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Civil Engineering Dimension
ISSN : 14109530     EISSN : 1979570X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Engineering,
The Civil Engineering Dimension (Dimensi Teknik Sipil) is a refereed journal, published twice a year, in March and September.
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STUDI TENTANG PENGAJUAN KLAIM KONSTRUKSI DARI KONTRAKTOR KE PEMILIK BANGUNAN Herry Pintardi Chandra; Eillen C Tunardih; Imelda Soetiono
Civil Engineering Dimension Vol. 7 No. 2 (2005): SEPTEMBER 2005
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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Claim in construction industry is a problem leading to request of additional cost or time extensions, which can lead to a dispute between the owner and contractor. This paper discusses claims submitted by the contactor to the owner. Causes of claim, types, proposal submitted by the contractors, and dispute resolution methods are observed. This research shows that design changes and additional work by owner are the major cause of claims. The contractors’ claim mostly is in additional costs, the proposal submitted by the contractors includes an explanation of the cause of claim, and the claim resolution method used is engineering judgment. Abstract in Bahasa Indonesia : Klaim dalam industri konstruksi merupakan masalah yang dapat mengarah kepada permohonan tambahan biaya atau tambahan waktu serta perselisihan antara pemilik bangunan dan kontraktor. Paper ini mendiskusikan klaim yang diajukan kontraktor ke pemilik bangunan, dilihat dari penyebab, bentuk, dan proses pengajuan klaim, serta metode penyelesaian perselisihan dari klaim. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa penyebab utama klaim adalah perubahan desain dan pekerjaan tambah yang dilakukan pemilik bangunan, sedangkan klaim kontraktor sering berupa penambahan biaya, proses pengajuan klaim dengan menyertakan penjelasan terhadap penyebab klaim, dan metode penyelesaian klaim yang sering digunakan oleh para pihak adalah engineering judgment
SYSTEMATIC FORMULATION OF HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE PAVEMENT Salil Kumar Roy; Handoko Sugiharto; Anton Kristando; Salim Himawan S
Civil Engineering Dimension Vol. 7 No. 2 (2005): SEPTEMBER 2005
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Following a 25-1 fractional factorial design concept, an experiment was planned ; sixteen experimental mixes were calculated from a basic mix (cement : sand : aggregates : fly ash = 1 : 1.3 : 2.6 : 0.8 and W/C ratio of 0.37) and determined changes (cement = 0.1 ; sand = 0.1 ; aggregates = 0.2 ; fly ash = 0.04 and changing W/C ratio by 0.01) using Taguchi’s orthogonal array. Samples were made from each data point. Compressive strength and water absorption were determined after each of two curing conditions (a) 28 days in the water, (b) 28 days in the water and 32 days in the air after that. Mix no 12 [Cement : Sand : Gravel : Fly Ash = 0.9 : 1.2 : 2.8 : 0.76] was found to have highest compressive strength and lowest water absorption.
PROPOSED PROCEDURE FOR ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING PLATFORMS IN INDONESIA Ricky L. Tawekal
Civil Engineering Dimension Vol. 7 No. 2 (2005): SEPTEMBER 2005
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Off-shore platforms were built since the 1970’s in Indonesia, but there is no local code or recommended practice for their design or assessment procedure. The common practice is to use the recommended practice issued by the American Petroleum Institute, API RP2A. The off-shore platforms built in the 1970’s must be re-qualified due to exceedance of the design life. This paper discuss the assessment procedure given in the API RP2A WSD 21th edition, API RP2A LRFD, dan ISO 19902 (draft E – 2001). Problems usually arise due to the fact that the original design was based on API RP2A 10th edition and assessment is done using the new edition which is the 21th edition. Abstract in Bahasa Indonesia : Sejak tahun 1970-an di Indonesia terdapat banyak anjungan lepas pantai, tetapi sampai saat ini belum ada peraturan atau tata cara untuk perencanaan dan penelaahannya. Anjungan lepas pantai biasanya direncanakan berdasarkan Recommended Practice yang diterbitkan oleh American Petroleum Institute, API RP2A. Pada saat ini dirasakan adanya kebutuhan untuk melakukan penelaahan kelayakan struktur anjungan lepas pantai yang telah dibangun sejak tahun 1970-an tersebut. Makalah ini membahas prosedur cara penelaahan anjungan lepas pantai yang diatur dalam API RP2A WSD edisi 21, API RP2A LRFD, dan ISO 19902 (draft E – 2001). Masalah biasanya akan timbul karena perencanaan didasarkan kepada API RP2A edisi 10 sedangkan penelaahan kelayakan didasarkan kepada edisi yang terbaru (edisi 21)
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF SOLID ROUND STEEL MEMBERS REINFORCED WITH SPLIT PIPE(S) Cindy Kumalasari; Vrushali M. Tickle; Murty K.S. Madugula
Civil Engineering Dimension Vol. 7 No. 2 (2005): SEPTEMBER 2005
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Results of experimental investigation on the compressive strength of twenty solid round steel leg member specimens of lattice communication towers reinforced with one or two split pipe(s) are presented in this paper. The reinforcement was connected to the leg members either by means of U-bolts only or by means of U-bolts and end welding. It was found that bolt torque has no significant effect in the increase on the strength. It was also concluded that using two split pipes without end welding is better than using one split pipe with end welding. Based on the test results, a simplified and conservative design procedure in accordance to the Canadian and American Standards is proposed to determine the compressive strength of solid round steel leg members reinforced with split pipe(s).
