I'm required to research an industry engineering project and analyse the way the project was managed over the project life cycle.

Is there a resource where you can access real industry project's documentation involving the management of the project. such as projects plans, quality control docs, work breakdown structures, risk analysis etc?

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    Those data is quite vital to companies. I assume they will not share it from an economic and a legal point of view. You might succeed if you focus on public organisations like NASA. You might find data from (quite) old projects... – Tob Apr 4 '17 at 18:52
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    The Chaos Report has a lot of links and referenced material in it. – Venture2099 Apr 5 '17 at 12:26
  • Bad idea, you should always create documentation which takes into account your specifics and then just evolutionary adjust it. In such a way you shall avoid unnecessary details. Or format no one reads. – Alexander Averchenko Jun 5 '17 at 12:41

You might be able to find some of that information in the form of white papers [1] [2] [3]. However, as @Tob states in comment, the level of detail you seek is generally not released. As an alternative, you may be able to partner with a project manager or three. They should be able to describe and exemplify their documentation.

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