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Computerized integrated project management system for a material pull strategy

    Sang-Chul Kim Affiliation
    ; Yong-Woo Kim Affiliation

Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to present a computerized integrated project management system and report results of a survey on the effectiveness of the system. The system consists of a scheduling system, material management system, labor/equipment system, and safety/quality control system. The backbone system is a scheduling system that adopts a production planning system and a project scheduling system. The lowest level in the scheduling system is a daily work management system, which is linked to each functional management system (i.e. material management system, labor/equipment system, and safety/quality control system). The paper focuses on the material management and scheduling systems to implement a material “pull” system to reduce material inventories on site. Details of material management and scheduling systems are discussed, and a sample application is presented to demonstrate the features of the proposed computer application system. The paper presents practitioners and researchers with a practical tool to integrate material management and scheduling systems for site personnel.

Keyword : daily work management, material management system, lean construction, integrated system

How to Cite
Kim, S.-C., & Kim, Y.-W. (2014). Computerized integrated project management system for a material pull strategy. Journal of Civil Engineering and Management, 20(6), 849-863. https://doi.org/10.3846/13923730.2013.802743
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Dec 20, 2014
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