Increasing Performance through Information Retrieval System for Design and Build Company

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Phannachet Na Lamphun
Panot Khogkhaluang
Adisorn Kheaksong


Abstract—Developing a progress report is a requirement in many types of business, including design and build the business.  This is because the purpose is to provide information on the progress of the project and other necessary information, such as problems, solutions, etc., for the project owner to be aware of the status of the project. The progress report is also linked to the payment of the project budget based on the progress.  However, the report preparation of project might require various information from more than one parties; thus, the process would certainly be time- consuming.  Moreover, the process might be redundant and prone to error when information is extracted from one source and incorporated in other.  The Objective of this research were to analyzed, design and develop the automatic document report system for Design and Build Business and to evaluate the performance of the system.  In the design of this prototype system, information is automatically extracted from submitted reports prepared by various working parties and, finally, generated the progress report for the contractor to submit to project owner in an effective and efficient way.  The prototype system could help reduce the process time and work load on the staff, while ensuring the correctness of the information and document.



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Na Lamphun, P., Khogkhaluang , P. ., & Kheaksong, A. . (2021). Increasing Performance through Information Retrieval System for Design and Build Company. INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (ISJET), 5(1), 32–40. Retrieved from
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