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Title Construction Research 2003 : winds of change, integration and innovation in construction / Keith R. Molenaar, Paul S. Chinowsky, editors.
Imprint Reston, Va. : American Society of Civil Engineers, [2004]


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Description 1 online resource : illustrations (some color)
Note Title from Web page (viewed Feb. 17, 2006).
"Construction Research Congress 2003, March 19-21, 2003, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA."
Order of papers in online table of contents varies.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Subject Building -- Technological innovations -- Congresses.
Construction industry -- Congresses.
Engineering -- Technological innovations -- Congresses.
Genre Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents The Tier I Construction Work Force Management Strategy -- A Revolutionary and Structured Approach to Construction Work Force Management: The Tier II Strategy -- What's Wrong with Working in Construction? How Image and Diversity Issues Are Affecting the Shortage of Skilled Labor -- Worker Satisfaction and Job Preferences in the U.S. Construction Industry -- Construction Productivity Improvement: A Study of Human, Management, and External Issues -- Factors Affecting the Productivity of the Construction Industry in Thailand: The Foremen's Perception -- Measuring Apprentice Effectiveness in an Industrial Construction Setting -- Absenteeism and Turnover Impact on Labor Productivity for Electrical Contractors -- Measuring and Estimating Steel Drafting Productivity -- Designer Construction Knowledge and Its Effects -- "Disputology" in the International Construction Industry -- Forecasting Performance Evaluation: Does a Complicated Model Outweigh a Simple One? -- Developing a Standard Approach for Construction Field Rework Assessment -- A Review of Constructibility Barriers and Issues in Highway Construction -- Resource Modeling for Advanced Technology Facilities -- Impact of Information Concepts on Construction Performance -- Quality and Change Management Framework for Concurrent Design and Construction -- Providing Cost and Constructability Feedback to Designers -- The Development of Appropriate Measurements for the International Comparison of Contractor Performance -- Wireless Site-Network for Construction: A Win-Win Strategy for GCs -- Resources and Field Technology for Sign Management System Implementation -- DSM Versus CPM: Issues for Planning Design and Construction Activities -- Linear Workshop Process Scheduling using Neural Nets -- Engineering Mandates Stipulated in OSHA Regulations -- Rethinking Safety: Learning to Work Near The Edge -- Reciprocal Determinism Model of Safety -- Evaluating Innovative Construction Management Methods -- Measurement of Construction Phase Success of Projects -- GA-Based Multiobjective Technique for Multi-Resource Leveling -- Safety and Economy of Shoring/Reshoring Schemes in Construction of Multistory Concrete Buildings -- Assessment of Emerging Pulled-In-Place Pipe Products for Trenchless Applications -- Mobile and Sensor-based Infrastructure Inspections -- Fresh Concrete Lateral Pressure on Formwork -- Lighting Design Requirements for Highway Nighttime Construction -- A Review of Simulation Applications for Varying Demands in Tunneling -- Field Testing of Major Trenchless Technology Methods for Road Crossings -- Economic Life-Cycle Analysis of High-Performance Reinforced Concrete Systems -- Implementing Lean Production Strategies in Construction Companies -- Competing Construction Management Paradigms -- Relationships between System Loading and Cycle Time in a Residential Construction Production System -- Construction Integration and Innovation through Lean Methods and E-Business Applications -- What Should We Require from a Production System in Construction? -- Manufactured Housing Production Process and Layout Design -- Capital Projects Supply Chain Management: SC Tactics of a Supplier Organization -- Low Income Housing Development and the Sustainability of Large Urban Settlements -- Framework for Environmental Analysis of Commercial Building Structures -- Knowledge Management for Sustainable Construction: The C-SanD Project -- Environmental Impacts of Commercial Building Systems -- Synergies between Sustainable Design and Constructability at the Pentagon -- Uncertainty in Environmental Assessment for the Built Environment -- Changing the Environmental Culture of the Construction Industry -- Teaching Construction -- To Save Our Profession, Higher Education in Construction Needs a Radical Change -- CEM Educators: History and Misplaced Community -- CEM Graduate Education -- Pros and Cons -- Bringing Construction Experience into the Classroom -- University of Kentucky's Civil Engineering Systems Design Course -- Michigan Technological University's Pavement Enterprise -- Assessing Problem-based Learning in a Construction Engineering Capstone Course -- Defining the Territory: Civil Engineering, Construction Engineering, Construction Management -- The Multimedia Electronic Portfolio: History and Implementation: An Alternative Approach to Instruction and Assessment -- Full Circle in Construction Education? -- Critical Success Factors for the Construction Industry -- Emotional Intelligence: Thinking Out of the Box -- Knowledge Management Strategies: Learning from Other Sectors -- Individuals' Resistance