Investments on construction facilities can be motivated by feasibility and profitability indices of alternative initiatives. However, the potentials of projects to meet prescribed goals are being constrained by risks and uncertainties associated with process challenges and procedural frameworks. This study explores the relationship between feasibility sub-systems and profitability indices of selected case studies. The study concludes with insights into the feasibility indices of project initiation and construction processes as they relate to facility management's goals. From the array of variables provided in the study, analysis shows that design sufficiency, buildability and constructability, operability and sustainability are more responsive to the prospects of profitability.
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