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Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management
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Volume 3, Issue 4 - Dec 2002
Volume 3, Issue 3 - Sep 2002
Volume 3, Issue 2 - Jun 2002
Volume 3, Issue 1 - Mar 2002
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The Analysis of Risk Factors for Apartment Remodeling Feasibility Study
Lee Teck-Wn ; Kim Kyoon-Tai ; Han Choong-Hee ; Kim Sun-Kuk ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 3, issue 4, 2002, Pages 84~92
Recently, apartment-remodeling project is booming since various reconstruction controls are tightened. However, the project has difficulties because management systems used for apartment-remodeling projects are not available. Identifying and analyzing risk factors that are required for risk management, this paper suggests the risk level through paired comparison performed by AHP method and probability assessment for risk level analysis. It is expected that this research will be utilized to minimize the risk of apartment remodeling project and for basic materials to perform the project and helpful to change newly build-oriented construction into sustainable industries. Hereafter using the risk factor analysis data of this paper for this research project, risk management model is considered to be constructed.
Productivity Improvement through the Waste Elimination of Construction Process
Mun Jeong-Mun ; Kim Chang-Duk ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 3, issue 4, 2002, Pages 93~103
The reinforcement concrete work is the work affected by structural safety, durability, and schedule with form work. The domestic reinforcement concrete works have mainly worked the process of re-barfabrication/assembly on site. Finally it have low productivity. Then this paper analyzed waste factors and the process of re-bar fabrication/assembly on site for the productivity improvement and value-added productivity improvement. Waste factor analysis aims at maximizing value-added by the value analysis of re-bar fabrication and assembly on site. Finally, Value-AddingActivity(VAA)ismuchlessthan non-value adding activity. Especially, Non-Value-Adding Activity(NVAA) generates waste such as the activity steps, labors, equipments, materials, time, and soon. And it was non-flow production, over production, and analyzed into having to shift value. This paper aimsat maximizing value-addingactivity and minimizingnon value-addingactivity through waste factor analysis in process for the improvement of value added productivity.
A Study on the development of a leveling model for Knowledge Management in Construction Firms
Park Jae-Hyun ; Baik Jong-Keon ; Kim Jae-Joon ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 3, issue 4, 2002, Pages 104~113
Knowledge Management(KM), represented as a way to sustain or gain competitive edge in domestic construction companies since late 1990s economic fluctuation, whose priority is to transform individual tacit knowledge into explicit organizational one. Also, accompanied by academic researches, they come to turn their interests on KM leveling and its results. However, they went too far to KM results without commenting what their KM capabilities are and where they should lead. Thus, this research work suggests a leveling model for KM, especially construction company, whose role is to diagnose which parts they should be encouraged or how to strengthen their present capabilities.
A Control Account Planning Using Material Requirement Planning in Earned Value Project
Kim Soo-Yong ; Lee Yang-Ho ; An Dong-Geun ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 3, issue 4, 2002, Pages 114~122
Earned Value Management System(EVMS) is a management technique that is emerging as a valuable tool in the management of all projects, including and in particular construction projects. It is based on C/SCSC that has been released by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) in 1967. In a project that employs the earned value management concept, the project's measurable performance plans will be formed with the creation of CAPs. The formation of CAPs is a planning step necessary to form an earned value baseline. In this paper, a method is proposed to form CAPs using Material Requirement Planning(MRP) that is also known as a useful planning tool in the manufacturing industry. An application to a real project has been carried through workpackaging model.
The Study on Application of Advanced Maintenance and RePairBudgeting Model for Domestic Military Facilities
Park Chan-Sik ; Hong Sung-Ho ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 3, issue 4, 2002, Pages 123~131
The M&R(Maintenance & Repair) budgeting system for domestic military facilities based incremental budgeting model has caused many problems due to the difference between M&R requirement and budget, so military facility become early deterioration. this study proposes the application method of foreign M&R budgeting model for domestic military facility to improve current M&R budgeting system. In order to investigate the current status and problem of M&R budgeting system, this study reviewed various literature related characteristics and types of the foreign M&R budgeting model. The interview was performed for domestic military facility official. The model would greatly improve the current M&R budgeting process for the domestic military facilities.
The Study of Project Management Information System Establishment for Construction
Yoon Jae-Ho ; Moon Young-Il ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 3, issue 4, 2002, Pages 132~138
Recently, utilization of PMIS(Project Management Information System) is in high demand as it is desired to advance the construction market through cost reduction and quality improvement within the given schedule. However, PMIS developed by individual projects are mostly evolving around construction progress status due to the temporary nature of development period and use of the system by project executers is no more than perfunctory that results in limiting the effective communication between the project owner, project manager and constructor. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to review the PMIS developed so far, and present the direction for an effective PMIS.
Action to Improve the Reliability of Production Planning
Kim Daeyoung ;
Korean Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, volume 3, issue 4, 2002, Pages 139~144
Management of today's dynamic projects requires a shift of focus from product to process. The purpose of traditional project controls is to conform performance to plan. The purpose of lean project controls is to make the best possible choices at each point in time during the course of the project, as well as contributing knowledge to the parent organizations so they can learn from project experience. The Lean Construction Institute(LCI) proposed the Last Planner System(LPS) capable of accomplishing that purpose, principally through controlling the quality of planning and of management processes themselves, as distinct from concentrating exclusively on project performance. The case project was a pilot project for the implementation of the Last Planner. Consequently, the coordination of the work on this project was extremely successful. The project had its share of challenges. The coordination did not prevent design problems, or supplier errors, but helped the team deal with the problems effectively while maintaining the work flow. The last planner helped the contractors know: a) who will be doing what and where, b) what each one needs from the others, and c) what are the project priorities. The system itself created a more collaborative environment, because it 'demands' that the subcontractors address these issues.