JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
A Study on Non-working Day Calculation Standards and Days of Non-working for Estimation of Optimum Duration in the Frame Work of Apartment Building Construction
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
 Title & Authors
A Study on Non-working Day Calculation Standards and Days of Non-working for Estimation of Optimum Duration in the Frame Work of Apartment Building Construction
Bang, Jong-Dae; Song, Sang-Hoon; Cho, Gun-Hee; Sohn, Jeong-Rak; Kim, Jin-Won;
 
 Abstract
Non-working day in the construction work is closely related with the construction duration and one of the most important factors in the process planning. Although most construction companies in domestic can accurately calculate working days, these companies are difficult to calculate exactly days of non-working because the calculation standard of non-working day is insufficient. Although previous studies have suggested the calculation standard of non-working day due to weather conditions, these studies didn't provide a standard to determine whether the next day is working day or non-working day when it had much rain and snow. In this study, we proposed the new calculation standards of non-working day and days of non-working of 30 cities about the frame works. The results of this study will be useful to estimate the proper construction duration for 30 cities. Also, these will be utilized to find start time for the profitable construction duration in the same project of the same area. Finally, The results of this study will be helped to save construction cost and improve quality of apartment housing.
 Keywords
Frame work;Apartment housing;Non-working day;Weather condition;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
공동주택 골조공사의 적정공기 판단모델,설도균;김대영;김대영;정성춘;허영기;

대한건축학회논문집:구조계, 2016. vol.32. 12, pp.61-67 crossref(new window)
 References
1.
Bang, J. D., Song, S. H., Coh, G. H., Sohn, J. R., & Kim, J. W. (2015), A Study on Non-working Day Calculation Standards and Days of Non-working for Estimation of Optimum Duration in the Excavation and Foundation Work. Architectural Institute of Korea, 31(7), 19-26

2.
Bang, J. D., Han, C. H., & Kim, S. k. (2004), Optimization of estimating duration of the structural frame for the high-rise apartment housing during the winter season. Korea Institute of Construction Engineering and Management, 5(6), 170-178

3.
Corps of Engineers, The contract clause entitled "Default (Fixed-Price Construction)", (ER 415-1-15, 31 Otc 89)

4.
Jang, M. H., & Yoon, Y.S. (2008), A method of using real-time weather information to manage construction schedule. Architectural Institute of Korea, 24(9), 123-130

5.
Jeong, S. N., & Lee, H. K. (2003), A study on the method of decision making for the optimal starting time considering the climate elements. Architectural Institute of Korea, 19(5), 113-120

6.
Oh, Y. I., Sohn, J. R., & Lee, J. H. (2002), A study of construction management for five work days per week, Housing & Urban Research Institute Korea National Housing Corporation

7.
Korea Meteorological Administration, www.kma.go.kr

8.
Ministry of Government Legislation, www.moleg.go.kr

9.
Shin, J. W., Ryu, H. G., Lee, H. S., & Park, M. S. (2007), Probabilistic model to forecast the duration of structural work in high-rise building construction considering weather elements. Architectural Institute of Korea, 23(6), 123-132

10.
Shin, J. H., Lee, J. A., & Lee, C. S. (2005), The estimation of non-working days for the construction projection project in Incheon region. Korea Institute of Construction Engineering and Management, 6(1), 58-64