CITC-1: Miami, USA

April 25-26, 2002

Conference Papers

  1. CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY CHARACTERISTICS AND THE IMPLICATIONS FOR RESEARCH A HONG KONG PERSPECTIVE

  2. DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR THE REST OF US

  3. NON VALUE-ADDING COSTS IN BUILDING PROJECTS: THE MISSING THOUGHTS

  4. APPLYING EARNED VALUE TECHNIQUE TO KOREAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

  5. BRICKLAYERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE ‘BUILDABILITY’ OF THE BED-JOINT AND THE THREAT TO STANDARDISATION VIS-À-VIS COST OPTIMISATION

  6. ECONOMIC RESULT OF LEARNING LESSONS

  7. CASH FLOW FORECASTING MODEL USING MOVING WEIGHTS OF COST CATEGORIES FOR GENERAL CONTRACTORS ON JOBSITE

  8. APPLICATION OF ORACLE/CASE IN PROJECT COST CONTROL SYSTEM DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

  9. ROLE OF FINANCE IN THE COMPETITIVENESS OF INDIGENOUS CONTRACTORS – THE CASE OF HONG KONG

  10. ROLE OF FINANCE IN THE COMPETITIVENESS OF INDIGENOUSCONTRACTORS – THE CASE OF HONG KONG

  11. MODELING CONCESSION PROJECT INVESTMENTS UNDER UNCERTAINTY: A CRITICAL REVIEW

  12. A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR HOLISTIC DECISION MAKING IN PROJECTS

  13. AN INTELLIGENT DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR PROJECT MANAGERS

  14. EFFICIENT RESOURCE PLANNING FOR INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAMS

  15. SCOPE DEFINITION AND PROJECT RISK ANALYSIS

  16. RISK IDENTIFICATION AND MECHANISMS FOR MITIGATION

  17. RISK MANAGEMENT IN DESIGN/BUILD

  18. ANALYTIC HIERARCHY PROCESS: A DECISION-MAKING METHOD FOR CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

  19. ECONOMIC RISK EVALUATION FOR RESIDENTIAL HOUSING PROJECTS

  20. RISK-BASED DECISION IN THE CORRODING GAS PIPELINES MAINTENANCE

  21. A RISK MODEL FOR APPRAISAL OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS AT TENDER STAGE

  22. MANAGING INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF ENGINEERING RISKS

  23. INNOVATIVE INITIATIVES IN INTEGRATING CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAINS

  24. CROSS-FUNCTIONAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT TEAMS FOR ENHANCING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SUPPLY CHAINS IN THE HOUSING INDUSTRY

  25. INTELLIGENT VIRTUAL CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL SUPPLY CHAIN ENVIRONMENT

  26. DEVELOPMENT OF AN E-BUSINESS SOLUTION FOR THE INTEGRATION OF STEEL REINFORCEMENT SUPPLY CHAIN IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

  27. POLICIES, PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES FOR CONSTRUCTION PROCUREMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR OF MALAYSIA

  28. INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR REDUCING CONSTRUCTION TIME OF TRANSPORTATION PROJECTS IN URBAN AREAS

  29. INTEGRATION OF SUPPLY CHAINS AND CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE ON HIGHWAY PROJECTS

  30. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR DEVELOPING GENERIC INTEGRATED SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

  31. A DYNAMIC SIMULATION MODELLING SYSTEM FOR PROCESS REENGINEERING AND OPTIMISAION

  32. IMPROVING THE VALUE GENERATION CYCLE IN THE DESIGN PROCESS OF INDUSTRIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

  33. CREATING LEAN ENTERPRISES THROUGH PROCESS ORIENTATION - MODELS FOR NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

  34. INCORPORATING SAFETY INTO CONSTRUCTION SITE MANAGEMENT

  35. THE PERFORMANCE APPROACH TO CONSTRUCTION WORKER SAFETY - A MODEL FOR IMPLEMENTATION

  36. TRENCH-RELATED FATALITIES IN CONSTRUCTION: AN ANALYSIS OF FATALITY ASSESSMENT AND CONTROL EVALUATION (FACE) RECORDS

  37. PRODUCT AND PROCESS QUALITY ASPECTS OF READY-MIXED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGIES

  38. QUALITY DEVELOPMENT IN HONG KONG PUBLIC HOUSING

  39. THE YEAR 2000 VERSION OF ISO 9000 AND THE PROCESS COST MODEL FOR MEASURING QUALITY COSTS IN CONSTRUCTION PROCESSES

  40. CONSTRUCTION QUALITY ASSESSMENT SYSTEM (CONQUAS): THE SINGAPORE EXPERIENCE

  41. VALUE OPTIMISATION OF BUILDING COMPONENTS IN DESIGN PROCESS

  42. PERFORMANCE OF INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION JOINT VENTURES: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS

