PRODUCTION FLOW IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF TALL BUILDINGS

@inproceedings{Sacks2009PRODUCTIONFI,
  title={PRODUCTION FLOW IN THE CONSTRUCTION OF TALL BUILDINGS},
  author={Rafael Sacks and Rebecca Partouche},
  year={2009}
}
The time required for construction of tall buildings, whether measured per floor or per unit area built, increased consistently through most of the 20 th century despite the introduction of improved construction technologies that increased productivity. The explanation for this seeming contradiction appears to lie in the ways in which resources are applied. As buildings have themselves become more technologically complex, so have the networks of subcontracting that characterize their supply… CONTINUE READING