Data Warehouse

CII's Data Warehouse is a first-of-its kind benchmarking and research platform that was built with high performance computing in mind.

This program combines 25 years of benchmarking expertise with advanced computational capabilities and data expertise from the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC). 

There is a profound truth to the aphorism “what gets measured, gets improved” and the Data Warehouse brings CII's performance assessment program into the Big Data era, setting the foundation for more projects and greater richness of detail that can be captured.  

CII's Data Warehouse is hosted at the The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC). TACC designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources. The extraordinary resources of TACC are powering the data renaissance at CII and in our industry.  CII is able to leverage the hundreds of millions of dollars of IT investment at TACC for an unmatched (low) price for our members. Most importantly, these data cannot be sold. Precisely because CII is a not-for-profit headquartered at a leading public university, it is the very best place for your data to reside.

Over time, with continued research, development, and deployment of machine learning algorithms applied to a rich, diverse data set, the system will be the most advanced data warehouse and project analytics platform in existence for A/E/C capital facilities.

Data Analytics CBA

The Data Analytics CBA will promote the use of the Data Warehouse (DW) both within CII membership and elsewhere, communicating to the broader CII community about data collection campaigns and other initiatives. It will serve as a resource for those who are seeking training and access to the system. It will provide support and assistance to those who seek to integrate with the DW via the automated data collection system. It will also provide a space for participants to collaborate and share stories of challenges and success. This CBA will coordinate activities with other CII groups (standing committees, sector committees, and CBAs) as appropriate.

10-10

CII's 10-10 Program is an online service and will continue to be available for participants, eventually merging into the PDW.  The 10-10 Program surveys by phase, with 10 leading indicators and 10 outcome measures. 

For questions, contact Deborah DeGezelle
 
Deborah DeGezelle, Manager of Information Services
(512) 232-3060
ddegezelle@cii.utexas.edu
Mike Pappas, Associate Director
(512) 232-3007
mike.pappas@cii.utexas.edu
Zhe Yin, Graduate Research Assistant
(512) 232-3051
zhe.yin@cii.utexas.edu
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