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Prefabrication
As of September 26, 2017

Measuring Productivity and the Impact of Prefabrication on Productivity

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Field and office productivity and the use of prefabrication in the Electrical Contracting industry are intertwined.  This project explored the impact and use of prefabrication within Lean Construction and BIM and VDC.  The focus was to untangle and objectively characterize the relationship between productivity

Industrialization of Electrical Contracting: Prefabrication and Supply Chain

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This report presents the findings of a one-year study funded by ELECTRI International to investigate the determinants and best practices of electrical contracting industrialization.

Exploring the Opportunities for Applying Lean Principles to Electrical Prefabrication

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Electrical prefabrication is the practice of fabricating electrical assemblies in a prefabrication shop, then delivering the complete or semi-complete assemblies to the construction jobsite where they are to be installed.

Best Practices: Prefabrication for Electrical Contractors

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For electrical contractors, there are still opportunities to achieve some or all of the benefits of prefabrication.

A Comparison of Operational Costs of Union vs. Non-Union Electrical Contractors

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This study was commissioned to investigate the main differences between unionized electrical contractors (ECs) and open-shop contractors, as well as to identify the main cost drivers and how they differ between the two. Throughout this study, we determine the impact of various cost drivers on union contractors.