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The stakeholders are a significant source of uncertainty in construction project. The successful construction project management are often administered only the responsible managers take into consideration the potential influence of the project's stakeholders. Construction projects are traditionally divided into series of activities or operations undertaken by different individuals or groups who may have different levels of interest and or involvement within the project. Construction projects are generally unique in nature supported their fragmentation, processes and interaction with numerous parties; and a bit like the other venture, are constrained by time and resources which are needed for the projects to be delivered. Therefore, the tactic of design and execution of construction projects constitutes a posh system which involves collaboration and negotiations among many stakeholders which can include the clients, designers, contractors, local authorities and thus the  general project environment etc. The various parties involved both directly and indirectly on the project are mentioned because the project stakeholders whose management is significant to achieving project success. Therefore, Stakeholder management has been recognized as a crucial strategy for achieving project success in construction projects.

This study wont to identify and evaluate Critical Success Factors affecting stakeholder management in construction projects, employing a questionnaire survey among construction professionals for validate 30 Critical Success Factors identified from the literature reviewed. Decision making, Information input, Management support was highly ranked groups among the various factors. Managing of all the factors will helps successful delivery of the project.

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Poornima Vijayan, & Gokul Deepan. (2021). Effectiveness Of Stakeholder Management In Construction Industry. International Journal of Intellectual Advancements and Research in Engineering Computations, 9(3), 60–68. Retrieved from