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Application Effect Analysis of The Modular Construction Method in The Extension Works
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 Title & Authors
Application Effect Analysis of The Modular Construction Method in The Extension Works
Kim, Hakcheol; Shin, Dongwoo; Cha, Heesung; Kim, Kyungrai;
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 Abstract
The modular construction method has been getting more attention followed by global eco-friendly trend as the domestic construction industry has focused more on remodeling and extension work. The modular construction method is an industrialized construction system which is not likely as the existing construction method it manufactures more than 70% modules at the factory then assembling can be completed in a short amount of time on site. The modular construction method has various strengths; shortening of construction period by on-site work decrease, weight pressure reduction by usage of light steel frames and cost saving by repetitive manufacturing. However, it is currently not expanded due to the existing commercialized construction method. Therefore, this research is in order to help the related authorities make decisions to select the construction method and motivate expansion of modular construction method which can be utilized effectively in the extension works. The intention of this research is to stress differentiation from other construction methods in construction period, construction expenses, labor and forces by comparing and analyzing actual cases, to inform competitiveness of modular construction method by concrete effect analysis and to support adoption of the modular construction method into the domestic industry.
 Keywords
Extension works;Modular construction method;Application effect analysis;
 Language
Korean
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