Korea’s Construction Business Informatization Overview and Future Plans

DOI: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B003   PDF   HTML     3,870 Downloads   4,953 Views  

Abstract

South Korea’s construction industry won orders worth USD 58 billion in 2011, and as such, it has achieved a remarkable growth. However, despite such an impressive quantitative growth, value-added quality growth has been very slow. Thus, the Ministry of Land, Transport and Marine Affairs (MLTM) is pushing ahead with the construction informatization initiative (Construction Continuous Acquisition & Life-cycle Support - CALS) in order to systematically manage a wide range of construction information by stage and to enhance the efficiency of construction costs. This study aims to review the country’s construction CALS to explore a construction development direction. 

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Seo, M. and Kim, N. (2012) Korea’s Construction Business Informatization Overview and Future Plans. Creative Education, 3, 14-16. doi: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B003.

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References

[1] Jin Gyeong-ho, Opportunities for the Improvement of Competitiveness and Efficiency of Construction Industry, NIIST’s Role, Construction Technology Trends 2010, KICT, December 2010.
[2] MLTM, Third Master Plan for Construction CALS, December 2007.
[3] KICT, 2010 Construction CALS Operation and Function Improvement, MLTM, March 2010.
[4] KICT, 2010 Construction CALS Standard Construction and Operation, MLTM, March 2010.

  
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