Construction glossary term

Project Stakeholder

A project stakeholder in construction refers to any individual or group who has a direct or indirect interest or involvement in a construction project. This includes the client, architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, regulatory bodies, local authorities, and the surrounding community. Each stakeholder has a unique set of goals, expectations, and objectives that can impact the project's outcome and success.

Understanding and managing stakeholder expectations is crucial for effective communication, collaboration, and decision-making throughout the construction project lifecycle. Stakeholders must be identified, engaged, and communicated with regularly to ensure that their needs are met, and the project's objectives are achieved. Failure to involve and engage stakeholders can result in conflicts, delays, additional costs, and a negative impact on the project's overall success.

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