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姓名 莎莉雅(Zetta Rasullia Kamandang)  查詢紙本館藏   畢業系所 營建管理研究所
論文名稱 時程延遲分析方法應用於印尼營建工程專案之評估
(Evaluation of Schedule Delay Approaches to Indonesia Construction Project)
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摘要(中) 時程延遲是在營建產業中令人困擾的問題之一。作業項目之延遲可能會增加專案工期、成本,甚至日後會導致專案參與者之間的展延索賠等糾紛。過往已有一些時程延遲分析方法被提出,但大多數的方法包含許多的假設和主觀評估。為了確認既有時程延遲分析方法之穩健性(robustness),本研究利用一個印尼有多重邏輯作業關係與高頻率共同延遲的營建專案案例進行測試。此外,本研究亦提出可供印尼營建產業選擇合適的時程延遲分析方法之參考指引,以利協助解決印尼營建產業中經常發生共同延遲的時程延遲問題。在本研究中,已完成了收集和分析實際專案時程資訊、確認延遲事件、執行延遲分析和比較分析的結果、訪談印尼的營建產業專家等工作。本研究認為多數的時程延遲分析方法可應用於印尼營建產業的時程延遲案例,但其適用性取決於所需要的結果和可取得的資料。本研究提出的參考指引包括三個階段的準則,其重點包括施工前應在契約中決定共同延遲、浮時所有權和延遲分類之方式;施工中與完工後應分類時程延遲類型並轉換為時程分析比較表,同時應明確記錄共同延遲在業主與承包商的責任。
摘要(英) Schedule delay is one of the worrying problems in the construction industry. Activity delays might increase project duration, cost and sometimes cause delay claim disputes between participants in construction projects. Some methods have been developed for analyzing and measuring project schedule delays, but most of those methods contain assumptions and subjective assessments. Furthermore, conducting a study that processes a robustness test of previous researches is noteworthy. In order to analyze and examine schedule delay approaches to support the research robustness, this study implements popular schedule delay analysis methods into a real project case in Indonesia which has varied relationships among activities and high frequency of concurrent delays. Moreover, this research aims to provide a guideline in choosing the suitable schedule delay analysis method(s) for Indonesia construction practitioners and discover the characteristics of method(s) that can obtain concurrent delay result since the concurrent delay is one of important issues in schedule delay. In this study, collecting and analyzing actual project schedule information, identifying delay events, executing delay analysis and comparing analytical results have been completed to examine the possibilities of applying available methods to provide reasonable or even correct outcomes. Interviews with domain experts in Indonesia were also conducted to collect some information, advices and opinions in order providing a relevant guideline. This study concludes that most of schedule delay analysis methods can be used for Indonesia construction project. The applicability depends on the needed results and the available data. This study also provides a guideline consisting of three phases, before, during, and during/after construction project. Before construction, preparing concurrent delay, float ownership and delay categorizing issues is necessary in the contract. Categorizing schedule delay type is preferable during the construction and arranging the as-planned schedule, as-built schedule and delay time/types into one comparison table can be performed during or after the construction. In term of obtaining concurrent delay results, dividing schedule into several time frames and including the owner’s and contractor’s perspective continuously into one calculation are essential.
關鍵字(中) ★ 營建管理
★ 時程延遲分析
★ 共同延遲
★ 印尼
關鍵字(英) ★ Construction management
★ Schedule delay analysis
★ Concurrent Delay
★ Indonesia
論文目次 ABSTRACT i
摘要 ii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS iii
TABLE OF CONTENTS iv
LIST OF FIGURES vii
LIST OF TABLES viii
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1
1.1 Research Background and Motivation 1
1.2 Problem Statements 2
1.3 Objectives, Scopes, and Limitations 3
1.4 Research Methodology 4
1.5 Research Flowchart 5
1.6 Thesis Structure 6
CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW 8
2.1 Construction Schedule 8
2.2 Type of Project Schedule 8
2.2.1 Project Schedules 8
2.2.2 Schedule for Delay Analysis 9
2.3 Delays in Construction Project 10
2.4 Causes of Delay 10
2.5 Types of Construction Delay 11
2.5.1 Excusable and Non-Excusable Delays 12
2.5.2 Critical and non-critical delays 14
2.5.3 Concurrent delays 14
2.6 Float Ownership 17
2.7 Review of Delay Analysis Techniques 17
2.7.1 As-planned vs. As-built Method 18
2.7.2 The Impacted As-planned Method (What If Approaches) 18
2.7.3 The Collapsed As-built Method (But-For Technique) 18
2.7.4 Isolated Delay Type (IDT) Technique 19
2.7.5 Window But-For Technique 19
2.7.6 Isolated Collapsed But-For Method (ICBF) Technique 19
2.7.7 Effect-based Delay Analysis Method (EDAM Method) 20
CHAPTER 3: CASE STUDY METHODOLOGY 21
3.1 Case Study Process 21
3.2 Case Introduction 21
3.2.1 Basic Information of Study Case 21
3.2.2 Information Available for Case Study 22
3.2.3 Data Manipulation of Obtained Project Schedules 25
3.3 Schedule Delay Analysis Method Selection 32
3.4 Introduction to Study Delay Analysis Methods 32
3.4.1 As-planned vs. As-built Method Methodology 32
3.4.2 Impacted As-planned Method Methodology 33
3.4.3 The Collapsed As-built Method (But-For) Technique Methodology 34
3.4.4 Isolated Delay Type Methodology 34
3.4.5 Window But-For Technique Methodology 35
3.4.6 Isolated Collapsed But-For Method Methodology 37
3.4.7 Critical Path Effect Based Delay Analysis Method Methodology 37
CHAPTER 4: SCHEDULE DELAY ANALYSIS 42
4.1 As-planned vs. As-built Method 42
4.2 Impacted As-Planned Method 43
4.3 The Collapsed As-built Method (But-For) Technique 45
4.4 Isolated Delay Type 47
4.5 Window But-For Technique 50
4.6 Isolated Collapsed But-For Method 51
4.7 Critical Effect Based Delay Analysis Method (EDAM) 53
4.8 Comparison Results of Each Method 56
CHAPTER 5: GUIDELINE IN CHOOSING THE MOST SUITABLE SCHEDULE DELAY ANALYSIS METHOD(S) 59
5.1 Real Situations in Indonesia Construction Project 59
5.2 Guideline Phases 59
5.2.1 Before Construction 60
5.2.2 During Construction 61
5.2.3 During/After Construction 61
5.3 Evaluation of The Suitability of Proposed Guideline 62
CHAPTER 6: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 63
6.1 Conclusions 63
6.2 Recommendations 64
6.2.1 Recommendations for Construction Project Practitioners 64
6.2.2 Recommendations for Future Works 65
REFERENCES 66
APPENDIX 70
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指導教授 楊智斌(Jyh-Bin, Yang) 審核日期 2017-6-26
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