RICS hosts the annual COBRA conference, a key event for presenting and discussing the latest industry research.
The latest conference papers from COBRA are available below. All papers were subject to review at both the abstract and full paper stage, to ensure relevance, rigour and topicality.
Showing 1 - 16 of 16 results
20 Sep 2016
This paper assessed the impact of project delivery methods used by railroad organizations to perform highway-rail intersection projects with similar scope in New York State.
This paper examines the key to successful management of construction alliances.
The aim of this study was to rate and determine the core communication skills a construction project manager should possess to enhance and ensure project success, as well as if leadership is important to communicate effectively.
This paper aims to present a state-of-the-art review of the scope and practical implications of the Building Information Modelling (BIM) platform in the UK construction practice.
This paper looks at the construction cost and commercial management system comparisons in UK and China.
This paper examines each state and determine what barriers, if any, exist to the use of construction management at risk in the public sector.
This paper explores the efficacy of CBN’s governing system on capital projects based the conditions of contract and the leadership structure used on the projects.
This paper looks at the impacts of delayed payment on project delivery.
This paper explores the UK industrial professionals perspective on how could project management and project planning be improved.
10 Jul 2015
This paper establishes how effective current post project review reporting [PPRR] practices are in delivering improvements to organisational performance in the construction industry.
This paper examines knowledge sharing and application among a major client, consultants, main contractors and subcontractors in a programme supply network for a multi-billion dollar national infrastructure programme of megaprojects
07 Jul 2015
This research looks at resilience (the ability to rebound from stressful events) which has been identified as a critical competence for working in challenging environments.
This paper determines an appropriate method for determining project management maturity in NSW local government.
This paper aims to bridge the perceptible gap in knowledge pertaining to labour market trends for QS’s in Ireland.
This research identifies the challenge of Knowledge Management implementation in twelve DEM companies in Portugal.
The paper will help project managers better understand behaviour in project organisations and why some project actors are more popular than others.
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