10th symposium construction innovation and global competitiveness

565 views

Published on

Published in: Education, Technology, Business
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
565
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

10th symposium construction innovation and global competitiveness

  1. 1. 10th Symposium Construction Innovation and Global CompetitivenessHaut du formulaireCitation Information10th Symposium Construction Innovation and Global CompetitivenessBen Obinero Uwakweh and Issam A. MinkarahCRC Press 2002Print ISBN: 978-0-8493-1449-0eBook ISBN: 978-1-4200-4010-4 Table of Contents Download to Citation Mgr View Abstracts Add to Bookshelf Email Access Page Title vii Front Matter Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (1126 KB) - PDF w/links (1092 KB)
  2. 2. 3Chapter 1. Business Improvement through Innovation in Construction FirmsHerbert S. Robinson, Patricia M. carrillo, Ahmed M. Al-Ghassani, Chimay J. AnumbaAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1042 KB) - PDF w/links (837 KB)19Chapter 2. A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Construction InnovationArun Bajracharya, Florence Y. Y. Ling, Mohammed Fadhil DulaimiAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (656 KB) - PDF w/links (528 KB)29Chapter 3. Innovation in Construction - The View of the ClientAndreas Hartmann, Gerhard GirrnscheidAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (968 KB) - PDF w/links (765 KB)44Chapter 4. Construction Sector System and Innovation in Stock ManagementJean CarassusAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (745 KB) - PDF w/links (608 KB)57Chapter 5. Knowledge Management, Intellectual Capital and InnovationCharles Egbu
  3. 3. Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (929 KB) - PDF w/links (743 KB)71Chapter 6. Standardization and Pre-AssemblyChristine Pasquire, Nick Blismas, Gill Aldridge, Alistair GibbAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (956 KB) - PDF w/links (781 KB)85Chapter 7. Management Innovation In The Danish Construction SectorChristian KochAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (905 KB) - PDF w/links (719 KB)99Chapter 8. Implementing ChangeMike Bresnen, Matthew Hall, Jacky SwanAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (812 KB) - PDF w/links (653 KB)111Chapter 9. Integrating Knowledge Management and Innovation in Civil EngineeringChristian KochAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (825 KB) - PDF w/links (662 KB)
  4. 4. 123Chapter 10. Framework and Tools for Project Management by Using a Flow Model of ActivitiesShuzo Furusaka, Takashi Kaneta, Ryosuke yoshidaAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (529 KB) - PDF w/links (450 KB)131Chapter 11. Applying Principles of Service ManagementJan BrÖchnerAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (762 KB) - PDF w/links (607 KB)143Chapter 12. COMPUTER Assisted technologies to enhance CONCURRENce in Building DESIGNP. J. S. BÁrtolo, H. M. G. Galha BÁrtoloAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (888 KB) - PDF w/links (716 KB)158Chapter 13. The Identification of Project RiskDr Tony BaxendaleAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (639 KB) - PDF w/links (515 KB)172Chapter 14. Knowledge Management for Project-Based Learning in ConstructionHarry Scarbrough, Mike Bresnen, Linda Edelmen, Jacky Swan, Sue NewellAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (830 KB) - PDF w/links (665 KB)
  5. 5. 185Chapter 15. Innovative Contract AdministrationKeith R. MolenaarAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (858 KB) - PDF w/links (710 KB)198Chapter 16. Creating High Performance Office Environment By Using (Development) Partnering ProcedureErkki J. Anttila, Henri SulankiviAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (960 KB) - PDF w/links (791 KB)215Chapter 17. How to SMARTWaste™ the Construction IndustryJames W. HurleyAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (724 KB) - PDF w/links (599 KB)228Chapter 18. Steel Reinforcement Concrete StructuresTom√°s M. Freire, Ubiraci E. L. de Souza, LuisOt√°vio C. de Ara√∫joAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (785 KB) - PDF w/links (660 KB)242
