Modern Project Management

(ISSN: 2317-3963)

Incidence in Licensing Management Activities in Building Project Life Cycle: A Strategic Matter of Knowledge

Adolfo García Ruiz-Espiga
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Spain
Manuel José Soler Severino
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Spain
Antonio Humero Martín
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Titular Professor at Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid Spain


The architectural project faces the challenge of the constant search of improving productivity, and the optimization of processes. This requires detailed analysis of processes, in such a way that we can identify where there are relatively more incidents, and of these, those that have the greatest impact on the development of the project. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the impact of the incidents of the Licensing Management activities in the phases of the life cycle of the building project. The data here in has been obtained from the analysis of projects carried out in the city of Madrid, taken specifically as a reference given the complexity of its regulations. The study identifies the degree of impact in each of the project phases, and the results justify the proposal of a new role in the project team, and because of its strategic importance, of a specific chapter in the reference standards

Keywords: Licensing Management, License Management, Project Management, Building Authorizations, Risk Management.



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