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COBRA at ARES 2020

COBRA at ARES 2020

RICS and the American Real Estate Society present COBRA at ARES 2020, a track dedicated to construction, building and infrastructure research. The RICS COBRA track is designed to stimulate debate and discussion among researchers and industry professionals from around the world, providing the basis for the exchange of new knowledge and experiences.

14 – 18 April 2020

Sanibel Harbour Marriott Resort and Spa - Fort Myers, Florida, USA

COBRA is the RICS research conference dedicated to construction, building and infrastructure. COBRA was first held in 1995 and has been held almost every year since, acting as a key event for the presentation and discussion of the latest research in the built environment.

The American Real Estate Society was founded in 1985 to produce and disseminate knowledge related to real estate decision-making and markets. Members are drawn from both academia and the profession. ARES 2020 is the latest edition of the annual conference held by the American Real Estate Association since 1985.

For the 2020 edition of COBRA, RICS is proud to partner with ARES to advance research and collaboration across disciplines and sectors of the built environment.

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Research themes

The COBRA track at ARES 2020 will consist of sessions dedicated to six overarching themes:

  1. Project delivery: Construction management; Project management and project delivery systems; Site management; Risk management; Health and safety; Waste management
  2. Construction business: Financing; Procurement; Sustainable and socially-responsible procurement; Cost and value management; Contract management; Quantity surveying
  3. Professional advancement in construction: Leadership; Cooperation and interdisciplinarity; Knowledge sharing; Ethics and transparency; Professional education, skills and training
  4. Policy and regulation: Building regulation and control; Standardisation; Infrastructure planning and development; Legal aspects of construction; Public Private Partnerships (PPP) and Private Finance Initiatives (PFI)
  5. Construction technology: Modern and sustainable methods of construction; Low-carbon materials; Circular economy; Building renovation; Building performance evaluation
  6. Digitalisation: Building Information Modelling (BIM); Data standards; Built environment modelling; ConTech; AI for cost prediction; Blockchain for data validation and exchange

Publication and awards

Papers accepted to the COBRA track will undergo a rigorous double-blind peer review process to be published (digitally) and disseminated through RICS channels.

RICS is proud to announce the RICS COBRA Award 2020 of US$1,500 for the best research paper presented in the track, to be awarded by the Steering Group. Notable papers will also be considered for the World Built Environment Forum Research Prize, worth US$5,000 comprising: US$2,500 in cash and participation at the 2021 World Built Environment Forum Summit.

Call for abstracts

Researchers, students and industry professionals are invited to submit abstracts by 1 October 2019 (8pm GMT) by emailing cobra@rics.org.

Research presented at COBRA must be the result of original work that has not previously published. It is expected that papers will be based on work completed or largely completed by the time of presentation, rather than being presentations of research concepts or work in an early stage of development.

The abstract (no more than 300 words) should describe the issue that is being addressed and the work being undertaken. The abstract must be submitted as a MS Word file, must include the authors' names and affiliations, and indicate the research theme most relevant to the work presented. Please use the Word template included for abstracts and write "abstract submission for COBRA at ARES 2020" in the title of your email.

Timeline

Deadline for COBRA at ARES 2020 abstract submission: 1 October 2019
Notification of accepted abstract and invitation to submit full paper: 18 October 2019
Deadline for full paper submission: 5 January 2020
Notification of accepted paper: 7 February 2020
Deadline for final amendments to full paper: 8 March 2020
COBRA at ARES 2020: 14 – 18 April 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Attendance and presentation of research papers at the COBRA track is open to all academic researchers, PhD students and industry professionals. Papers to be presented at the conference will be selected and edited through a three-steps process:

    • Short abstracts submitted by authors will be assessed by a panel composed of the COBRA keynotes speakers and RICS staff members.
    • Authors of abstracts considered of high quality and in line with the COBRA research themes will be invited to submit full papers, which will be subject to a double-blind peer review.
    • Authors of accepted papers will be asked to submit a final version (which might include minor amendments requested by peer reviewers) in a format ready to be published in the proceedings of the COBRA track.

    Authors can submit more than one abstract, and a maximum of five authors can be associated with each abstract. In order to be included in the COBRA track and its published proceedings, at least one author per paper must attend the conference and present his/her paper.

