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KOREA ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF KOREA (AIK) No. 2-7, 2-Ka Myung-Dong, Chung-Ku Seoul 100 CONTACT: Keun-DuckKim,President MISSION: To serve as the central source for information on the building process and building standards. PRIMARY WORK: Performs work in architectural design and planning, structural engineering, building materials, construction technology, prefabricated buildings, energy conservation, and information systems. SOURCE OF FINANCES: Fees for services, membership fees, and grants and contributions. PUBLICATIONS: Bimonthly journal, standards and specifications, research reports, bibliographies, and specialty publications. KOREA INSTITUTE OF CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY (KICT) (Life BtD), 61, Yoido-Dong Yongdungpo-Gu Seoul 150 CONTACT: Yoon Yong Nam, President MISSION: To carry out research and development of construction technologies in a systematic and multidisciplinary manner and to make contributions to structural, construction, geotechnical, water resources, environmental, architecture and facilities engineering fields by introducing advanced technologies and promoting widespread dissemination of such technologies to the Korean engineering and construction industry. PRIMARY WORK: Research and dissemination of advanced construction technologies, new construction methods, construction design and management, construction equipment and materials, construction standards; technical service and consulting activities on construction research; and other research activities to promote the construction industry. SOURCE OF FINANCES: Ministry of Construction and Contractors Financial Cooperative. PUBLICATIONS: Monthly journal, annual report, bibliographies, and research reports. 151
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