to Technological Change in the AEC Industry -- Leadership in the Management of Construction -- Understanding How Cultural Differences Affect Project Performance and Technology Adoption by Users -- The Effect of Construction Organization Management Practices on Project Success -- Education of Self Taught Building Contractors -- Causes of Subcontractor Business Failure and Strategies to Prevent Failure -- Joint Ventures in the A/E/C Industry--Use and Success Factors -- CEM Faculty: A Leading Opportunity for the Civil Engineering Profession -- Best Practices for Electrical Contractors -- Life Cycle Cost Integration for the Rehabilitation of Wastewater Infrastructure -- Improving Organizational Effectiveness of Asset Life Cycle Management -- Improving Construction Client Satisfaction Through Functional Briefing -- Designer Consideration of Project Lifecycle Performance -- Role of Project Delivery Systems in Infrastructure Improvement -- Life Cycle Considerations to Optimize Risk Assessment and Management for International Projects -- Interactive Facility Programming for Advanced Technology Facilities -- Rehabilitation Decision Analysis and Life-Cycle Costing of the Infrastructure System -- Selection Procedure for Project Delivery and Contract Strategy -- Case Study of Construction Project Delivery Types -- Compressing the Schedule with Design Build Plus Incentives: Is the Quality as Good? -- Life Cycle Design Criteria for Design-Build Transportation Projects -- Partnered Project Performance at the City of Phoenix -- Re-Engineering Construction Project Teams -- Success Factors for Design-Build Contracting -- Component State Criteria Representation to Incorporate Construction Program Knowledge for Constructability Analysis -- RFID's Role in a Fully Integrated, Automated Project Process -- Decision Support for Subcontracting Procurement Based on Multi-Attribute Utility Theories -- Role of Tolerances and Process Capability Data in Product and Process Design Integration -- Knowledge Discovery in Maintenance Databases: Enhancing the Maintainability in Higher Education Facilities -- Inducting Subcontractor Process Ontologies: Challenges, Methods, and Illustrative Results -- Status and Promise of System Integration Standards Development Efforts -- Agent-based Document Control for Large Projects -- Construction Methods Feasibility Reasoning in an Integrated Environment -- Integration of Construction Documents in IFC Project Models -- A Framework for Integrated Data Management in Smart Infrastructure Systems -- Future Directions for Model-Based Interoperability -- Web-based Electronic Data Interchange Model to Improve the Collaboration of Participants in Construction Projects -- The E-COGNOS Project: Current Status and Future Directions of an Ontology-Enabled IT Solution Infrastructure Supporting Knowledge Management in Construction -- An Architecture for Knowledge Management in the AEC Industry -- Ontology Modeling of IDEF3 Process Description for AEC Applications Interoperability -- Coordinated Production Scheduling of Prefabricated Building Components -- Monte Carlo Simulation Analysis at Lester B Pearson International Airport Development Project -- Manage Space for Construction Facilities on High-rise Buildings -- Stochastic Evaluation of Tunneling Performance Using Discrete-Event Simulation -- Critical Success/Failure Factors in Implementation of Web-Based Construction Project Management Systems -- Labor Availability and Productivity Forecasting -- Implementing Situational Simulations through Distributed Databases -- A Generalized Paradigm for Planning and Scheduling -- Simulation of Real-time Decision-making on Resource Allocation on Construction Sites -- Context-Aware Information System for Construction Site Applications -- Assessment of the Capabilities of a Commercial 4D CAD System to Visualize Equipment Space Requirements on Construction Sites -- A Dynamic VR System for Visualizing Construction Space Usage -- Evaluation of Computer Anatomic Modeling for Analyzing Pre-Construction Problems -- Visualizing "Fuzzy" Construction Materials Using VITASCOPE's ParticleWorks Add-On -- Visualizing Situational Simulation Information -- A Framework for Multi-dimensional Visualization of Project Control Data -- Procurement of Services and Materials Using a FIAPP-Based System -- New York City Case Studies -- Issues in Mixed Reality-Based Design and Collaboration Environments -- The Influence of Design Methods on Construction Productivity -- Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Systems in the Construction Industry -- Information Technology and Cultural Change in the Construction Industry -- Tablet and Wearable Computers for Integrated Design and Construction -- A Strategic Approach to Information Communication Technology Diffusion -- An Australian Study -- Follow the Money: What Really Drives Technology Innovation in Construction -- Understanding Information Usage by Residential Construction Supervisors and Bridge/Structure Inspectors as a First Step in Adoption of Field Based IT -- Rule Based Simulation Models for Sewer Infrastructure -- Information Technology Innovation: A View of Large Contractors -- Present and Future of European Research on Information Technologies in Construction.
Other Author Molenaar, Keith R. (Keith Robert)
Chinowsky, Paul.
Other Title Winds of change, integration and innovation in construction
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