Event code: 77053
Precast concrete technology had been identified as one of the key areas of focus to improve productivity in the construction industry. It has been observed that there is more room for a greater adoption of this technology in Singapore. Good site management practices and planning of precast concrete construction activities such as on-site/off-site casting of precast members, transportation of the members to site, erection and construction considerations would contribute to more efficient, less labour intensive and faster construction. This would eventually lead to better construction productivity.
This workshop provides construction managers with practical knowledge in the planning, execution and control of precast concrete construction. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to plan and manage precast concrete construction site activities effectively.
1) Overview of precast concrete construction
• Introduction to precast concrete construction
• Buildability and productivity: standardisation, prefabrication
• Precast concrete components including prefabricated bathroom units & CD shelters
2) Planning of precast concrete construction activities
• Planning of production, moulds, erection sequence
• Schedule of precast concrete construction works
• Site preparations
• Constraints in precast components manufacturing
3) Managing precast concrete construction
• Control of erection activities
• Manpower arrangements
4) Case studies of successful management of precast concrete projects
5) Group assignment / presentation
MR AKIO ISHIBASHI is currently the General Manager at the International Engineering Department of Shimizu Corporation. He has a degree in Architecture from the University of Tokyo. He is a licensed 1st Class Architect and 1st Class Building Work Executor, both in Japan. He joined Shimizu Corporation, Japan, in 1981 and was involved in various construction projects in Japan, Bangkok, Dubai and Singapore as a project manager, senior planning manager and general manager. Some of the building projects which he was involved in were Sakae Building of Fukoku Mutual Life Insurance Company (Japan), 2nd Tamiya Building (Japan), Kyowa 2nd Building (Japan), Akasaka 2-chome Kyodo Building (Japan) and Dubai Marina Residences (Dubai).
DR CUI WEI is currently a Deputy General Manager at the International Engineering Department of Shimizu Corporation. He obtained his PhD from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He joined Shimizu Corporation in 1995 and was involved in many precast concrete building projects including Changi Airport Terminal 3, HDB Centre, Trellis Tower, CAAS Cargo Agent Building ‘E’ and other HDB building projects as well as building construction projects involving the use of structural steel in Singapore and China.
ASSESSMENT & AWARD
• Participants who achieve at least 75% attendance and complete the assignments will be awarded a Certificate of Successful Completion (CSC).
• Achieving CSC is mandatory for each participant to enjoy the course fee subsidy.
WSH-CPD (WSH Officer): 9 SDUs
IES-ACES (RTO/RE): Pending
Project/Construction managers, Engineers, Supervisory personnel, Precast fabricators,
Contractors and Safety personnel.
26th Run: 22, 25 & 29 Apr 2019 ( 3 evenings)
Duration: 9 hours
Time: 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Venue: BCA Academy
Fees (Incl of GST):
S$525.00 (without Subsidy)
S$210.98 (with WTU funding support for eligible local participants*)
Refreshments will be provided.
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