The Re-use of Site Data to Inform Business Processes

Ward, Michael; Thorpe, Tony; Price, Andrew

The increased implementation of site data capture technologies invariably results in an increase in data warehousing and database technologies to store captured data. However, restricted use of data beyond the initial application could potentially result in a loss of understanding of site processes. This could in turn lead to poor decision making at production, tactical and strategic levels. Concrete usage data have been collected from two piling processes. These data have been analysed and the results highlighted potential improvements that could be made to existing site management and estimating processes. A cost benefit analysis has been used to support decision making at the strategic level where the identified improvements require capital expenditure.


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Ward, Michael / Thorpe, Tony / Price, Andrew: The Re-use of Site Data to Inform Business Processes. 2004.

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