Quality Risks Performance through Monitoring and Control: The Role of Subcontractor Construction Management at the Gas Unitization Project

  • Agung Mahendro
  • Sutanto Hidayat
  • Maranatha Wijayaningtyas
Keywords: control, construction, monitoring, performance quality, risk management


Due to rising levels of complexity and intense competition, effective risk management is a must for any project manager hoping to see their work through to completion. Since risks are evaluated according to their possible impact on project goals, there is a direct correlation between good risk management and successful projects. To minimise deviations from objectives, monitoring and control are carried out regularly. This research aims to directly analyse the influence of direct technical, financial, resource, managerial, and communication risks from subcontractors on the quality of building construction performance and through monitoring and control intervening. This study used a quantitative approach through questionnaires and documentation. The participants in this study were 39 individuals who were directly involved with PT—Rekayasa Industri subcontractors on the Jambaran Tiung Biru project. The subcontractors were responsible for completing a specific work package. According to the Partial Least Square analysis, technical and resource risks negatively and significantly impact building performance quality. Financial and managerial risks substantially and indirectly influence the quality of building construction performance through monitoring and control.


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How to Cite
Mahendro, A., Hidayat, S., & Wijayaningtyas, M. (2024). Quality Risks Performance through Monitoring and Control: The Role of Subcontractor Construction Management at the Gas Unitization Project . European Journal of Science, Innovation and Technology, 4(1), 99-107. Retrieved from https://ejsit-journal.com/index.php/ejsit/article/view/366