    Papers must be written in plain English and no longer than 10 A4 pages. Each full paper will be reviewed "blindly" by two academic researchers, selected on the basis of their expertise from an international pool. The RICS Global Research Team will manage the review and publication process to ensure content consistency and high quality.

  • Conference attendants and presenters will be able to participate to all COBRA and ARES sessions. Information on registration fees will soon be published here and on the ARES website.

Previous editions of COBRA

    • A hybrid local government approach towards planning and development
      Maléne Campbell and Ernst Drewes
    • Net zero home construction costs in the South-East United States
      Scott Kramer
    • Dedicated outdoor air systems: analysing design options for commercial buildings in the united states
      Scott Kramer
    • Supply chain management and subcontractor firms competitiveness in the UK construction industry
      Dimitrios Sotiropoulos and Sulafa Badi
    • Urban construction management: the role of ICT and emerging technologies in external stakeholder management
      Michael Curran, John Spillane and Daniel Clarke-Hagan
    • The challenges affecting the installation of district heating in residential buildings
      Mohammed Haidar and David Proverbs
    • Housing adaptations for ageing in Great Britain: legislation, policy and practice
      Wusi Zhou, Adekunle Sabitu Oyegoke and Ming Sun
    • Business continuity of international construction for top contractors
      Yao Yu, Chuan Chen, Hongjiang Li
    • BIM-enabled health and safety coordination in the UK construction industry: role of the principal designer
      Dingayo Mzyece
    • Main contractor management under changing procurement regimes in the second world war
      Hedley Smyth
    • An evaluation of trust: the importance of trust to project success when using in-house capabilities
      Amy Whitehead
    • The roles of employers in the motivation of the quantity surveyors: the Malaysian construction industry
      Siti Sarah Herman and Joanna Poon
    • Social network analysis of international construction joint venture project: a case study in Thailand
      Achara Khamaksorn, Esra Kurul and Joseph H.M.Tah
    • Gas extraction and necessary earthquake regulations, part
      N.P.M. Scholten, A.C.W.M. Vrouwenvelder, R.D.J.M. Steenbergen, M.L. Lurvink
    • Advising on flood risk – opportunities and challenges across international commercial property markets
      Namrata Bhattacharya Mis, Faith Chan, Heidi Kreibich, Burrell Montz, Jessica Lamond, David Proverbs, Sara Wilkinson
    • Urban housing affordability for millennial generation: challenges and potential solutions
      Myzatul Aishah Kamarazaly, Azrina Md Yaakob, Loo Seong King and Vivian Tan Fui Vun
    • Operationalising the Bellagio stamp using selected neighbourhood sustainability assessment frameworks
      Solomon Adewumi, Vincent Onyango, Dumiso Moyo and Husam AlWaer
    • Financial management practices of general contractors (GCS)
      Dino Zenios, John Smallwood
    • Monitoring, managing and mitigating property 'market' risk
      Charles Ostroumoff and Charles Cardozo
    • Barriers to building information modelling adoption in Nigeria
      Amuda-Yusuf G., Adebiyi R. T., Olowa T.O. O and Oladapo I. B
    • Unmanned construction machinery: legal implications where death and injury result
      Angela Walker and Rodney A. Stewart
    • Barriers in the tiny home movement
      Emily Moore, April Simmons, Scott Kramer
    • Factors influencing subcontractor and main contractor relationships in Melbourne construction industry
      Amrit Sagoo, Sarah-louise Calafiore, Christina Scott-Young and Ken Farnes
    • BIM-based model for extracting the elemental graph data model (EGDM)
      Yasmeen A. S. Essawy and Khaled Nassar
    • Quantity surveying professional apprenticeships: a paragon for the supply of talent in the Irish construction industry
      Eoghan Ó Murchadha and Róisín Murphy
    • Social contagion and knowledge acquisition in construction professional service firms
      Oluwasegun Seriki and Róisín Murphy
    • Information technology (IT) for strategy formulation in Irish quantity surveying firms: a literature review
      Michael Adesi, Roisin Murphy and Dermot Kehily
