The purpose of this report is to document the activities of Phases I and II of the research effort and present the findings of the work accomplished. Phase I developed the Constructability Review Database for the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and Phase II conducted a benefit analysis of the constructability review process. The database provides the basis for entry and collection of constructability reviews and allows for the identification of trends leading to potential improvements of the process. The database can be used to summarize activities, generate reports for a project, and be capable of quantifying the benefits from the process. The analysis documents the benefits of the reviews and recommends continuation and expansion to all projects.
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Stamatiadis, Nikiforos; Goodrum, Paul; Shocklee, Emily; Sturgill, Roy; and Wang, Chen, "Tools for Applying Constructability Concepts to Project Development (Design)" (2013). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 321.