ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM - ACTS

@article{Ioannou1993ADVANCEDCT,
  title={ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM - ACTS},
  author={Photios G. Ioannou and Liang Y. Liu},
  journal={Journal of Construction Engineering and Management-asce},
  year={1993},
  volume={119},
  pages={288-306}
}
The Advanced Construction Technology System (ACTS) is a computerized data base for the classification, documentation, storage, and retrieval of information about emerging construction technologies. ACTS consists of a custom Microsoft (MS) Windows application, classification, and keyword files and a data base of emerging technologies. It currently includes technologies that relate to civil, architectural, electrical, instrumentation, mechanical, and piping systems. Tehnologies have been… 

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