Zveza društev gradbenih inženirjev in tehnikov slovenije
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PRODUKTIVNOST V GRADBENIŠTVU

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PRODUKTIVNOST V GRADBENIŠTVU

SUMMARY
The annual capacity of construction contractors in the Poeoeple’s Republic of Slovenia amounted to 14—34 milliards of dinars in the years 1952—1958. A relatively low productivity is the reason why the capacity of lodging construction with reference to the needs is still unsatisfatory although the percent of housing work rose from 29 to 47 %. In this period an increase of productivity was not reached because construction capacities were utilized forcedly without sufficient investment into restoration, maintenance and reconstruction. Twice as much working hours as in more developed countries were spent for the construction of a three-room flat covering 95 sq. m.
In Great Britain the increase of productivity was reached by social organisation of the production process and by an intense 15-years study. Still better results were obtained by new constructional methods. A decrease of bricklayer’s working hours from 600 to 300 for the construction of one flat resulted by the application of more voluminous hollow blocks.
The task of the members of the Society of civil engineers is to follow consequently the directives of the five-year perspective plan aiming to increase the productivity to a maximum, to help with their technical (knowledge all government offices in improving the social organization of the production process, in coordinating the work on modular building unit method and on standards valid in the whole country.
In order to increase the productivity in housing work a dose collaboration between investors, designers, industry, contractors, and government organisations must (be reached. Scientific research, promotion of underdeveloped construction branches, investment into fixed assets, improvement of the system of salaries and better organization of work are required as well.

SUMMARY

The annual capacity of construction contractors in the Poeoeple’s Republic of Slovenia amounted to 14—34 milliards of dinars in the years 1952—1958. A relatively low productivity is the reason why the capacity of lodging construction with reference to the needs is still unsatisfatory although the percent of housing work rose from 29 to 47 %. In this period an increase of productivity was not reached because construction capacities were utilized forcedly without sufficient investment into restoration, maintenance and reconstruction. Twice as much working hours as in more developed countries were spent for the construction of a three-room flat covering 95 sq. m.

In Great Britain the increase of productivity was reached by social organisation of the production process and by an intense 15-years study. Still better results were obtained by new constructional methods. A decrease of bricklayer’s working hours from 600 to 300 for the construction of one flat resulted by the application of more voluminous hollow blocks.

The task of the members of the Society of civil engineers is to follow consequently the directives of the five-year perspective plan aiming to increase the productivity to a maximum, to help with their technical (knowledge all government offices in improving the social organization of the production process, in coordinating the work on modular building unit method and on standards valid in the whole country.

In order to increase the productivity in housing work a dose collaboration between investors, designers, industry, contractors, and government organisations must (be reached. Scientific research, promotion of underdeveloped construction branches, investment into fixed assets, improvement of the system of salaries and better organization of work are required as well.

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