    • The impact of rural land prices on residential property in NSW rural towns
      Professor Chris Eves
    • Operational quality failure issues: from client perspective
      Diyana Syafiqah Abd Razak, Grant Mills and Aeli Roberts
    • Facilitating coordination, integration and the building of social capital through social media in a large infrastructure programme
      Mandalia, B.; Badi, S. and Pryke, S.
    • An investigation into the overhang of affordable housing in Malaysia
      AbdulLateef Olanrewaju, Seong Yeow Tan, Sheng Wei Lim and Abdul-Rashid Abdul-Aziz
    • Construction project portfolio management tool (Coppman)
      Gozde Bilgin, Gorkem Eken, Beste Ozyurt, Irem Dikmen, M. Talat Birgonul and Beliz Ozorhon
    • Strategies to cope with stress among construction professionals: an integrated perspective
      Ezekiel Chinyio, Silvia Riva and Paul Hampton
    • Delays in the tendering process of public works procurement in Ghana
      Jemima Antwiwaa Ottou Bernard Kofi Baiden and Gabriel Nani¹
    • Benefits of green building: a literature review
      Amos Darko, Albert Ping Chuen Chan, Emmanuel Kingsford Owusu and Maxwell Fordjour Antwi-Afari
    • Early implementation of BIM in architectural firms: a qualitative review of BIM and lean construction
      Daniel Clarke-Hagan, John Spillane and Michael Curran
    • Urban construction project management: strategies in the coordination and management of external stakeholders
      Michael Curran, John Spillane and Daniel Clarke-Hagan
    • Mixed methods research: a methodology in social sciences research for the construction manager
      Daniel Clarke-Hagan, John Spillane and Michael Curran
    • Critical success factors (CSFS) for amplifying the integration of BIM and sustainability principles in construction projects: a Delphi study
      Timothy o. Olawumi and Daniel w.m. Chan
    • Public construction procurements: current practice in Turkey
      Pinar Irlayici Cakmak
    • Do construction project managers need training in behavioural sciences to effectively manage project risk?
      Dr Alex Collins Arthur
    • Occupants' perceptions of indoor environmental conditions in two BREEAM excellent buildings
      Dr Gabriela Zapata-Lancaster
    • Prefabricated bathroom: advantages and implementation in Malaysia
      Azrina Md Yaakob, Myzatul Aishah Kamarazaly, Loo Seong King and Teng Kang Yee
    • Visualisation of complexity and risk in mega construction projects
      Huseyin Erol, Irem Dikmen, Guzide Atasoy Ozcan and M. Talat Birgonul
    • Efficient operation and maintenance (OANDM) contributing factors towards improving stratified housing performance
      Nik Elyna Myeda, Syahrul Nizam Kamaruzzaman, Azlan Shah Ali, Nor Zaimah Che-Ghani
    • A conceptual model for measuring flood resilience at the individual property level Proverbs
      D., Oladokun V.O, Xiao H. and Adedeji T.J
    • A strategic approach to real estate financing: challenges and opportunities in real estate financing in Nigeria
      Lucy Ogbenjuwa, Professor Charles Egbu and Professor Herbert Robinson
    • Are they work ready? A closer look at what the construction project managers of tomorrow are being taught in today's classrooms
      Jessica Borg, Michelle Turner and Christina Scott-Young
    • Positioning quantity surveyors in a collaborative production system
      Sa'id A. Namadi, Christine Pasquire and Emmanuel Manu
    • Life cycle costing techniques for infrastructure sanitation projects
      Amira Shalaby and A. Samer Ezeldin
    • Corporate governance and investment decision-making in real estate investment trusts (REITs)
      Charles Egbu and Herbert Robinson
    • Key performance indicators of stakeholder management in construction projects: international experts' perspective
      Goodenough D. Oppong Albert P. C. Chan and Ayirebi Dansoh
    • Developing a critical success factors framework for PPP healthcare projects
      Begum Ongel , Ali Murat Tanyer and Irem Dikmen
    • Mobile and sustainable shelter for urban nomads
      Pedro G. Henriques Paulo Vaz-Serra Miguel Carvalho
    • An empirical comparison of ethical perceptions among the consultant's quantity surveyor and contractor's quantity surveyor in the UK construction industry
      Cynthia Chin Tian Lee and David Cullen
