Investigation of Industrialised Building System Performance in Comparison to Conventional Construction Method

  • Othuman Mydin M
  • Sani N
  • Phius A
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Abstract

Conventional construction methods are still widely practised, although many researches have indicated that this method is less effective compared to the IBS construction method. The existence of the IBS has added to the many techniques within the construction industry. This study is aimed at making comparisons between the two construction approaches. Case studies were conducted at four sites in the state of Penang, Malaysia. Two projects were IBS-based while the remaining two deployed the conventional method of construction. Based on an analysis of the results, it can be concluded that the IBS approach has more to offer compared to the conventional method. Among these advantages are shorter construction periods, reduced overall costs, less labour needs, better site conditions and the production of higher quality components.

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Othuman Mydin, M. A., Sani, N. M., & Phius, A. F. (2014). Investigation of Industrialised Building System Performance in Comparison to Conventional Construction Method. MATEC Web of Conferences, 10, 04001. https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/20141004001

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