Publications / 2016 Proceedings of the 33rd ISARC, Auburn, USA

Data-Processing Model for Vertical Zoning based on Construction Lift Operation Records for High-rise Building

J.H. Shin, S.W. Kwon, D.H. Kim, D.Y. Moon, S.W. Chung, G.S. Choi and K.H. Lee
Pages 881-888 (2016 Proceedings of the 33rd ISARC, Auburn, USA, ISBN 978-1-5108-2992-3, ISSN 2413-5844)

As recent buildings have been getting higher and larger, vertical construction lift planning and operation are key factor for successful project. Although many studies have been trying to set up a construction lift planning system at early stage before lift installation. But there are not regarding real-time control system for lift during construction stage. In this study, we use sensor module and real-time data storage device named ELIS(Embedded Lift Information System) to collect the lift operation data for improvement of vertical zoning efficiency. Lift operation data linked with finishing work activities is utilized to predict to-be lifting events by data processing. This procedure analyzes the pattern of lift moving. Finally, we propose optimum vertical zoning performance simulation method based on post processed lift operation data from ELIS. This system aims to update and to provide daily optimum vertical zoning. We expect that operation data based decision making for vertical zoning can contribute to finishing work planning in complex and tall building construction over 400m.

Keywords: Construction lift, Vertical zoning, ELIS(Embedded Lift Information System)