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Archer G O, Futcher K, McMahon M A

Multi-participant project informationmanagement system

Abstract: This paper examines how information technology is contributing in a significant wayto the management of construction projects. The deployment of a project informationmanagement system (PIMS) was a mandatory requirement on the construction phaseof 'Route 3, Tsing Yi and Kwai Chung Sections', which is an important element ofHong Kong Government's airport core programme of projects (ACP).The paper reviews the concerns of the Client for the ACP and how the PIMScontributed to alleviating them. It includes comments, based on empirical evidence,on the implications for the change which is needed in the construction industry as itmigrates from paper-based systems to computer-based information technologies. Inparticular the need for adherence to quality-assured site procedures within aconstruction process which is traditionally highly differentiated and transitory innature.Analysis of data and consideration of the issues, arising from the use of thePIMS in the control of costs, settlement of disputes and in the dissemination ofinformation, provides guidance, which is relevant to a deployment of PIMS in thefuture.

Keywords: construction; project-management, information management-systems.

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Jeehee Lee, June-Seong Yi, Jeongwook Son and Ye-Eun Jang

Pre-Bid Clarification for Construction Project Risk Identification Using Unstructured Text Data Analysis

Abstract: This paper analysed construction bidding information in order to define risk factors that can be appeared in the bid documents of construction projects. For this purpose, text analysis was conducted on bidders’ inquiry information (Pre-bid RFI), which inquires uncertain information and omissions in the bid documents in order for pre-bid clarification. From the results of the analysis, what types of risk factors exist in the bid documents and what parts of the bid documents can be pre-reviewed to proactively respond to the uncertain owner’s requirements. The results are expected to be used as important information for pre-bid clarification of bid documents. Moreover, this study can be meaningful in that it provides a comprehensive way to grasp a large amount of 1,054 documents without analysing the contents of individual documents directly through analysis of bidding information of construction projects using text mining.

Keywords: Bid Documents, Pre-Bid Clarification, Bidders’ Inquiries, Text Mining

DOI: https://doi.org/10.24928/JC3-2017/0028

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JH Lee, JW Son, J-S Yi

Multilevel project-oriented risk-mining approach for overseas construction projectís preemptive action

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SW Chang, JW Son, WS Jeong, J-S Yi

BIM-Integrated Construction Operation Simulation for Reliable Production Management

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X Liu, J Zhu, X Wang, W Yi, Y Song

Using Bayesian Networks to Evaluate the Impact of Outdoor Ambient Environmental Factors on the Scaffolding Construction Productivity

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