Concrete bored piles construction productivity assessment using regression analysis

Tarek Zayed, Daniel W. Halpin

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Abstract

The installation of pile (drilled shaft) foundations is complicated by an enormous number of problems. They include unseen subsurface obstacles, lack of contractor experience, and site planning. These major problems and other minor ones make it difficult for the estimator to evaluate the piling project productivity and cost. This study is designed to assess these problems using regression technique. The piling process activities' duration, productivity, and cost assessment are addressed. Data were collected for this study through designed questionnaires, site interviews, and telephone calls to experts in different construction companies. Many variables have been considered in the piling construction process. Seven regression linear models have been designed and validated to assess productivity, cycle time, and cost.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCSCE 30th Annual Conference Proceedings
Subtitle of host publication2002 Challenges Ahead - 4th Structural Specialty Conference, 4th Transportation Specialty Conference and 2nd material Specialty Conference
Pages415-423
Number of pages9
Volume2002
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2002
Externally publishedYes
EventCanadian Society for Civil Engineering - 30th Annual Conference: 2002 Chellenges Ahead - Montreal, QB, Canada
Duration: 5 Jun 20028 Jun 2002

Conference

ConferenceCanadian Society for Civil Engineering - 30th Annual Conference: 2002 Chellenges Ahead
CountryCanada
CityMontreal, QB
Period5/06/028/06/02

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Engineering(all)

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