Engineering Business Journal
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New construction engineering study findings recently were reported by researchers at University of Houston
November 5th, 2008
According to recent research from the United States, "Labor productivity is a fundamental piece of information for estimating and scheduling a construction project. The current practice of labor productivity estimation relies primarily on either published productivity data or an individual's experience."
"There is a lack of a systematic approach to measuring and estimating labor productivity. Although historical project data hold important predictive productivity information, the lack of a consistent productivity measurement system and the low quality of historical data may prevent a meaningful analysis of labor productivity. In response to these problems, this paper...
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Source: Engineering Business Journal (2008-11-05)