ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

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How does the design phase of the project management life cycle differ in content and importance from the other phases?

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    design phase: Things can be modified with little cost in dollars, or time during the design phase. However, small design changes can cost big in lifecycle costs...material, construction time and cost, and lifetime operational and maintaneance costs. It is really important in the design phase to manage the lifetime costs. In real life, many dont.

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