Assessment of Operability and Maintainability Success Factors in Provision of Extended Constructability Principles

  • Saghatforoush E
  • Trigunarsyah B
  • Too E
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Abstract

The concept of constructability integrates individual construction functions and experiences through suitable and timely inputs into early stages of project planning and design. It aims to ease construction processes for a more effective and efficient achievement of overall project objectives. Similarly, the concepts of operability and maintainability integrate the functions and experiences of Operation and Maintenance (O&M) into project planning and design. Various studies suggested that these concepts have been implemented in isolation of each other and thus preventing optimum result in delivering infrastructure projects. This paper explores the integration of these three concepts in order to maximize the benefits of their implementation. It reviews the literature to identify the main O&M concerns, and assesses their association with constructability principles. This provides a structure to develop an extended constructability model that includes O&M concerns. It is anticipated that an extended constructability model that include O&M considerations can lead to a more efficient and effective delivery of infrastructure projects.

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  • Constructability
  • Infrastructure Projects
  • Maintainability
  • Operability
  • Success Factors

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Authors

  • Ehsan Saghatforoush

  • Bambang Trigunarsyah

  • Eric Too

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