Fully integrated and automated project processes (FIAPP) in building construction and renovation - A brick at a time

Kumpon Subsomboon, Symeon Christodoulou, Fletcher Griffis

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Abstract

The paper summarizes research efforts performed, or currently under way, in the development and implementation of FIAPP-based systems for clients in the private and public sectors, and results from New York City case studies in building construction and renovation (case studies include the renovation of the Brotherhood Synagogue, the construction of Polytechnic University's new dormitory, and a renovation of New York City Transit subway station complex). The case studies and underlying research efforts build on the experiences of the research team and the strengths of FIAPP technology, as well as put forward lessons learned on issues related to strategic planning, impediments to adoption of the technology, expectations of clients and project participants, implementation and knowledge transfer. The paper further outlines current Architectural, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) practices and suggested implementation strategies for FIAPP-based technologies to ensure success at all levels and stages of a project and an organization, with emphasis on knowledge transfer to such participants for sustainability of their efforts. The case studies described herein are supplemented with, and fueled by, educational and research efforts put in place to provide the industry with the engineers, managers and leaders of tomorrow.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationBuilding Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference
EditorsM. Lui, M. Lui, K.M. Parfitt
Pages204-208
Number of pages5
StatePublished - 2003
EventBuilding Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference - Austin, TX, United States
Duration: Sep 17 2003Sep 20 2003

Other

OtherBuilding Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference
CountryUnited States
CityAustin, TX
Period9/17/039/20/03

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Keywords

  • 3D model
  • 4D model
  • FIAPP
  • Material management
  • Procurement
  • Status monitoring system

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Architecture

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Subsomboon, K., Christodoulou, S., & Griffis, F. (2003). Fully integrated and automated project processes (FIAPP) in building construction and renovation - A brick at a time. In M. Lui, M. Lui, & K. M. Parfitt (Eds.), Building Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference (pp. 204-208)

Fully integrated and automated project processes (FIAPP) in building construction and renovation - A brick at a time. / Subsomboon, Kumpon; Christodoulou, Symeon; Griffis, Fletcher.

Building Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference. ed. / M. Lui; M. Lui; K.M. Parfitt. 2003. p. 204-208.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Subsomboon, K, Christodoulou, S & Griffis, F 2003, Fully integrated and automated project processes (FIAPP) in building construction and renovation - A brick at a time. in M Lui, M Lui & KM Parfitt (eds), Building Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference. pp. 204-208, Building Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference, Austin, TX, United States, 9/17/03.
Subsomboon K, Christodoulou S, Griffis F. Fully integrated and automated project processes (FIAPP) in building construction and renovation - A brick at a time. In Lui M, Lui M, Parfitt KM, editors, Building Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference. 2003. p. 204-208
Subsomboon, Kumpon ; Christodoulou, Symeon ; Griffis, Fletcher. / Fully integrated and automated project processes (FIAPP) in building construction and renovation - A brick at a time. Building Integration Solutions: Proceedings of the Architectural Engineering 2003 Conference. editor / M. Lui ; M. Lui ; K.M. Parfitt. 2003. pp. 204-208
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