Masterman described project procurement as the organizational structure needed to design and build construction projects for a particular client. That is very true to an extent because the procedure of "obtaining" a building by a customer involves a group of folks who are brought together and organized systematically in term with their roles, duties, duties and interrelationship between them. After assessing all options and confirming the need for a construction project, a more detailed case for the project should be developed. A strategic method of procurement should be predicated on understanding the client's business needs and drivers, also to fully appreciate the marketplace where it operates. That is absolutely fundamental in establishing how efficient the construction project can assist the client in reaching business success.