Online from: 1994
Subject Area: Built Environment
|Title:||Buildability assessment and the development of an automated design aid for managing the transfer of construction process knowledge|
|Author(s):||DAVID MOORE, (Department of Building Studies, De Montfort University Leicester, The Gateway, Leicester LE1 9BH, UK)|
|Citation:||DAVID MOORE, (1996) "Buildability assessment and the development of an automated design aid for managing the transfer of construction process knowledge", Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Vol. 3 Iss: 1/2, pp.29 - 46|
|Keywords:||Automated design aid, Buildability, Knowledge transfer|
|Article type:||General review|
|DOI:||10.1108/eb021021 (Permanent URL)|
|Publisher:||MCB UP Ltd|
|Abstract:||The cause of construction problems is suggested as being the lack of industry cohesion. This can only be addressed successfully by design professionals and construction professionals working more closely together, i.e. considering buildability. Buildability is a problem of managing the transfer of appropriate knowledge about the construction process to the design process worker. It is not solely about the technicalities of the construction process. It is suggested that no buildability strategy which seeks to impose predetermined construction solutions will be readily accepted by design professionals. The development of a design buildability strategy which transfers construction process knowledge in such a manner as to be seen as an adviser on simplification, would not be seen by design professionals as a convergent approach to buildability. Such a strategy would represent just one of a range of strategies to achieving overall project buildability.|
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