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Integrated planning for sustainable building production – an evolution over three decades

    Lars-Åke Mikaelsson Affiliation
    ; Johan Larsson Affiliation

Abstract

This paper reviews the authors’ work on Integrated Planning (IP) as a construction site management tool. IP integrates the different planning skills used by site managers, construction workers and craftspersons into an interactive group which manages a production planning process from the earliest stages to the end of a building project. The studies reviewed in this paper, performed over the last three decades, tested, longitudinally evaluated and refined the IP model for use in modern sustainable building sites. The refined model, Integrated Planning for Sustainable Building Production (SBP), includes the factors: leadership, health and safety, quality management and environmental management.


First published online: 07 Mar 2016

Keyword : Integrated Planning, sustainability, construction site management, time pressure, leadership, health and safety, environmental management, quality management

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Mikaelsson, L.- Åke, & Larsson, J. (2017). Integrated planning for sustainable building production – an evolution over three decades. Journal of Civil Engineering and Management, 23(2), 319-326. https://doi.org/10.3846/13923730.2015.1023350
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