  6. 6. Chapter 19. A Decision Support System for the Selection of Trenchless Technology Methods for Rehabilitation ofUnderground Pipeline InfrastructureSunil K. Sinha, H. Randolph ThomasAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (692 KB) - PDF w/links (566 KB)253Chapter 20. An Investigation of Construction Time Performance in Private Residential DevelopmentsDaniel Wm Chan, Albert Pc ChanAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (736 KB) - PDF w/links (592 KB)267Chapter 21. An Open Building IndustryStephen KendallAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1087 KB) - PDF w/links (909 KB)286Chapter 22. Lowering Heating CostsDominique TheileAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1286 KB) - PDF w/links (1040 KB)302Chapter 23. The re-organising of constructionChris HartyAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1128 KB) - PDF w/links (904 KB)
  7. 7. 321Chapter 24. Issues for the Globalization of the Construction IndustryG. R. NajjarAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (570 KB) - PDF w/links (459 KB)330Chapter 25. Managing A Firms Competitiveness in Global Capital Investment MarketsPekka HuovinenAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1020 KB) - PDF w/links (854 KB)346Chapter 26. A Method for Evaluating International Construction ProjectsJohn I. MessnerAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (674 KB) - PDF w/links (545 KB)358Chapter 27. Critical Success Factors in International Development Project ManagementYoung Hoon KwakAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (541 KB) - PDF w/links (443 KB)367Chapter 28. Managing Foreign Exchange Risk on International Construction ProjectsJohn E. Schaufelberger
  8. 8. Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (486 KB) - PDF w/links (398 KB)374Chapter 29. Real Options, a Decision Making Tool for Construction ProjectsMartha Garcia-SaenzAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (846 KB) - PDF w/links (701 KB)386Chapter 30. Stimulating competitiveness through technology transferG. Smithers, F. T. Edum-Fotwe, C. Hardcastle, M. SohailAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (719 KB) - PDF w/links (596 KB)397Chapter 31. Project duration escalation profile on small and medium construction and engineering schemesFrancis TekyiAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (894 KB) - PDF w/links (740 KB)408Chapter 32. Comparative Analysis of the Performance of Built Environment Professionals in Satisfying Clients Needsand RequirementsRaymond Nkado, Jasper MbachuAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1277 KB) - PDF w/links (1044 KB)
  9. 9. 426Chapter 33. Enhancing the Competitiveness of Quantity Surveying ServicesRayrnond NkadoAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (972 KB) - PDF w/links (798 KB)440Chapter 34. A Survey of Clients of Construction in the Caribbean RegionDr Timothy Michael LewisAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (837 KB) - PDF w/links (686 KB)450Chapter 35. Management of qualitative transition changes in construction sectorMladen RadujkovicAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (863 KB) - PDF w/links (725 KB)461Chapter 36. Competition and Barriers to Entry the Construction SectorFredrik Malmberg, Niclas Andersson, N. AnderssonAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1079 KB) - PDF w/links (877 KB)476Chapter 37. Construction Procurement and Management in the UK & South AfricaP. A. Bowen, J. E. Tookey, C. HardcastleAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1585 KB) - PDF w/links (1271 KB)
  10. 10. 498Chapter 38. Value Engineering Benefits for over Budget Commercial ProjectsKhalid Siddiqi, Stephen F. DewAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (915 KB) - PDF w/links (749 KB)510Chapter 39. The Role of the Construction Sector in Highly Developed EconomiesRoberto Pietroforte, Tullio GregoriAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1012 KB) - PDF w/links (837 KB)523Chapter 40. The Challenges to Construction Industry Development in UgandaDan TindiwensiAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (846 KB) - PDF w/links (694 KB)536Chapter 41. Material Waste in the Ceramic Tiling JobAndrade, Agopyan, Paliari, SouzaAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (609 KB) - PDF w/links (509 KB)546
