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Iris D. Tommelein
University of California, Berkeley
EngineeringSystems engineeringOperations managementLean constructionComputer science
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#1Iris D. Tommelein (University of California, Berkeley)H-Index: 29
AbstractAs a tribute to Ray Levitt’s early computer science contributions, this paper presents the research methodology he and I in close collaboration with Barbara Hayes-Roth followed to develop t...
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AbstractManaging tolerances is a challenge addressed daily on construction projects, yet tolerance management methods and knowledge of such methods appear to be lacking in the architecture-engineer...
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The purpose of this paper is to explore opportunities and barriers to using lean construction to address issues related to the value, quality and scalability of affordable housing production in Latin America.,This paper presents a case study of a housing developer in Ecuador that used lean construction in the design and construction stages of an affordable housing project. The study describes how the developer addressed operational challenges derived from implementing a customization strategy an...
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Author(s): Tommelein, Iris D., PhD; Blampied, Nigel | Abstract: The California Budget Act of 2016 included a provision to “complete a post-implementation review of the Project Resourcing and Schedule Management (PRSM) information technology system upgrade completed by the Department of Transportation”. The PRSM system referenced is Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) software deployed at Caltrans in 2014 and intended to enable Caltrans to effectively plan State employee and consultant time spent on ...
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