A National IT Strategy for Turkish Construction Industry

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2004
Kumaş, Nihan
In this thesis, a national information technology (IT) strategy applicable to Turkish construction industry for future implementation of IT is developed, advising guidance to current and future stakeholders but also researchers and decision makers to set the right priorities and pre-harmonization for IT in construction. Within this study, the present situation of the industry is discussed, so as to structure today̕s required industry abilities fulfilling tomorrow̕s demands and innovative IT solutions. Then, a coherent vision is developed for agile, model-based, knowledge driven Turkish construction industry. Following the analysis of IT trends and opportunities, a national IT strategy framework for the industry is specified. Finally; other country applications are examined to give direction for the developed strategy implementation approach.

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N. Kumaş, “A National IT Strategy for Turkish Construction Industry,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.