  11. 11. Chapter 42. Global CompetitivenessG. J. Treloar, B. D. llozorl, G. OforiAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (699 KB) - PDF w/links (567 KB)556Chapter 43. Globalisation and Changes in Ownership of the Building and Construction IndustryGerard de ValenceAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (900 KB) - PDF w/links (722 KB)575Chapter 44. The Development of e-Commerce within the Global Construction IndustryMalcolm Murray, Derek BlanckenseeAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (732 KB) - PDF w/links (590 KB)587Chapter 45. E-construction in the USANicola Costantino, Roberto PietroforteAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (804 KB) - PDF w/links (644 KB)599Chapter 46. Web-Based Construction Project ManagementSalman Azhar, Irtishad Ahmad, Syed M. AhrnedAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (771 KB) - PDF w/links (649 KB)
  12. 12. 611Chapter 47. Increase of Efficiency of Construction Materials E-Commerce Systems Applying Intelligent AgentsA. Kaklauskas, E. K. Zavadskas, V. TrinkunasAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (969 KB) - PDF w/links (798 KB)626Chapter 48. Integrated Intelligent Planning and Scheduling in the Construction Material Supply Chain EnvironmentChika Udeaja, Joe TahAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (909 KB) - PDF w/links (734 KB)640Chapter 49. The Role of Technology Transfer in Innovation within Small Construction FirmsPeter Barrett, Martin SextonAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (937 KB) - PDF w/links (765 KB)654Chapter 50. Simulation Concept of a Project Management CompanyJyri Sutt, Irene LillAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (864 KB) - PDF w/links (693 KB)670Chapter 51. Impact of Information on the Construction IndustryJohn Savicky, Dean T. Kashiwagi
  13. 13. Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (574 KB) - PDF w/links (475 KB)680Chapter 52. Knowledge Management for Continuous Improvement in Project OrganisationsHerbert S. Robinson, Ahmed M. Al-Ghassani, Chimay J. Anumba, Patricia M. CarrilloAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1100 KB) - PDF w/links (890 KB)698Chapter 53. A Whole Life Design Appraisal ToolSimon JacksonAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (727 KB) - PDF w/links (586 KB)710Chapter 54. Risk Analysis for Decision Support System of Risk Management in Building ProjectsTakashi Kaneta, Shuzo Furusaka, Tsung-Chieh TsaiAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (891 KB) - PDF w/links (730 KB)726Chapter 55. Innovation by SMEs in the European Union Construction Industry. Some Outstanding Issues forInvestigationLes Ruddock, Alex WhartonAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (860 KB) - PDF w/links (691 KB)
  14. 14. 739Chapter 56. Multiple Criteria Property E-Business SystemM. Gikys, A. Gulbinas, A. Kaklauskas, E. K. ZavadskasAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1123 KB) - PDF w/links (940 KB)753Chapter 57. A rating system for AEC e-bidding that accounts for rater credibilityHans C. BjÖmsson, Martin A. EkstrÖmAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (948 KB) - PDF w/links (791 KB)771Chapter 58. Improving contractor/subcontractor relationships through innovative contractingValerie E. Francis, Anna M. HobanAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (987 KB) - PDF w/links (782 KB)788Chapter 59. Resistance to Best Value Procurement in the Construction IndustryJohn Savicky, Dean T. KashiwagiAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (774 KB) - PDF w/links (626 KB)799Chapter 60. Use of Design-Build-Operate Contracts for Infrastructure ProjectsJohn E. SchaufelbergerAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (480 KB) - PDF w/links (390 KB)
  15. 15. 808Chapter 61. Financing Strategies for Build-Operate-Transfer ProjectsJohn E. SchaufelbergerAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (656 KB) - PDF w/links (528 KB)819Chapter 62. Use of Award Fees on Lump-Sum ContractsJohn E. SchaufelbergerAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (380 KB) - PDF w/links (317 KB)826Chapter 63. Developing a system for assessing the costs associated with different procurement routes in theconstruction industryWill Hughes, David Greenwood, Wisdom Kwawu, Patricia HillebrandtAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1037 KB) - PDF w/links (858 KB)841Chapter 64. Supply Chain Management Aspects for Top Quality Industrial ConstructionPekka Aroma, Lauri Koskela, Jarkko Leinonen, Kalle KähkÖnenAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (785 KB) - PDF w/links (653 KB)853
