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Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management
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Korean Institute Of Construction Engineering and Management
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Volume 2, Issue 4 - Dec 2001
Volume 2, Issue 3 - Sep 2001
Volume 2, Issue 2 - Jun 2001
Volume 2, Issue 1 - Mar 2001
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Improvement Scheme of System for Apartment Housing Remodeling Activity
Kim Yong-Sung ; Lee Chan-Shik ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 2, issue 1, 2001, Pages 57~67
In 1999, a residence stock amounts to 11 million units and apartment housing holds 57.6 percent of the residence stock. Without proper remodeling for apartment housing, a significant portion of them would be expected to be demolished shorter than their life-time due to socioeconomic reasons. Apartment housing is maintained depending on government regulations such as 'Housing Construction Promotion Code' and 'Apartment Housing Maintenance Ordinance'. However, there are many problems with implementation of them. In order to solve the problems, we focus on the remodeling system that includes Maintenance of Apartment Housing, Finance and Taxation, Special Repair Appropriation Budget, Resource Quality and Standard Plan, and Remodeling associated with the code. And this study, which being compared with the foreign remodeling system, presents the improvement scheme of system for apartment housing remodeling. This study aims to promote remodeling apartment housing and provide the suitable scheme for remodeling activities.
Works for the Implementation of Knowledge Management Systems to the Construction Industry
Jung In-Su ; Kim Seung-Kyun ; Cho Moon-Young ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 2, issue 1, 2001, Pages 68~77
MOCT(Ministry of Construction & Transportation) suggested 'A Plan for Implementation of Knowledge-based Economy for the Construction Industry' to add high value to the construction industry by means of knowledge-based management techniques. However, there are no guidelines which help the bodies of the construction industry(government, research center / university, enterprise, etc) with doing a knowledge management. So it is difficult to implement the knowledge management systems for the construction industry. To establish the knowledge portal for the construction industry, the objective of this study is to present works, which help the bodies of the construction Industry(government, research center/university, enterprise, etc) with doing knowledge activities efficiently. To accomplish this objective, we analyzed the overall knowledge management activities. And we suggested an implementing direction of the knowledge management systems for the construction industry and a strategy for implementing the knowledge management systems in the construction industry. As results of this study, we established a strategy of knowledge management and works of the bodies of the construction industry(government, research center / university, enterprise, etc) We expect that the results of this study will be used as a manual of the bodies of the construction industry for implementing knowledge management systems and the knowledge portal that brings the construction industry to high value added industry.
A Study on the Suggestion of Construction Contract Practice in the Public Project through the analysis of Construction Claims
Cho Young-Jun ; Hyun Chang-Taek ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 2, issue 1, 2001, Pages 78~87
Recently many construction claims related to the ommission and discrepancy of design document are alleged since 1998 and various dispute resolution methods are appeared. But many contractors alleged claims are not satisfied with the result because of not sufficiently reflecting construction practice. The purpose of this study is to analyze the liability of contract privity from the view point of the contract related law and to analyze the claims and claim factor, and to suggest construction contract practice in the public project. The construction claims related to the design document may be minimized, through (1) the accumulation and retrieval of standard forms by owners' type, (2) the usage of specified specification considering project characteristics, (3) the materialization of detail subsurface design and various contract method in heavy engineering construction.
A Study on Project Resource & Information Management with Internet Application(PRIMA system)
Kim Oe-Gon ; Lee Dong-Ryul ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 2, issue 1, 2001, Pages 88~97
The Internet, the main issue of a new millennium, is being researched vitally for the progress of the construction industry, and the construction industry is considered to be led into a high-value added state-of-arts technology industry through CALS. Even if many construction companies gradually widen the use of the Internet for various purposes such as an electronic bidding system and an e-commerce system, the companies are still demanded to use the Internet more broadly and practically. Hence, the need for a tool for fast decision making and an effective construction management has risen. The PRIMA system has been developed specifically focused on meeting with those recent changes of the construction industry. This system is composed of three parts. Those are Just In Time(JIT) management, integrated application of man power
work management and decision making process based on real-time information in the Internet. The usefulness of the PRIMA system has already been proved in a super-scale construction project. As the Internet environment get improved the use of the tool will be spread out gradually for many construction projects, regardless their size and location.
A Study on the Problem Analysis and Improvement Plan Development of the Construction Cost Saving Policy in the Public Educational Facilities Projects
Ock Jong-Ho ; Han Seung-Hyen ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 2, issue 1, 2001, Pages 98~106
The Ministry of Education and Human Resource Development has implemented the Construction Cost Saving Policy since 1998. The National Universities and Regional Education Committee have been required to follow the details of the Policy in constructing educational facilities in their jurisdiction. While the Policy has positive effect on construction cost saving of the entities, it has been criticized from the beginning of the Policy implementation because of its negative impact on project quality, education quality, trust in the public sector construction business, and solvent operation of the private construction companies which build the educational facilities in the entities. The research aims at investigating the pitfalls of the Policy and suggesting more reasonable approaches that can satisfy both the governmental entities and the private companies.