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|Title: ||Application of the Analytical Design Planning Technique in the project process|
|Authors: ||Austin, Simon A.|
Baldwin, Andrew N.
Hammond, Jamie W.
Waskett, Paul R.
|Issue Date: ||1999|
|Publisher: ||International Council for Building Research|
|Citation: ||AUSTIN. S.A. ... et al, 1999. Application of the Analytical Design Planning Technique in the project process. IN: Hannus, M., Salonen, M. and Kazi, A.S. (eds.). Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Concurrent Engineering in Construction (CEC99) Conference, 25-27 August 1999, Espoo, Finland.|
|Abstract: ||Traditionally, the building design process has been poorly understood and planned, and has
been treated as completely separate from the construction process. This has resulted in a range
of inefficiencies in the overall project process. This paper describes two related research
projects which have produced techniques for planning and managing the design process, and
improving the way the design and construction processes interface. These techniques are
based around the use of process models and the application of dependency structure matrix
(DSM) analysis, an optimisation tool, and have been developed through joint industry and UK
government research. The research is being undertaken at Loughborough University in the
UK, and the findings and techniques are being tested and applied in industry by designers and
planners from the projects’ collaborating organisations.|
|Description: ||This conference paper was presented at CEC99: http://cic.vtt.fi/cec99/index.html|
|Sponsor: ||CIB Task Group 33 & VTT Building Technology|
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers (Civil and Building Engineering)|
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