  43. UNDERSTANDING ‘CULTURE’ IN AN INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION CONTEXT

  44. LINKING TRENDS IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TO GLOBALISATION AND THE TRANSITION IN SOUTH AFRICA

  45. THE EGAN REPORT: AN AGENDA FOR CHANGE? THE VIEWS OF UK CONSTRUCTION DIRECTORS

  46. CONSTRUCTION NEGOTIATION: AN EVEN SWAPS APPROACH

  47. PROBLEM RESOLUTION IN PARTNERING: A CASE STUDY

  48. CURRENT LEGISLATIVE DEVELOPMENTS EFFECTING DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY IN NEW ZEALAND

  49. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SPECIFICATION, LOW-BID PROCESS AND CONSTRUCTION NONPERFORMANCE

  50. DEVELOPING A BEST PRACTICE PARTNERING FRAMEWORK IN HONG KONG

  51. PARTNERING IMPACT ON CHANGE ORDERS FOR MID SIZE COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

  52. CONSTRUCTABILITY VERSUS COMMUNICATIONS

  53. ESTABLISHING MULTISKILLED TEAMS - LESSONS FROM DANISH CONSTRUCTION

  54. CAUSES OF CONSTRUCTION DELIVERY COMPLEXITY AND NONPERFORMANCE

  55. DESIGN-BUILD COMBINED CYCLE POWER PLANT PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  56. CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

  57. A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR INTEGRATED PROGRAM AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  58. CURRENT LEVEL OF SATISFACTION WITH CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL LOGISTICS TASKS

  59. ASSESSMENT OF CII BEST PRACTICES IMPLEMENTATION AT THE ORGANIZATIONAL LEVEL

  60. LEAN METHODS IN CONSTRUCTION

  61. KNOWLEDGE, LEADERSHIP, COMPETENCIES, MINDSETS AND THE ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS

  62. EMPLOYMENT TRENDS: WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION

  63. BUILDING ENGINEERS- NEW PARADIGMS FOR EDUCATION?

  64. TEACHING FROM A DISTANCE WITH WEBCT

  65. UTILIZING GREAT BOOKS TO ENHANCE CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CLASSES

  66. THE EFFECT OF THE UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY ON INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION FIRMS

  67. APPLICATIONS AND EFFECTS OF EMERGING AUTOMATED AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN CONSTRUCTION

  68. ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION COLLABORATION USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

  69. ANALYZING THE APPLICATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY FOR CONSTRUCTION KMS

  70. FORECASTING ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE UNDER FLUCTUATING ECONOMY

  71. STRATEGIC IMPLEMENTATION OF IT/IS PROJECTS IN CONSTRUCTION: A CASE STUDY

  72. WEB-BASED 4D VISUALIZATION FOR REAL-TIME CONSTRUCTION SIMULATION

  73. ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS: SAVING CONTRACTORS TIME AND MONEY

  74. IMPACT OF WEB-BASED 4D VISUALIZATION IN CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULING

  75. PROJECT MODELING OF LABOR INPUTS FOR AUTOMATED CONTROL IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

  76. INVESTIGATING THE USE OF WEARABLE COMPUTERS IN CONSTRUCTION

  77. E-COORDINATING INFRASTRUCTURE DECISIONS

  78. TOWARDS A CENTRALIZED CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION SYSTEM THROUGH E-REGISTRATION

  79. IT PROVIDING A PATH FROM RESEARCH TO PRACTICE – PROMOTING USE OF ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY CEMENT AND CONCRETE IN CONSTRUCTION

  80. BEATING THE USE OF HEURISTICS IN CONSTRUCTION PROCESS: CAN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DO IT?

  81. TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES FOR INTELLIGENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS: HERALDING A NEW PROJECT MANAGEMENT PARADIGM

  82. CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR LINEAR PROJECTS – APPLICATION IN THE GREEK RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT COMPANY

  83. DESIGNING INFORMATION MODEL FOR THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM (PMIS): A CASE STUDY

  84. A CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF A PRODUCTIVITY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

  85. OPTIMIZATION OF READY MIXED CONCRETE PLANT OPERATIONS USING SIMULATION TECHNIQUES

  86. RESOURCE OPTIMIZATION IN A DESIGN OFFICE USING GA-BASED SIMULATION

  87. SIMULATION MODELING BY ENTERPRISE RESOURCES PLANNING IMPLEMENTATION IN MEDIUM SIZED CORPORATION

  88. SIMULATE ROAD CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS USING SIMPLIFIED DISCRETE-EVENT SIMULATION APPROACH (SDESA)