    • Property valuation practice in developed countries: a case of Hong Kong
      Rotimi Boluwatife Abidoye, Albert P. C. Chan and Dennis Goodenough Oppong
    • Improving opportunities through self/custom build to provide home ownership in the south east of the UK
      Della Madgwick and David Ball
    • A comparative analysis of factors influencing construction productivity in selected South African provinces
      Oluseyi Adebowale and John Smallwood
    • Can construction bidding practices be improved through use of the scrum project framework?
      Valerie Francis, Paulo vaz Serra, Andre Ullal, and Aslan Ghods Nahri
    • Literature review of project success as a topic in project management: gaps and needs analysis in dam engineering industry projects of Australia
      Pouya Amirsayafi, Xiaohua Jin and Sepani Senaratne
    • Statistics the propeller for quantitative analysis: construction students challenges and level of understanding with various statistical tests
      Temidayo, O. Osunsanmi, Clinton Aigbavboa, and Oluwaseyi, M. Ajayi
    • Construction site managers' problem solving
      Peter Davis, Thayaparan Gajendran, Josephine Vaughan and Mohammad Tanvi Newaz
    • Factors affecting waste management on new South Wales construction sites
      Peter Davis, Willy Sher, Patrick Tang and Mohammad Tanvi Newaz
    • Exploring the potential for automating progress tracking of scaffolding in construction projects
      Monty Sutrisna, Jian Chai, Changzi Wu and Xiangyu Wang
    • Competency profiles for implementation of safety management system – a case study in Hong Kong construction sector
      Nicole S.N. Yiu and Daniel W.M. Chan
    • Should part m lead to more inclusive designs? : built environment professionals' perspective
      Indira Chauhan and Mita Rajani
    • Bridging practice and classroom through professional practice modules to improve the competence of construction management graduates: a case study
      Shang Zhang, Shane Galvin and Hongxia Duan
    • Engaging, motivating and retaining built environment students in higher education: an immersive learning case study
      Darryl Iles, Shane Galvin and Dr Paul Ryall
    • Construction project innovation; a system controlled by construction project dynamics
      Mostafa Babaeian Jelodar, Suzanne Wilkinson, John Tookey
    • Quantity surveyor shortage in Wales, a case study of the next generation
      Shane Galvin and Darryl Iles
    • Impediments to the sustainable transfer of low-cost housing in South Africa
      Van Schalkwyk, GJJand Cloete, C E
    • Condescending benevolence: comparing South African and the UK consultation protocols
      Nthatisi Khatleli
    • Assessment of the Challenges of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) in Urban Housing in Nigeria
      Paschal C. Onyemaechi and Eziyi O. Ibem
    • The Influence of Communication Network Centrality on Individual Popularity: A Case Study of a Chinese Construction Project
      Sulafa Badi, Minhui Li, Stephen Pryke
    • Contributions of Risk Management on SMEs' Competitiveness
      Ali Rostami
    • Reducing Secondary Psychological Injuries in the Construction Industry
      Imriyas Kamardeen & Riza Yosia Sunindijo
    • An International Framework for Collaborative BIM Education
      Mark Shelbourn, Jennifer Macdonald, Julie Mills
    • Residential Houses under Flight Paths: Is there a Cost for Aircraft Noise?
      Prof Chris Eves and Dr Andrea Blake
    • Mobile Communication Technologies and the Work-life Balance of Construction Managers
      Valerie Francis, Hilary Davis and Paulo Vaz Serra
    • Examining the Effectiveness of the Retrofit Public Consultation for the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project
      Nthatisi Khatleli; Jadine Jacobs; Mahlatse Maja; Chido Madamombe
    • The Debt Load Impact on the Sustainability of PPP Infrastructure Provision in South African
      Nthatisi Khatleli; Jadine Jacobs; Mahlatse Maja; Chido Madamombe
    • Improving Construction Project Procurement Processes Through Six Sigma
      Jemima A. Ottou, Bernard K. Baiden, Joseph K. Ofori-Kuragu
    • Post Occupancy Evaluation of Generic Repeated Design Schools in Ireland
      Gillian Carey, Cork Insitute of Technology, Professor Jason Underwood, University of Salford
