Offsite Production and Manufacturing for Innovative Construction (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
524
Utgivningsdatum
2019-06-25
Förlag
Routledge
Illustratör/Fotograf
black and white 57 Tables 98 Line drawings, black and white 37 Halftones black and white
Illustrationer
98 Line drawings, black and white; 37 Halftones, black and white; 57 Tables, black and white
Dimensioner
250 x 176 x 30 mm
Vikt
974 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9781138550711
Offsite Production and Manufacturing for Innovative Construction (häftad)

Offsite Production and Manufacturing for Innovative Construction

People, Process and Technology

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The offsite and modular market is continuing to grow. This book builds on the success of a number of initiatives, including formative findings from literature, research and development and practice-based evidence (success stories). It presents new thinking and direction from leading experts in the fields of: design, process, construction, engineering, manufacturing, logistics, robotics, delivery platforms, business and transformational strategies, change management, legislation, organisational learning, software design, innovation and biomimetics. This book is particularly novel and timely, as it brings together a number of cogent subjects under one collective `umbrella'. Each of these chapters contain original findings, all of which culminate in three 'Key Learning Points' which provide new insight into the cross-cutting themes, interrelationships and symbiotic forces that exist between each of these chapters. This approach also provides readers with new contextualised understanding of the wider issues affecting the offsite market, from the need to embrace societal challenges, through to the development of rich value-laden solutions required for creating sector resilience. Content includes a balance between case studies and practice-based work, through to technical topics, theoretical propositions, pioneering research and future offsite opportunities ready for exploitation. This work includes: stakeholder integration, skills acquisition, new business models and processes, circularity and sustainable business strategies, robotics and automation, innovation and change, lean production methodologies and new construction methods, Design for Manufacturing and Assembly, scaled portfolio platforms and customisability, new legal regulatory standards and conformance issues and offsite feasibility scenario development/integration.
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Jack S. Goulding is Professor of Construction Project Management at the University of Wolverhampton (UK) and Joint Coordinator of CIB W121: Offsite Construction. He works closely with industry developing new business models, strategies and change programmes, including technology transfer, organisational learning and offsite manufacturing. Farzad Pour Rahimian is an Associate Professor at Northumbria University (UK), with expertise in the mainstream areas of: BIM, IT Integrated Design and Construction, Virtual-Reality, Automation, Simulation and Optimisation. He has led various publicly funded research projects, supervised numerous industry-based PhD students and published more than 120 research outputs.

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1 Offsite Manufacturing: Envisioning the Future Agenda Jack S. Goulding and Farzad Pour Rahimian 2 Offsite Construction Driving Forces: A Critical Reflection of Hofstede's National Culture Model Yuedan Liu, Chao Mao, and Xiangyu Wang 3 Offsite Manufacturing: Discontinuous Challenges and Opportunities for Offsite Lifecycle Processes in Malaysia Rahinah Ibrahim and Ali Rashidi 4 Offsite Manufacturing in Construction: A Union of Business Models, Determinative Constructs, and Strategic Accomplishment Gary D. Holt 5 Industrialised House Building: Concepts and its Application in Sweden Jerker Lessing and Lars Stehn 6 Design for Manufacture and Assembly in Offsite Construction and Relationship with Concurrent Engineering Mehrdad Arashpour 7 Demonstration of BERA Language-Based Approach to Offsite Construction Design Analysis Jin-Kook Lee and Charles M. Eastman 8 Scoping Potential of Virtual Reality and Offsite Manufacturing: Envisioning the Future Phillippa K. Carnemolla 9 Towards Optimising OSM Implementation in Construction Projects: A Sustainable Procurement Perspective Ahmed W.A. Hammad, Monty Sutrisna, and Atiq Zaman 10 Productivity, Innovation and Disruption: A Study of Offsite Construction in the United States Ryan E. Smith and Ivan Rupnik 11 Core Offsite Manufacture Industry Drivers Robert Hairstans and Tsvetomila A. Duncheva 12 Offsite Construction Capability and Sector Resilience in the UK: An Integrated Systemic Approach for Learning Wafaa Nadim 13 Innovative Robotics and Automation for Offsite Manufacturing Bahriye Ilhan, Thomas Bock, Thomas Linner, Kepa Iturralde, Wen Pan and Rongbo Hu 14 The Impact of Organisational Learning and Change on Offsite Manufacturing Christian Thuesen and Baris Bekdik 15 Stakeholder Transformation in OSM Infrastructure Construction Bryan Hubbard and Sarah M. Hubbard 16 Core OSM Implementation Strategies Edgar P. Small 17 Prefabricated Housing Firms in Japan and Sweden: Learning from Leading Countries Karen Manley and Kristian Widen 18 Offsite Manufacturing Innovation in a Biomimetic Future Ehab Sayed 19 Optimising Offsite Manufactured Components in the UK House-Building Sector: Understanding the Legal and Contractual Issues Andrew Agapiou 20 Rethinking Offsite Manufacturing for Disaster Resilience Niraj Thurairajah, Gayan Wedawatta, and Nirooja Thurairajah 21 Developing and Diffusing a Timber-Based Multi-Storey Housing System: Moving Towards Offsite Manufacturing John E.A. Lindgren