Implementation of Value Engineering for Construction Efficiency
Keywords:architecture, cost efficiency, construction management, building function
Currently building construction project still has many problems in implementation when seen cost, quality, time and occupational health and safety remains a constraint both in the planning and implementation of building construction. Cost components were analyzed as cost efficiency value engineering on the structure of part of beams, columns and slabs, architectural wall. The study is based on the method SAVE, 2007 at the analysis stage phases of project information, analysis phase function of these components, then the stage of development which provide some alternative methods or materials renewable materials, after getting value cost efficiency seen from the cost / worth every component. The magnitude of the efficiency obtained in the project to calculate the value engineering of those components are respectively: beams with efficiency value of Rp. 1125013901 or equal to 29% of the initial value, a column with efficiency value of Â Rp. 1,494,028,557 or 16% of the initial value, wiremesh plate 1 layer and floordeck with efficiency value of Rp. 379 803 436 or 5% of the initial value, with a brick wall efficiency value of Rp. 566 440 559 or 8% of the initial value. beam with efficiency value of Â Rp. 1125013901 or equal to 29% of the initial value, a column with efficiency value of Rp. 1,494,028,557 or 16% of the initial value, wiremesh plate 1 layer and floordeck with efficiency value of Rp. 379 803 436 or 5% of the initial value, with a brick wall efficiency value of Rp. 566 440 559 or 8% of the initial value. beam with efficiency value of Â Rp. 1125013901 or equal to 29% of the initial value, a column with efficiency value of Â Rp. 1,494,028,557 or 16% of the initial value, wiremesh plate 1 layer and floordeck with efficiency value of Rp. 379 803 436 or 5% of the initial value, with a brick wall efficiency value of Rp. 566 440 559 or 8% of the initial value.
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