Enhancing Architects' Quality Of Work in Building Project Delivery Process
Lubis, Amy Marisa
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Obtaining rewards believed to be a motivator for the employees to work harder and deliver better quality in their work. Deliver a high quality of work is one of the ways to ensure architects will remain competitive and survive in the construction industry. Thus, this study aims to analyze the impact of rewards on architect’s quality of work in building project delivery process. The assessment of architect’s quality of work was carried out using the self evaluation through a questionnaire survey of registered architects in Indonesia. There were 222 completed and usable questionnaires received and used for data analysis. Data analysis includes factor analysis, reliability analysis, and regression analysis. The results revealed that rewards can determine 12.9% of architects’ quality of work in building project delivery process. The results can be used as a valuable feedback for the architects, clients and people on the top management of consultant firms to identify the extent of architects’ work quality in building project delivery process. This study also provides useful feedback for the employers and the clients to enhance the quality of work of their key design contributor by providing the appropriate rewards to achieve higher performance in building project delivery process.