A Knowledge-Intensive Database System for Making Effective Use of Construction Lessons Learned

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by Nabil Kartam, Univ of Maryland, College Park, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Computing in Civil Engineering

Abstract: The Constructability Task Force of the construction Industry Institute (CII) sponsored as series of studies which advocate construction expert input to the conceptual planning, engineering and procurement phases, as well as field operations, as the key to more efficient construction and achievement of overall project objectives. While past efforts have focused on the design phase, opportunities for collection and utilization of lessons learned exist in all phases of a facility life cycle.

Subject Headings: Construction industry | Field tests | Databases | Constructability | Procurement | Building design | Life cycles |

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