HUMAN RESISTANCE TO THE USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES Andi Andi; Fani Fani; Heru Purwoadi
Civil Engineering Dimension Vol. 7 No. 2 (2005): SEPTEMBER 2005
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The process of implementing information technology (IT) often fails to bring the intended result because the human dimension is not given adequate consideration. Yet despite some evidence of failure, little has been written on the nature of human performance, compared to abundant resources about technical and procedural aspects, as it applies to the ideals of the IT philosophy. To combat people’s deficiencies, this paper focuses mainly on the question why people resist IT. It explores sources of human resistance to the use of IT. A survey is the conducted to personnel working for construction companies to examine the resistance sources. The result reveals personal money, habit, and threat to information security as most dominant sources for such resistance, instead of fear of employment instability as many previous researches have discussed. The paper discusses the resistances and suggests possible solutions to deal with them.
ANALISA FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG DIPERTIMBANGKAN KONSUMEN DALAM PEMBELIAN PROPERTI DI CITRARAYA SURABAYA Njo Anastasia; Yuliana Lieyanto; Felicia Wongosari
Civil Engineering Dimension Vol. 7 No. 2 (2005): SEPTEMBER 2005
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Since June 2003, CitraRaya Surabaya Housing was developed by means of Singaporean City concept that was a reposition of the old concept namely Autonomous City. Along with the new concept, the development and management were adjusted to Singaporean appearances and standards. Factor analysis of property attributes consisting of; location, price, physical appearance, image of the developer, and concept of Singaporean City, shows that CitraRaya’s consumers primary consideration to purchase a house is not the Singaporean City Concept, but the price factor; while the primary consideration to purchase a parcel of land is indeed the Singaporean City concept. Abstract in Bahasa Indonesia : Sejak Juni 2003 perumahan CitraRaya Surabaya dikembangkan dengan konsep Kota Singapura yang merupakan reposisi dari konsep lama yaitu Kota Mandiri. Dengan konsep baru ini, pengembangan dan manajemen kota disesuaikan dengan penampilan dan standar Singapura. Dengan menggunakan analisa faktor terhadap atribut-atribut properti yang terdiri dari lokasi, harga, tampilan fisik properti, image developer, dan konsep Kota Singapura, diperoleh bahwa yang merupakan pertimbangan utama konsumen CitraRaya di Surabaya dalam pembelian rumah bukanlah konsep Kota Singapura namun faktor harga, sedangkan pertimbangan utama konsumen dalam pembelian kavling adalah faktor konsep kota Singapura.
TINGKAT KEMATANGAN MANAJEMEN PROYEK: SURVEI DI BEBERAPA TEMPAT DI INDONESIA Achmad Fuad Bay; Connie Susilawati; Martin Skitmore
Civil Engineering Dimension Vol. 7 No. 2 (2005): SEPTEMBER 2005
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This paper presents the results of a pilot survey aimed at ascertaining the level of project management maturity in Indonesian companies. Kerzner’s Level 2 assessment tool was used, which basically assesses maturity levels throughout the various phases of an organization’s project management life cycle. This study compare maturity of current situation and expectation of 70 respondents working in 6 different types of organizations in Indonesia. Differences were identified between types of organisations, with the Financial Institutions, Consultants and Manufacturers belonging to a group with higher current maturity scores, while Consultants, Manufacturers and Service Providers belonging to a group with higher expected future maturity scores. There were no significant differences between the results for the various stages of the project life cycle. The results indirectly confirm that the organisations of the participants of the survey are less effective/excellent than they could be. Abstract in Bahasa Indonesia : Makalah ini menyajikan hasil survei awal yang bertujuan untuk menentukan tingkat kematangan perusahaan-perusahaan di Indonesia dalam menggunakan metodologi manajemen proyek. Alat ukur yang digunakan adalah Kerzner Tingkat 2, yang mengukur tingkat kematangan melalui berbagai tahapan dari siklus manajemen proyek sebuah organisasi. Studi ini membandingkan tingkat kematangan saat ini dan harapan di masa mendatang terhadap 70 responden yang bekerja di enam jenis organisasi di Indonesia. Hasil survei menunjukkan adanya perbedaan antara berbagai jenis organisasi. Institusi financial, konsultan dan industri barang termasuk dalam kelompok yang nilai kematangannya lebih tinggi untuk kondisi saat ini, sedangkan konsultan, industri barang dan industri jasa termasuk kelompok yang mengharapkan kematangan lebih tinggi di masa mendatang. Tidak ada perbedaan yang signifikan antara tingkat kematangan pada berbagai tahapan pada siklus proyek. Hasil penelitian ini secara tidak langsung menegaskan bahwa organisasi yang disurvei kurang efektif dari yang seharusnya bisa dicapai.

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