  16. 16. Chapter 65. The Impact of Culture, Motivational Factors and Organisational Structure on the Utilisation andExploitation of It for TeamworkingCatherine Gaskell, Charles Egbu, Jaki HowesAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1076 KB) - PDF w/links (857 KB)870Chapter 66. The Relevance of Traditional Financial Ratio Analysisin Assessing Business Performanceat the Present TimeR. Djebarni, A. Grada, R. MorledgeAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (820 KB) - PDF w/links (657 KB)885Chapter 67. Knowledge Creation Processes and DynamicsPatrick Sik-wah FongAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1047 KB) - PDF w/links (827 KB)901Chapter 68. Linear Methods for Subcontractor PlanningJosé M. Cardoso, Joâo Pedro CoutoAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (551 KB) - PDF w/links (457 KB)909Chapter 69. Consensual Approaches to Siting ControversyStefan OlanderAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (700 KB) - PDF w/links (566 KB)
  17. 17. 921Chapter 70. The Contract WLC in the PFI Development Process — A Case Study ApproachGraham lve, Andrew Edkins, Kai RintalaAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (777 KB) - PDF w/links (624 KB)934Chapter 71. International Trend Toward Introducing Cooperative Relationship into Construction Project ManagementKazuyoshi EndoAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (740 KB) - PDF w/links (589 KB)947Chapter 72. Enhancing project performance by implementing a societal stakeholder cultureStephen BarthorpeAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (732 KB) - PDF w/links (588 KB)960Chapter 73. The characteristics of periodic and project prequalification practices in the UKMargaret W. Emsley, Donny M. MangitungAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (801 KB) - PDF w/links (633 KB)973Chapter 74. Why Croatian Construction Companies Do Not Implement a Marketing Concept?Anita Ceric, Mariza Katavic
  18. 18. Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (561 KB) - PDF w/links (460 KB)982Chapter 75. Bidding Strategies in Japanese Construction ProjectsJun Iwamatsu, Kazuyoshi Endo, Tetsukazu AkiyamaAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (936 KB) - PDF w/links (753 KB)1000Chapter 76. Public-Private Partneship Delivery Systems for Municipal Infrastructure ProjectsG. M. Ndandani, P. D. Rwelamila, I. NangoloAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (737 KB) - PDF w/links (594 KB)1012Chapter 77. Changing of Building Construction System and Propagation Process of ConstructionTsung-ChiehTsai, Takashi Kaneta, Shuzo Furusaka, Shunsuke Matsukage, Tomonori YoshidaAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (755 KB) - PDF w/links (611 KB)1026Chapter 78. Mapping of Knowledge BrokersTage Draebye, Henrik L. Bang, Lennie ClausenAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (951 KB) - PDF w/links (761 KB)
  19. 19. 1041Chapter 79. Comparative Study of Design-Build Procurement between Japan and the US on Risk ManagementApproachTakashi SaitoAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1243 KB) - PDF w/links (1043 KB)1063Chapter 80. Innovative Approaches for Improving Safety in Construction Work ZonesRyan Huebschman, Dulcy M. Abraham, Camilo Garcia, Darcy BullockAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (899 KB) - PDF w/links (741 KB)1077Chapter 81. Construction Industry Benchmark of Key Performance IndicatorsEzekiel Chinyio, Akintola AkintoyeAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1284 KB) - PDF w/links (1060 KB)1092Chapter 82. A Method to Improve Worker Safety – Pareto Analysis of Construction AccidentsElhami B. Nasr, John A. KuprenasAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (891 KB) - PDF w/links (755 KB)1105Chapter 83. Multiple Safety Cultures at the Construction SiteChristian KochAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (971 KB) - PDF w/links (792 KB)
  20. 20. 1117Chapter 84. Review of Fall Accidents in ConstructionJames D. McGlothlin, Xinyu Huang, Jirnmie Hinze, M. E. RinkerAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1430 KB) - PDF w/links (1209 KB)1133Chapter 85. Analysis of Safety Issues in Trenching OperationsJavier Irizarry, Carlos Arboleda, Reini D. Wirahadikusurnah, Dulcy M. AbrahamAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (893 KB) - PDF w/links (748 KB)1145Chapter 86. Analysis of Trench Shield Injury AccidentsJimmie Hinze, M. E. RinkerAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1196 KB) - PDF w/links (995 KB)1160Chapter 87. Safety Management in the Electrical Contracting IndustryOsama Abudayyeh, Mark Palmquist, Helga N. Torres, Tycho FredericksAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (465 KB) - PDF w/links (397 KB)1165