    • Changes In and Innovation of Dutch Building Regulations and Control
      Nicolaas P.M. Scholten and Robert T.H. de Wildt
    • A Fire and Smoke Alarm Building Design A Case Study of Unusual Owner and Occupancy Demands
      Scott W. Kramer, Evan M. Lauterbach
    • Why Should Owners Care About Measurement and Verification Systems For Green Buildings?
      Scott W. Kramer, Ph.D. and Matthew M. Hoyle, LEED AP
    • Gas Extraction And Necessary Earthquake Regulations
      N.P.M. Scholten, A.C.W.M. Vrouwenvelder, R.D.J.M. Steenbergen
    • Building Envelope and HVAC Condensate Recovery: The Redefinition of Radiant Wall Cooling
      Scott W. Kramer, and Paul D. Salinas
    • Value Transfers By State Intervention in Building Failures: Implications for Contractual Rights and Obligations
      Deirdre Nί Fhloinn
    • Understanding the Role of Obsolescence in PPP/PFI
      Kieran Mulholland, Michael Pitt,
    • The Impact of Service Charges to Freeholders on New Estates: A Case Study from the UK
      Della Madgwick, Hannah Wood
    • Innovation and the Co-creation of Value in Construction
      Hedley Smyth, Kamran Razmdoost and Illona Kusuma
    • Knowledge Application in the Supply Network of Infrastructure Programme Management
      Hedley Smyth and Meri Duryan
    • Achieving Sustainable Construction in Nigeria: An Evaluation of Construction Materials a comparison of Concrete v Steel
      Jatau J, Alufohai J
    • Assessing Safety Climate Factors on Construction Sites
      Peter Davis, Mohammad Tanvi Newaz, Manikam Pillay, Marcus Jefferies
    • The Challenge of Knowledge Management for Design, Engineering and Management Companies
      Paulo Vaz-Serra
    • Commercial Green Building Features and initiatives: Perceptions of the South African Valuer
      van der Sandt, N., Allen, C.J., Dent, S.P.
    • Indicators and Incidents of Potential Collusion Among Main Contracting Firms in Municipal Road Metwork Projects: the Saudi Arabian Context
      Nawaf Alahmadi, Andrew Agapiou
    • Embedding Emerging Technologies in Built Environment Education
      Hannah L Wood, Della Madgwick
    • UK Construction Payment Legislation – Clarity or Chaos?
      Janey L. Milligan, Amy Jackson, Lisa Cattanach
    • Can we Sue Judges in Construction Cases?
      Phebe Mann
    • Construction Adjudication: The Way Forward
      Phebe Mann
    • Construction Professional Service Firm Management
      Roisin Murphy
    • An Assessment of Factors that Influence Students Academic Engagement in Construction Programmes at South African Universities
      Ephraim Zulu, Theodore C. Haupt and Ferdinand Fester
    • A Comparative Case Study of Online International Learning in Architecture and Construction Education
      Heather Bibbings, Stephen Austin, Amela Bogdanovic
    • Project Management Frameworks and Maturity in Local Government
      Austin Morris, Sara Wilkinson, Chivonne Algeo, Damian Candusso
    • Building Information Modelling in UK Construction Projects
      Maria Christina Georgiadou
    • A Comparison of the Suitability of FIDIC and NEC Conditions of Contract in Palestine
      Haytham Besaiso, David Wright and Margaret Emsely
    • Urban Development and Construction Project Management: Issues considering External Stakeholders
      Michael Curran, John Spillane
    • The Work-Life Balance of Construction Management Professionals
      Bassam Baroudi, James Minarelli
    • Apology Ordinance: A Push for Mediation in Hong Kong
      Sai On Cheung and Mavis Ho Ching Cheung
    • The Influence of Public Sector Procurement Practice in Shaping Construction
      CSR Watts, Greg. Fernie, Scott. Dainty, Andrew
    • Achieving Sustainable Construction through Building Information Modeling over Complete Life Cycle of Projects in the Construction Industry – A Literature Review
      Kuntal Dutta, Heap-Yih Chong, Xiangyu Wang, Peter Newman
    • Community-led Upgrading for Self-Reliance in Informal Settlements in South Africa: A Review
      Claudia Loggia and Maria Christina Georgiadou
    • Lean Process Improvement through Optimised Information Management Hub by the Adoption of BIM
      Taha Elhag and Mohamed Elkaddah
    • Design Economics for Dual Currency Management in Construction Projects
      Michele Victoria, Srinath Perera, Alan Davies
