Date

1972

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Industrial Engineering

First Adviser

Wallace J. Richardson

Abstract

The building industry is perhaps the most fragmented large industrial complex in the country today. Consumers are expressing needs for faster delivery for more functional and sophisticated space at more reasonalble prices. At the same time, the industry in itself is faced with growing internal problems which are making it increasingly more difficult to perform even as well as in the past. This study investigates the area of utility sub-systems in the building industry.

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