The effectiveness of project management construction with data mining and blockchain consensus

Abstract

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) middle office, Blockchain (BC) technology, and Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology are applied to manage construction projects, thereby solving the trust problems during construction project management and optimizing the management model of construction project quality. The construction project of a university in Guangdong Province, China, is adopted as a case to discusses the disputes between the stakeholders of the construction projects in terms of contract and construction claims, as well as exploring the material price forecast, cost, and schedule, thereby verifying the effectiveness of the method proposed during the project management. The results indicate that AI middle office can provide evidence support for stakeholders. Especially during the claim, AI middle office can define the accountability and analyze data when forecasting prices, thereby providing stakeholders with data support. If the BC technology is utilized to input, process, and export relevant program files and price data, the accuracy and safety of the data will be guaranteed. When the progress and cost indicators are analyzed, the results of using this technology are more accurate than the original results, which saves the cost. Therefore, applying AI technology, BC technology, and BIM technology to manage construction projects is of great significance for improving the efficiency and quality of project management.

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Li, W., Duan, P. & Su, J. The effectiveness of project management construction with data mining and blockchain consensus. J Ambient Intell Human Comput (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12652-020-02668-7

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Keywords

  • Blockchain technology
  • Consensus mechanism
  • Project management
  • Artificial intelligence