    • Perceptions on the Cost Provision for Construction Health and Safety in South Africa
      Theodore C Haupt, Elke Helene Hefer
    • Competitive Dimensions for Supplier Selection in the Construction Industry
      Juliano Denicol; Stephen D. Pryke; Ricardo A. Cassel
    • BREEAM Communities: Challenges to Sustainable Neighbourhood Evaluation
      Rosalie Callway, Prof. Tim Dixon, Dr. Dragana Nikolic
    • Correlating Learning Styles and Student Experience in a Construction Field Lab
      C. Ben Farrow
    • Contractors' Supervisory Staff Perception Of The Quality Culture Orientation Of Construction Firms In Nigeria
      Godwin Iroroakpo Idoro and Olutayo Ajibola Akinkunmi
    • The Application of 3D Visualisation and HD Surveying to Help Stimulate Economic Growth in Historic Urban Areas
      Richard Laing, John Isaacs, Marianthi Leon, Elizabeth Tait
    • An International Understanding Of The Current And Future Role Of Building Surveyors In Providing Flood Risk Advice in Commercial Properties
      Namrata Bhattacharya Mis; Jessica Lamond; David Proverbs; Sara Wilkinson; Heidi Kreibich; Faith Chan; Burrell Montz
    • Residential Environment and Respiratory Diseases Survey Report in Shenzhen,China
      Yu Liu
    • Construction Cost and Commercial Management System in the UK and China – Professional Body and Business Comparison
      Srinath Perera, Lei Zhou, Michele Victoria
    • The Influence Of National Culture On The Preparation, Evaluation And Negotiation Of Time And Money Claims On International Construction Projects In Dubai
      Paul Tracey
    • Factors Affecting Client - Contractor Relationship in the Ghanaian Construction Industry
      Bernard Tuffour Atuahene and Bernard Kofi Baiden
    • Competitive Strategy in the Silk Roads: Understanding the Success of Turkish Contractors
      Dilek Ulutas Duman, Stuart Green, Graeme Larsen
    • Liquidated And Ascertained Damages In Small Construction Contracts
      Baiden B.K.B, Ofori-Kuragu, J.K, Oti-Sarpong, K.
    • Assessment of Airport Performance in India
      Aris Pantelias, Vedran Zerjav, Tejashree Barde
    • An Assessment of Construction Project Managers' Communication Skills in Project Success
      Benita Zulch
    • Assessment of Principles and Practices that makes Fraud and Corruption Endemic in the Construction Industry
      Andrew Oyen Arewa & George Agyekum-Mensah
    • Space Level Condition Assessment of School Building Elements
      Abdul-Manan Sadick, Mohamed H Issa
    • Exploration of How Could Project Management and Project Planning be Improved: A Practitioners Perspective
      George Agyekum-Mensah and Andrew Oyen Arewa
    • An Approach for Property Practitioners to Establish when the Property Cycle Reaches Bubble Territory
      Charles Cardozo & Charles Ostroumoff
    • Construction Adjudicators' Jurisdiction to Determine Jurisdiction
      Phebe Mann
    • Risks Associated with Current Business Development and Innovation Strategies within Construction Organisations in Northern Ireland
      Gervase Cunningham and Henry Odeyinka
    • A Comparative Study of the Impact of Project Delivery Methods used on Public Highway-rail Intersection Projects in New York State.
      Osileke Osipitan and Prof. Musibau Shofoluwe
    • A Literature Review of Sustainable Health and Safety in the Construction Industry
      Bezalel Orogun and Mohamed H. Issa
    • Public Housing Provision in Lagos, Nigeria (1979 – 2015): Identifying Opportunities for Construction Innovation
      Isidore C. Ezema, Pearl A. Opoko, Adedapo A. Oluwatayo & Eziyi O. Ibem
    • Promoting Investment in Sustainable Urban Development with JESSICA: Outcomes of a New EU-policy Initiative
      Michael Nadler, Claudia Nadler
    • Construction Project Governance In Developing Countries: A Case Study Of Central Bank Of Nigeria
      Shuaib, M.R
    • The Freedom of the Public Domain and its Value for Urban Life
      Eric Firley
    • An Approach to Automated Detection of Structural Failure using Chronological Image Analysis in Temporary Structures
      Younghan Jung, Hyounkyun Oh, and Myung Goo Jeong
    • Validation of a Construction Disability Management Maturity Model Using Analytical Hierarchy Process
      Rhoda A. Quaigrain & Mohamed H. Issa
    • Analysing Trends in Sustainable Building Adaptations in the Melbourne CBD
      Sara Wilkinson
