineering Bali State Polytechnic, Indonesia
  • I Made Tapa Yasa Department of Civil Engineering Bali State Polytechnic, Indonesia
  • I Wayan Suasira Department of Civil Engineering Bali State Polytechnic, Indonesia
  • I Ketut Sutapa Department of Civil Engineering Bali State Polytechnic, Indonesia


alternative, building project, construction project, living world mall, project delay


Every construction project is always faced with the possibility of problems in the project. In reality, the implementation of construction projects always experiences obstacles that result in delays in the completion of work, so that the completion time of the work is not in accordance with the work plan that has been set. Delays that occur will cause losses for related parties, especially owners and contractors, because they are generally accompanied by conflicts, demands for time and costs, and deviations in the quality of project completion. Based on the thoughts and problems mentioned above, a research was conducted to determine the dominant factor causing delays in the execution time of work on the Denpasar Living World Mall Building Project which may be different from other projects and provide alternatives for handling the delay factor. This research was conducted at the Living World Mall Denpasar. Taking the research location based on consideration of the factor that has the most dominant influence on the delay in the implementation of the Living World Mall Development project based on the results of descriptive analysis is the Labor Factor (X2) with an RI value of 0.89. 


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How to Cite

Santiana, I. M. A., Wibawa, I. G. S., Yasa, I. M. T., Suasira, I. W., & Sutapa, I. K. (2022). Factors caused for delays and alternatives in the Denpasar living world mall building project. International Research Journal of Engineering, IT & Scientific Research, 8(6), 299–305. https://doi.org/10.21744/irjeis.v8n6.2209



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