Hyun Jeong Choo

Hyun Jeong Choo
Strategic Project Solutions, Inc.

Ph.D

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January 2014 - present
Project Production Institute
Position
  • Leader Technical Committee
Description
  • Project Production Institute directly addresses the root cause of major capital project cost and schedule overruns. It researches and disseminates knowledge about the application of operations management and systems theory to the project delivery process.
August 1996 - May 2003
University of California, Berkeley
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (14)
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The iterative and information-intensive nature of the design process makes it hard to plan and schedule work using tools for conventional project management. The success of design projects depends on the quality of the available information. This paper proposes DePlan as a method for integrated design management during the detail design phase. DePl...
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This paper describes a computing environment, called WorkMovePlan, that supports the exchange of data pertaining to resources shared between multiple production units and between multiple projects. It presents issues related to the generation and management of this data exchange and the development of a distributed, multi-project scheduling system...
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The Last Planner methodology has been applied to construction and design. These efforts have resulted in the development of computer programs (WorkPlan and DePlan) that guide production units in creating reliable work plans. One of these programs was extended to include distributed planning and coordination and space scheduling capabilities as well...
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The Last Planner methodology has been applied to construction and design. These efforts have resulted in the development of computer programs (WorkPlan and DePlan) that guide production units in creating reliable work plans. One of these programs was extended to include distributed planning and coordination and space scheduling capabilities as well...
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The planning and management of building design has historically focused upon traditional methods of planning such as Critical Path Method (CPM). Little effort is made to understand the complexities of the design process; instead design managers focus on allocating work packages where the planned output is a set of deliverables. All too often there...
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Planning during construction is a continuous and complex process that involves many participants because needed information is usually not found within one party but is spread out among parties. It truly is a distributed process. Nevertheless, few existing planning tools provide means to facilitate this process. This paper describes a representatio...
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INTRODUCTION The Parade of Trades computer program simulates a dice game. The purpose of this game is to demonstrate the impact variability and dependence have in a construction environment where multiple trades follow each other in a linear sequence and work output by one trade is handed off to the next trade. The term "parade of trades" was coine...
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WorkMovePlan combines the Last Planner methodology, implemented in the WorkPlan software, with space scheduling. This allows the Last Planner to not only specify labor and equipment but also space as an explicit resource. WorkPlan guides the user step by step to plan work for the week ahead through the process of spelling out work packages, identif...
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A database program called WorkPlan has been created to systematically develop weekly work plans. Such work plans are used by crew foremen in scheduling work packages and allocating available labor and equipment resources. WorkPlan adopts the Last Planner methodology, which implements several lean con-struction techniques. A week prior to conducting...
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A database program called WorkPlan has been created to systematically develop weekly work plans. WorkPlan adopts the Last Planner methodology, which implements several lean construction techniques. A week prior to conducting work, WorkPlan guides the user step by step through the process of spelling out work packages, identifying constraints, check...

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Project (1)
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Application of operations management, operations research, queueing theory techniques to improved execution and delivery of major capital projects such as in oil & gas and in civil infrastructure