Informal, verbal communication of work instructions negatively affects labor productivity, workface questions, rework, and safety. Despite this, contractors rely on verbal communication because the state-of-practice method to produce better-quality and more formal work instructions is time intensive, error prone, and produces instruction with inconsistent format and content. Moreover, even with a method to produce work instructions that addresses the above challenges, the contractor needs implementation guidance to correctly address the implementation challenges.The template is for field construction operations only and does not address support activities such as material movement and equipment maintenance, or managerial activities such as quality control and progress reporting. ... We plan to continue our research to extend the scope of this template to other construction disciplines (e.g., plumbing, framing, and steel structure), perform quantitative validations ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Method to Produce Field Instructions from Product and Process Models|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|