A STUDY ON THE RESTRICTING MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE: EVIDENCE FROM GHANA


Agyemang Fredua Sylvester Prempeh, Minkah Andrews Yaw, Emmanuel Bosompem Boadi
Dr, Jiangsu University
Abstract
The research aim is to assess the restricting maintenance management practice in Ghana mainly focusing on Kumasi Sports stadium. Specifically, how restricting maintenance practices such as, absence of maintenance policy (AMP); ignoring maintenance responsibility (IMR) and Poor Infrastructure design (PID) affect public facilities in Ghana. A Self-administered questionnaire was used to collect primary data after a pilot test. The data were described using frequency distribution and percentages. The results from multiple regression analysis indicated that there is a positive significant linear relationship between Restricting Maintenance Management Practices and Public Infrastructure in Ghana due to the fact that Restricting Maintenance Practices affects the betterment of the stadia leading it to deteriorate. The study recommends there should be a maintenance policy that compels stakeholders to be accountable for ignoring maintenance responsibility
Keywords: Public Infrastructure, stadium, Facility Maintenance Management, Restricting Maintenance Practice
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)

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Published on : 2022-03-05

Vol : 7
Issue : 3
Month : March
Year : 2022
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