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|Title: ||Cost analysis for deep excavation in Taipei city|
|Authors: ||Tsai, J. H.|
Chern, S. G.
Lin, C. C.
|Issue Date: ||2019-01-03T03:16:50Z
|Publisher: ||Kuwait Journal of Science and Engineering|
|Abstract: ||Abstract: This paper explores Taiwan's construction industry in terms of its property environment as well as its profit making capabilities. Taiwan's construction industries are generally low in capital and they face problems like expensive raw materials and low profit margins. Under such circumstances and increased competition within the construction industry, coupled with a decline in the number of such employees, there is a need to build a costing model for deep excavation projects. Thirty-four case studies from Taipei urban area's deep excavation projects were analyzed, statistical and performance analyses were done on each case study's execution budget. Based on the results of these two analyses, it was found that total budget and total floor area have very high correlations with budgets of management, structural construction, and finish work. The relationship between total budget and budgets of management, structural construction, and finish work and the relationship between total floor area and budgets of management, structural construction, and finish work are developed through regression analyses. Based on these regression models, the total budget and total floor area can be estimated easily once the budgets of management, structural construction, and finish work are known.|
|Relation: ||36(2) pp.1-12|
|Appears in Collections:||[河海工程學系] 期刊論文|
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