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Title: Productivity Analysis of Shuttering Works for Sewage Treatment Plant
Authors: Pandey A.
Chaudhary P.K.
Das B.B.
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering , Vol. 105 , , p. 461 - 471
Abstract: Formwork is considered as important element of construction projects like in traditional reinforced concrete infrastructure projects. It is labor-intensive work that requires highly skilled workers such as carpenters, bar benders, etc., to execute the work more accurately and efficiently. In view of the fact that it is difficult to find high-skilled workers for formwork process and hence it is important to find the ways or methods of formwork construction that is less labor dependent or in other words methods that are highly productive with minimum number of workers. The quality of formwork exerts a direct influence on the surface of concrete and on its dimensions. Since reinforced concrete work is involved in majority of the buildings, the level of workmanship of the construction project can be identified by seeing the quality of formwork. In order to improve the productivity of the formwork process and its quality then it is necessary to improve its working methodology by identifying the bottlenecks using scientific management. And as we very well know that money is always the center of discussion in our construction projects. To complete the project within its expected, designed cost of the project is one of the major requirements of the project to become a successful project. That’s why the topic ‘Productivity analysis in shuttering for Sewer Treatment Plant Project’ is a great tool to analyze the shortcomings in the present methodology of formwork erection and to mechanize a highly effective model for formwork and this can be achieved by the productivity analysis. © 2021, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
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