The failure of building projects or works is becoming endemic in the global stage, of which Ghana is of no exception. This study identified project manager related critical success factors that affect the success of building projects in Technical Universities in Ghana. Five technical universities were randomly selected for the study. The study selected 120 respondents using a purposive sampling technique. A self-administered questionnaire was used to collect data from the respondents. Descriptive data analysis methods such as mean, standard deviation, standard error was used to analyze the data. The analysis revealed that the project manager related critical success factors for construction projects in technical universities in Ghana included: the competence of the project manager; the experience of the project manager; the quality, cost and time commitment of the project manager; the project manager's authority to take decisions; and the leadership skills of the project manager. The conclusion from the study is that project managers play a very crucial role towards the success of building projects in the technical universities in Ghana.
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