Furusaka S, Kaneta T, Ohta M, Yamada K, Taira T
Development and management of a quality information system on construction site
Abstract: Many kinds of quality information are daily produced and shared among the engineers in a construction site. These information, usually stored in hand-written document or electric files, are not well reused for improvement of the project in the latter stages. This paper presents a method of sharing quality information to manage the useful knowledge created in the construction process. The supervisor gives written instruction about correction and approval as regards to the report from the construction manager. Agenda is processed in every meeting held weekly. These documents contain the knowledge of the supervisor, construction manager, and site engineers. The authors offered an electric format to memorize the quality information and developed a BBS system on the web to share the information in the project through the Internet. An application to a real building project will be also reported.
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Permission to reproduce these documents have been graciously provided by Icelandic Building Research Institute. The assistance of the editor, Mr. Gudni Gudnason, is gratefully appreciated