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|Published online||13 March 2019|
Study on Resource Management for Prefabricated Concrete Building Based on BIM Technology
1 Tongji University, Economics and Management School, 200092, Shanghai, China
2 Shanghai Ershiye Construction Co., Ltd, 201999, Shanghai, China
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
A comparative analysis of resource management elements between PC (Prefabricated Concrete) structure and traditional cast-in-place structure was carried out firstly. Based on BIM (Building Information Modeling) technology, the resource management elements such as labour, materials and machinery for PC building were analyzed detailedly. It was shown that the dynamic and rational allocation of labour in the narrow work plan for PC building can be realized by the labour deployment method proposed in this paper; the adjustment time of the inclined bracing system for PC building can be reduced to a large extent by the this turnover method proposed in this paper; and the problem of arrangement and selection of tower crane for PC building can be solved by the analysis method of tower crane proposed in this paper.
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