Document Type


Date of Award

Spring 5-31-1989

Degree Name

Master of Science in Management Engineering - (M.S.)


Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

First Advisor

Carl Wolf


A critical component of construction project management is the improvement of jobsite productivity. This paper proposes a procedure for use by project managers to assess jobsite productivity performance. The methodology provides a framework which when applied will identify specific aspects of the jobsite where potential productivity improvement is possible. A major feature is its systematic approach which will direct the project manager to the specific resources which when better managed will lead to lower construction costs.



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