  89. SHORING LOADS IN MULTISTORY STRUCTURE: AN ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK MODEL

  90. COMPARATIVE STUDY ON FORECASTING DEMAND OF LOW COST HOUSE IN URBAN AREAS USING ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS AND ARIMA MODEL

  91. ACCIDENT RISK EFFECT: FUZZY LOGIC & SIMULATION BASED ANALYSIS

  92. A GRAPHICAL/GEOMETRIC (VISUAL) COMMON LANGUAGE FOR THE PRODUCTION HOME BUILDERS

  93. A MODEL FOR TESTING THE IMPACTS OF DIFFERENT PROJECT RESOURCE ORGANISATIONS ON THE CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMME

  94. CONSTRUCTION INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ON THE BASIS OF THE MOBILE INTERNET

  95. A STUDY Of THE IMPROVEMENT IN QUALITY MANAGEMENT WITH DATABASE

  96. A SURVEY OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION ENTERPRISES IN KOREA

  97. DATA WAREHOUSING IN CONSTRUCTION: FROM CONCEPTION TO APPLICATION

  98. ANALYSIS OF GROUND PENETRATING RADAR SIGNALS FOR PAVEMENT CONDITION EVALUATION

  99. A MODULAR HOUSING SYSTEM: ARTI

  100. CRITERIA FOR THE SELECTION OF DEPLOYABLE AND RAPIDLY ASSEMBLED STRUCTURES

  101. THE SIMULATED THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF A TWO-STORY EARTH SHELTERED HOUSE WITH SINGLE ADULT OCCUPANCY IN A TEMPERATE CLIMATE

  102. STUDIES ON LOW-COST CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM FOR CONCRETE STRUCTURES BY USING UCAS METHOD

  103. STEEL COMPOSITE BEAM STIFFENED WITH C-CHANNEL

  104. MODELING EARTH MOVING WITH COMPONENT-STATE-BASED CRITERIA METHOD

  105. INTERNAL PROFILE MEASUREMENT USING ROTATING LASER-BASED SYSTEM

  106. THE INFORMATION SOLUTION TO HANDICAPPED ACCESS RAMP REQUIREMENTS

  107. CONCRETE BORED PILES CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTIVITY INDEX

  108. CHALLENGES FOR CUTTING-EDGE CONSTRUCTION

  109. CIRCULAR CELL COFFER DAM SHEET PILES INSTALLATION AND DESIGN: THE IRANIAN METHOD

  110. REQUIRED CHANGES IN CONSTRUCTION BY PARADIGM SHIFT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN ASIA IN 21ST CENTURY

  111. CONSTRUCTION IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY TRENDS AND OUTLOOK

  112. THE ROLE OF INDIGENOUS CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY IN SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES

  113. TECHNOLOGICAL CAPABILITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

  114. DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION EXCELLENCE MODEL (SACEM)

  115. BENCHMARKING BEST PRACTICE TO ACHIEVE A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE IN THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

  116. PROTECTION TO FLORA AND FAUNA: THE PROBLEMS FOR CONSTRUCTION - A CASE STUDY OF CHIROPTERA IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

  117. THE MONITORING STRATEGY TO TEST THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF A UK DESIGNED EARTH SHELTERED FAMILY DWELLING

  118. MODES OF APPLICATION OF SMART STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS IN CONSTRUCTION

  119. PROMOTION OF ENERGY EFFICIENT DESIGN¶ A CASE STUDY IN CHINA

  120. DEVELOPING ECOLOGIC HOUSING - CASE STUDIES IN CHINA

  121. MODELLING WASTE FLOW PRACTICE ON CONSTRUCTION SITE

  122. SOIL-COOPER WASTE RESIDUE AS MINERAL ADDITIVE FOR MORTAR OR CONCRETE USED IN SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

  123. TECHNIQUES TO DEVELOP NEEDS MODEL ON HOUSING IN URBAN AREA: A LITERATURE AND MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE

  124. MANAGERIAL SYSTEM FOR 21ST CENTURY CONSTRUCTION OF AFFORDABLE HOUSES

  125. PROMOTION OF SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES IN EXISTING BUILDING ASSESSMENT METHODS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF GBTOOL, BREEAM, LEED AND SBAT

  126. WEB-BASED TOOL IN PROJECT QUALITY MANAGEMENT

  127. COMPUTER SIMULATION ANALYSIS TO REDUCE ASPHALT PAVING PROCESS DURATION

  128. DEVELOPMENT OF AN INTEGRATED DATABASE FOR 4D/VR CONSTRUCTION PROCESSES SIMULATION

  129. CUSTOMER SATISFACTION: CONTRACTOR'S PERSPECTIVE

  130. DESIGN BUILD PROJECT DELIVERY: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

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