Learning from Failures: Procedural Changes in the Design and Construction Process to Reduce Failuresby Murray Hohns, Wagner-Hohns-Inglis Inc, LaCrescenta, CA, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Reducing Failures of Engineered Facilities
Abstract: This paper first defines failures and their number and scope in the design and construction fields. It then presents the writer's opinion as to the cause of the failures and his recommendations for procedures, which if followed would broadly reduce construction industry failures and their consequences across the United States and the world.
Subject Headings: Failure analysis | Construction management | Risk management | Failure loads | Structural failures | Construction industry | Industrial facilities | North America | United States
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