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|Title:||WEB-BASED CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM|
|Keywords:||CIVIL ENGINEERING;WEB-BASED CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM;SOFTWARE PRIMAVERA PROJECT PLANNER;CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM|
|Abstract:||Technical advancements over the years have allowed us to build faster, safer and bigger and the goal remains - completion of a quality product on time and within budget. To achieve this goal, the management needs to know the progress of the project in a timely and accurate manner, how is the project progressing, where they are currently in comparison to the initially set plans, whether deadlines are met, budgets are respected etc. Managing a major project is almost impossible without a comprehensive management plan and a functional Construction Management Information System (CMIS), which is dynamic in nature. Present study aims to develop a system for the project personnel in construction projects to collaborate on Web to improve the management of the exchanged information. CMIS is a tool to help the project manager as the decision maker in the project site. This system will provide the information needed by project manager to execute his job. CMIS is based on database. The scope of this dissertation is to analyze and systemize the information needs of project personnel in Building Construction Department and apply CMIS to enhance the problem solving and information management abilities of construction site management personnel. The project planning and scheduling has been analyzed using the software Primavera Project Planner. A web based approach has been chosen for CMIS implementation. This approach allows the user to access CMIS from anywhere with user name and password through the internet. CMIS provides several user interviews which are not new thing for construction personnel; CMIS just transfers them into an online system. CMIS is applied to a live project, as a case study.|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Puri, N.|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS (Civil Engg)|
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