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RT-334 defined out-of-sequence work (OOS) as an activity or series of activities that are not performed according to a planned logical productive sequence. Despite the seriousness of the challenges that OOS imposes on the construction industry, the existing body of literature ...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Risk-Management/topics/RT-334 7/25/2017 1:20:35 PM
In 1989, the CII Change Order Impact Task Force decided to study the impacts of changes in projects related to costs and schedules. The intent of the research effort was to study multiple completed construction projects as a group at the macro level, rather than study any one ...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Project-Program-Management/topics/RT-027a 2/7/2016 6:09:30 AM
RT-153 was tasked with identifying the variables that predict field rework, beginning in the early design and definition phase. The team defined Rework as @activities in the field that have to be done more than once in the field, or activities that remove work previously insta...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Quality-Management/topics/RT-153 2/7/2016 6:12:20 AM
The main objective of RT-323 was to first define what is a premature start, determine what drives a premature start, understand what impacts occur as a result, and lastly, to investigate if there any leading indicators, or red flags, that could serve as early warning signs tha...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Business-and-Project-Processes/topics/RT-323 6/9/2016 3:15:29 PM
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/design-planning-optimization/topics/rt-233#presentation105 7/31/2007 12:00:00 AM
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/design-planning-optimization/topics/rt-233#presentation106 7/31/2007 12:00:00 AM
The construction industry requires comprehensive predictive tools that will allow measurement of critical indicators and accurate predictions of project success while a project is progressing. Project success is normally defined as meeting the project criteria for cost, schedu...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Project-Controls/topics/RT-107 2/7/2016 6:10:17 AM
Over the years, CII has conducted significant research to analyze and measure risks during project development and to develop tools to help predict potential risks to key project outcomes (cost, schedule, quality/operability, safety, stakeholder satisfaction). Perhaps the best...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Project-Controls/topics/RT-220 2/7/2016 6:15:21 AM
This research is the first effort of CII, published in July 1986, to define and quantify the benefits of an effective constructability program. It defines constructability as the optimum use of construction knowledge and experience in planning, design, procurement, and field o...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Design-Planning-Optimization/topics/RT-003 2/7/2016 6:08:34 AM
The primary goal of RT-269 was to demonstrate how existing technology can be used to record and warn construction personnel of the presence of hazards in real-time. Various devices were evaluated that warn construction personnel of the presence of potential hazards in real tim...
/resources/knowledgebase/knowledge-areas/Safety/topics/RT-269 2/7/2016 6:17:35 AM
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