Analysis of Commercial Construction Methods for a Multi-family Residential Building with Personality Characteristics of Construction Teams

Open Access
Sommer, Rachel Mary
Area of Honors:
Architectural Engineering
Bachelor of Architectural Engineering
Document Type:
Thesis Supervisors:
  • Robert Michael Leicht, Thesis Supervisor
  • Richard George Mistrick, Honors Advisor
  • Construction Management
  • Architectural Engineering
  • Project Delivery
  • Personality
  • IPD
This report analyzes three proposed technical alternate building methods for a large commercial residential building. Alternates are evaluated for cost, schedule, quality, and safety concerns. The three technical analyses include a redesign of the structural stud system, a redesign of the facade system, and the implementation of a constructability review. The report also includes a research analysis which explores the role of personality within construction teams, particularly within the context of project delivery methods.