IJSRP, Volume 6, Issue 9, September 2016 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Ashutosh Subhash Patil, Dr. Ravindra K. Lad
Construction industries are still facing numbers of contingent problems. The chronic problems of construction are well known such as low productivity, poor safety, inferior working conditions, and insufficient quality. Particularly, waste is generally associated with waste of materials in the construction processes. The construction industry Responding to those challenges imposes an urgent demand to raise productivity, quality, reducing waste and to incorporate new technologies to the industry. According to the researchers in Fuzzy Construction, the new construction production philosophy is laid on the concepts of conversion and flow process. Therefore, performance improvement opportunities in construction can then be addressed by adopting waste reduction strategies. Fuzzy rules manufacturing or fuzzy production, often simply "fuzzy", is a systematic method for the elimination of waste within a manufacturing system. Zadeh (1965) first introduced the concept of fuzzy set theory through his paper. To Examine the general perceptions of the construction industry with the fuzzy rules and practices, Wastes are classified under fuzzy techniques, Study the potential project productivity improvements by reducing and eliminating the wastes as classified under fuzzy technique.