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An international resource sharing system for construction programs in the South Pacific Commission area

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Title: An international resource sharing system for construction programs in the South Pacific Commission area
Authors: Woolard, Donald Stafford
Keywords: Construction industry -- Oceania
Construction industry -- Management
System analysis
Construction industry
Construction industry -- Management
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Issue Date: 1970
Publisher: [Honolulu]
Abstract: The purpose of the thesis is to prove the hypothesis that a resource sharing system for construction programs in the South Pacific Commission area could deal more effectively with the existing constructional problems to the mutual benefit of the island peoples and the administrations involved in the area. The study was carried out by analyzing the existing construction program operations covering building programming, financing, design, costing, construction and evaluation. A computer simulation model (CONPROG) was developed to represent one typical sector of construction. The model simulates the housing activity in twelve of the island territories over a twenty-year period.
Description: Typescript.
Bibliography: leaves 113-115.
Microfiche.
x, 115 leaves illustrations, maps, tables
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/36043
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