Construction Research Congress: Winds of Change - Integration and Innovation in Construction - Proceedings of the Construction Research Congress Held in Honolulu, Hawaii, March 19-21, 2003 (CD-ROM)Keith Molenaar (editor), Paul Chinowsky (editor)
CD-ROM Published: 31/07/2003
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The best researchers from the United States and around the world presented papers at the 2003 ASCE Construction Research Congress on the state-of-the-art in construction management and engineering, organization management, and information technology. Those papers are contained in these proceedings. In the area of construction management and engineering, broad research agendas in topics as diverse as construction engineering, workforce development, lean construction, and project management are pushing the envelope of traditional project management concepts. Likewise, organization management concerns are emerging as primary focal points for construction executives facing challenges from every part of the globe. Topics including lifelong learning, strategic and corporate management, sustainability, and life-cycle engineering are now as important as traditional scheduling and estimating. Finally, information technology is no longer a new innovation, but is now a pervasive component that cannot be overlooked in any serious construction endeavor. Topics such as data modeling, data integration, visualization, and distributed computing are establishing new directions for construction operation. The 160 professional and technical papers presented in this CD-ROM collection explore the latest thinking and technologies that are driving success in today's construction industry.
Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers
Edition: illustrated Edition
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