    • Surveying Labour Market Trends
      Rόisín Murphy
    • Construction Management at Risk in the Public Sector
      J. Mark Taylor and Darren Olsen
    • Food Urbanism, Place Making and Sustainability Performance in Two Institutional Rooftop Gardens in Sydney, Australia
      Sumita Ghosh and Sara Wilkinson
    • A Mixed-methods Research Methodology For Evaluating Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) In Green And Conventional Residential Homes
      Joshua B. Akom, Abdul-Manan Sadick, Mohamed H. Issa, Martin Duhoux, Shokry Rashwan
    • Appraisal of British Construction Companies Strategies during the Boom Episodes
      Amir Kheir
    • A Framework to Enhance Construction Productivity on Projects Involving International Professionals and Contractors in Sri Lanka
      Dananjaya Gunasekara,Thanuja Ramachandra, and James Olabode Rotimi
    • Is Property Data Collection Template Essential to Solving Property Valuation Data Problems in Ghana? ~
      Kwasi Gyau Baffour Awuah, David Proverbs, Jessica Lamond, Frank Gyamfi-Yeboah
    • Can Land Value Capture Support Urban Infrastructure Financing in Ghana?
      Kwasi Gyau Baffour Awuah
    • Mapping and Understanding of a Niche Market: Lessons from F1 Venues around the World
      Graeme D. Larsen
    • Managing for Success in Alliancing Infrastructure Projects
      Mario Mendez, Dr. Anthony Mills, Dr. Igor Martek, Dr. Alexia Nalewaik
    • An Exploratory Study of the Impact of Visual Representation on Perception of Energy Consumption in UK Households
      Emmanuel Aboagye-Nimo, Hannah Wood
    • Investigation of Factors Effecting BIM Adoption in Facility Management: Institutional Case in Australia
      Ruwini Edirisinghe, Kerry London and Pushpitha Kalutha
    • Design obligations in Design & Build Contracts following Trebor & Cadbury v ADT
      Martin Green & William Huntley
    • PFI Accounting and Financial Performance - A Cross Sectoral Analysis of Key Ratios and Accounting Practices
      Alex Murray
    • Negligent Valuation: Its Development in the UK and the Role of Professional Standards
      Carrie de Silva
    • A Learning Framework for Strategic Partnering in Construction
      Daan Vermeer
    • A New Dutch Building Control System: Lessons to be Learned from Neighbours?
      Frits Meijer
    • Noise Levels in Residential Communities: Perception of Residents in Obalende and Oworonshoki in Lago State, Nigeria
      Ajayi, O.M., Mafimidiwo, B.A., Adetayo, O.A. and Akinsiku, O.E.
    • Comparison of AHP and Fuzzy AHP in Construction Projects
      Sangwook Lee
    • Suicide in the Construction Industry: A Cross-sectional Analysis
      Imriyas Kamardeen and Martin Loosemore
    • A Model for Scenario Planning and Thinking to Promote Project Success in Major and Mega Construction Projects in Australia.
      Barry Cooper-Cooke, Monty Sutrisna, Oluwole Olatunji
    • Enhancing Implementation of Lean Construction Principles Through Lean Leadership
      Rakesh Jain and Anil Kashyap
    • Energy Regulations for Houses in the Netherlands: Theory and Practice
      Henk Visscher
    • How can Contractors Warrant Timely Payments in the UAE Construction Industry?
      Samer Skaik; Hussam Arafat
    • Effects of Delayed Payment of Contractors on Construction Project Delivery: A Review of Research Collaboration Models between University and Industry - An Exploratory Study 
      Akinsiku Sutrisna
    • An Assessment of Risk Factors Impacting the Cost of Contractor-Led Design and Build Projects
      Henry Odeyinka, Keren Larkin, Robert Eadie, Gervase Cunningham
    • Assessing Demand for Sustainable Features in Prime Residential Submarket of Lagos Nigeria
      Austin Otegulu
    • Insurance Applicable to Sri Lankan Construction Industry: The Extent it serves the intended purposes
      Balasundaram Krishok, Thanuja Ramachandra and James Olabode Rotimi
    • Challenges and Reform in the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act in Singapore
      Lim Pin
    • How do CREM Strategies Apply to the housing of primary education in the Netherlands
      Dirk Kootstra
    • Criteria for Measuring the Success of Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects
      Robert Osei-Kyei
    • How Residential Sector Benefits from Building Science Monitoring System
      Dahai Zhang