Information system strategy for promoting demolition project management
Liu, Chunlu and Pun, Sung Kin 2004, Information system strategy for promoting demolition project management, in Information systems adoption and business productivity 2004: proceedings of the Eighth Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, [Department of Information Management and Information System, Fudan University], [Shanghai, China], pp. 2276-2282.
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Building demolition has been undergoing evolutionary development in its technologies for several decades. In order to achieve a high level of demolition material reuse and recycling, new management approaches are also necessitated, in particular in conjunction with the applications of information technologies. The development of an information system for demolition project management is an impactful strategy to support various demolition activities including waste exchange, demolition visualization, and demolition method selection and evaluation. This paper aims to develop a framework of an integrated information system for building demolition project demolition decision-making and waste minimization. The components of this information system and their interactions are demonstrated through a specifical demolition project.
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Field of Research
120201 Building Construction Management and Project Planning
Socio Economic Objective
970112 Expanding Knowledge in Built Environment and Design
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