ÄTA-arbeten på Trafikverket

Detta är en Uppsats för yrkesexamina på grundnivå från Umeå universitet/Institutionen för tillämpad fysik och elektronik

Sammanfattning:

“ÄTA-work” (Changes, Supplementary and Retiring works) is more or less common in all construction projects whether it is about houses, roads or railways, in the planning stage, or in the construction stage. For the Swedish Transport Administration, which is the largest purchaser of infrastructure in Sweden, ÄTA-work is a hotter topic than ever.Economists and managers want to draw conclusions on the projects share ÄTA-work, while the project manager is concerned about whether it is possible to draw any conclusions at all as each project is unique in itself and has its own merits. There is a big variation in the amount of ÄTA-work in different geographic districts in the Swedish Transport Administration.This study shows that the Swedish Transport Administration does not have a unanimous approach regarding the management of “ÄTA-work”. Forms and systems is not fully used and “ÄTA-works” are accounted wrong in many projects, sometimes because of the project managers’ hesitation about how to handle it.

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