  21. 21. Chapter 88. Safety Management in the Mechanical Contracting IndustryOsama Abudayyeh, Mark Palmquist, Helga N. Torres, Tycho FredericksAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (394 KB) - PDF w/links (335 KB)1170Chapter 89. Using Abstract Production Management Principles as a Channel for Knowledge TransferJ. A. Powell, Hardcastle, SantosAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1811 KB) - PDF w/links (1515 KB)1189Chapter 90. Implementing Is0 14000 Environmental Management System in Construction Project ManagementCompanies in SingaporeGeorge OforiAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1006 KB) - PDF w/links (833 KB)1200Chapter 91. A Quest for Quality Improvement in Hong KongDaniel Wm Chan, Albert Pc ChadAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1090 KB) - PDF w/links (915 KB)1214Chapter 92. An Evaluation of Safety Measures in the Hong Kong Construction Industry Based on Total QualityManagement PrinciplEsSalman Azhar, Irtishad Ahmad, Syed M. Ahmed, Peter TangAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (890 KB) - PDF w/links (730 KB)
  22. 22. 1228Chapter 93. A national system for certification and registration of construction enterprises competence in FinlandPekka Soini, Pertti LahdenperäAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1113 KB) - PDF w/links (921 KB)1244Chapter 94. The Usage and Adaptation the Lean Construction Philosophy in Brazilian Construction CompaniesJairo Alves Pereira Filho, Débora de Gois Santos, Tatiana Gondim do AmaralAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (709 KB) - PDF w/links (588 KB)1255Chapter 95. Principles of Workforce ManagementMichael J. Horman, H. Randolph ThomasAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1175 KB) - PDF w/links (1013 KB)1270Chapter 96. Attracting and Retaining a Skilled Construction WorkforceRoger W. LiskaAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (782 KB) - PDF w/links (641 KB)1283
  23. 23. Chapter 97. Management and Organisational Cultures at the Construction SiteChristian KochAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (986 KB) - PDF w/links (803 KB)1295Chapter 98. Informal Construction Workforce PhenomenaIsabella Njeri WachiraAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1077 KB) - PDF w/links (873 KB)1309Chapter 99. Dirty Construction WorkersDavid Langford, Michael Murray, Stephen FisherAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (778 KB) - PDF w/links (621 KB)1321Chapter 100. Forecasting Labor Productivity for the Internal Mortar Plastering JobAra√∫jo, Silva, Souza, FreireAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (950 KB) - PDF w/links (800 KB)1337Chapter 101. Deterministic Approach Application to Productivity Assessment of Concrete PilesDaniel W. Halpin, Tarek M. ZayedAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1372 KB) - PDF w/links (1175 KB)
  24. 24. 1353Chapter 102. Are Construction Sites and Manufacturing Facilities the Same?Sunil K. Sinha, H. Randolph ThomasAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (448 KB) - PDF w/links (378 KB)1360Chapter 103. Physical Demands of Construction WorkTariq S. Abdelhamid, John G. EverettAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (713 KB) - PDF w/links (593 KB)1369Chapter 104. Reducing Surveyor Variability Utilizing Social Judgement Theory – A Pilot StudyKeith Chapman, Jim Kempton, Amir AlaniAbstract - Hi-Res PDF (1412 KB) - PDF w/links (1201 KB)1385Chapter 105. Manufactured Housing Production ProcessAyman Abu Hammad, Makarand Hastak, Matt Sya1Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (1510 KB) - PDF w/links (1285 KB)1404Chapter 106. Quantification of Inefficiency in Labor Productivity-A Case StudySang Yoon Han, H. Randolph Thomas
  25. 25. Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (764 KB) - PDF w/links (653 KB) 1415 Chapter 107. Development of a Formwork Labor Productivity Forecast Model for the Brazilian Building Construction Ara√∫jo, Souza, Freire Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (913 KB) - PDF w/links (776 KB) 1429 Chapter 108. EMPLOYEE RESOURCING for a medium-large UK contractor Richard H. Neale, Andrew R. J. Dainty, Ani B. Raiden Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (1057 KB) - PDF w/links (841 KB) 1446 Chapter 109. Critical Factors Influencing Construction Productivity in Thailand Margaret Emsley, Arun Makulsawatudom Abstract - Hi-Res PDF (685 KB) - PDF w/links (556 KB)Bas du formulaire

×