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Integreeritud projektijuhtimine – varjatud potentsiaal

Bugajenko, Danil (2016) Integreeritud projektijuhtimine – varjatud potentsiaal. [thesis] [en] Integrated Project Delivery – Hidden Potential.

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Abstract

Töö koostamise käigus sain palju uut teavet uuendusliku projektijuhtimise lähenemisviisi kohta. Kindlasti võib öelda, et see metoodika on suure ja tänapäeval veel varjatud potentsiaaliga. Ehitusettevõtete juhtkonnal ja projektijuhtidel on veel palju tööd teha, et uued reeglid IPD firmade käitumismallidesse sisse kirjutada. Praegu on aga selge, et meie valduses on mitmekülgne ja pidevalt arenev tehnoloogia, mis on kasulik igale ettevõttele. Lõputöös käsitletud ettevõtte probleemid said lahenduse lean metoodika tööriistade abil, mis eeldab, et firma tulevikus areneb ja IPD juurutamine on täiesti võimalik. Selleks on ettevõttel vaja astuda mõni uuenduslik samm. Oleks loogiline soovitada nii väikeettevõtetele kui ka suurtele ehitusorganisatsioonidele oma arengus mitte peatuda. Pidevalt tekivad uued võimalused, mis tuleb ära kasutada, ja need, kes proovivad minna uut teed pidi, leiavad ühel päeval enda ettevõttes hulga uusi võimalusi.

Abstract [en]

The aim of this thesis is to study new project delivery approaches based on the example of a specific Estonian company and to understand how this company can participate in integrated projects. The author explains the company's current situation and problems. While looking for suitable solutions the author analyses the logic, structure and methods applied in the Integrated Project Delivery approach. The author also provides a short description of the history and development of IPD. Based on the characteristics of the approach it is possible to clarify the basis of integrated project delivery. IPD is a new project delivery method used in Estonian architecture and getting to know it in practice requires more time. The method was first introduced in the US and it has been in constant use and development since then. One of the best-known features of Integrated Project Delivery is the Lean philosophy, which sets the framework for the method's execution, tools and communication between project team members. The thesis presents different planning methods that ensure an effective work process. The thesis also covers the topics of IPD method risks and profit or loss division systems between the parties. The last part of the thesis explains the solution to the problems of the company set in the aim and gives a summary of the steps the company needs to take in order to participate in IPD projects.

Item Type: thesis
Advisor: Margarita Leonova
Co-advisor: Enn Tammaru
Subjects: Construction > Building Construction > Building construction and design > Modelling of construction information (BIM)
Construction > Building Construction > Construction > Organization of construction
Divisions: Institute of Construction > Building Construction
Depositing User: Danil Bugajenko
Date Deposited: 13 Jun 2016 10:44
Last Modified: 13 Jun 2016 10:44
URI: http://eprints.tktk.ee/id/eprint/2204

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