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Carl Abbott
University of Salford
58 DESIGN, PROCESS, AND SERVICE INNOVATIONS TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABILITY
Ani Saifuza Abd Shukor
Graduate Centre Department, Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying,
104 SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION CHALLENGES IN PROJECT PROCUREMENT IN MALAYSIA: IBS CONTRACTORS’ PERSPECTIVE
Anis Adila Abdullah
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
224 SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIA: A CONTRACTOR’S PERSPECTIVE
Maria Isabel Abreu
Polytechnic Institute of Bragança
183 THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND THE CHALLENGES OF THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Nebil Achour
Research Associate, Loughborough University
31 THE ROLE OF RESPONSIBLE SOURCING IN CREATING A SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY-CHAIN
Amritha Achuthan
The British University in Dubai
194 IMPLEMENTING GREEN DESIGN INITIATIVES IN THE UAE
Vian Ahmed
Research and Graduate College, University of Salford, Salford, M5 4WT, England
134 ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYMENT IN CONSTRUCTION: THE CASE OF BLACK AND MINORITY ETHNICS’ (BME’S) ENGAGEMENT
Ajibade Aibinu
TThe University of Melbourne, Australia
193 USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO PREDICT THE ACCURACY OF PRE-TENDER BUILDING COST ESTIMATE
Ilknur Akiner
Mersin University, Department of Architecture, Mersin, Turkey
32 INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IN CONSTRUCTION: PERFORMANCES OF TURKISH CONTRACTING FIRMS
30 REVIEWING CONSTRUCTION STATISTICS IN NORTH CYPRUS
Kartina Alauddin
RMIT University
153 INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL MODEL DEVELOPMENT TOWARDS ADAPTIVE RE-USE SUCCESS: AN ANALYSIS ON HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF CASE STUDIES
Thais Alves
San Diego State University
172 STUDY OF THE SUBMITTAL PROCESS USING LEAN PRODUCTION PRINCIPLES
Collins Ameyaw
Kumasi Polytechnic
249 THE LEVEL OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT (ACT 663) IN GHANA
Ghassan Aouad
University of Salford
58 DESIGN, PROCESS, AND SERVICE INNOVATIONS TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABILITY
Baabak Ashuri
Georgia Institute of Technology
246 APPLYING THE SHUFFLED FROG-LEAPING ALGORITHM TO IMPROVE SCHEDULING OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WITH ACTIVITY SPLITTING ALLOWED
158 A REAL OPTIONS APPROACH TO EVALUATE INVESTMENT IN SOLAR READY BUILDINGS
Marlijn Baarveld
University of Twente, Netherlands
71 CULTURAL HERITAGE IN URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: A FRAMEWORK TO ANALYSE COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES
Arun Bajracharya
The British University in Dubai
194 IMPLEMENTING GREEN DESIGN INITIATIVES IN THE UAE
110 INNOVATION IN THE CONTEXT OF A DEVELOPING COUNTRY: A CASE OF GROUP HOUSING PROJECT
Hans-Joachim Bargstadt
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
192 STRATEGIES FOR THE COST-EFFECTIVE TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT OF HOUSING STOCKS
Tom Barker
University of Technology Sydney
152 A PHASED CITY ENERGY PLATFORM FOR NETWORKED PRECINCT BUILDINGS IN THE CONTEXT OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND SMART GRIDS
Merve Bedir
OTB Research Institute for Built Environment/TUDelft
164 EXPLORING ROBUSTNESS OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF DWELLINGS TO OCCUPANT BEHAVIOUR: RENOVATION AND POST OCCUPANCY
Amar Bensalma
. PhD student at CERMA (Centre for Methodological Research in Architecture), Nantes school of architecture.
75 SUSTAINABLE RENOVATION OF THE LARGE-SCALE HOUSING ESTATES, BUILT IN FRANCE OF THE 1950s AND 1973s
Talat Birgonul
Middle East Technical University
235 TRACING RISK PATHS IN INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: A CASE STUDY
Luis Bismarchi
Master Student - Universidade de Sao Paulo
60 PERFORMANCE BASED HOUSING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION, INNOVATION AND COMPETITIVENESS
Hans Boes
Department of Construction Management and Engineering, University Twente
74 THE MANAGEMENT OF REQUIREMENTS: WHAT CAUSES UNCERTAINTY IN INTEGRATED DESIGN APPROACHES?
John Boon
Unitec Insitute of Technology New Zealand
130 RELEASING THE POTENTIAL OF BIM IN CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION
Nele Boussemaere
TU Delft
141 INNOVATION IN COLLABORATION FOR BELGIAN BUILDING PROCESSES
David Boyd
Birmingham City University
133 EXPLORING DIFFERENT COMMUNITY ATTITUTES TO SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES
Marco A. Bragadin
University of Bologna, Italy
202 HEURISTIC SOLUTION FOR RESOURCE SCHEDULING FOR REPETITIVE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Nils Brandt
KTH Stockholm
99 SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS INTEGRATION: CONDITION FOR SUCCESS
Graham Brewer
Associate Professor The University of Newcastle
81 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING AND THE CULTURE OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT TEAMS: A CASE STUDY
156 RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES FOR STUDYING THE INFORMAL ASPECTS IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ORGANIZATIONS
Jan Bröchner
Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Technology Management and Economics, SE-41296 Göteborg, Sweden
61 NEW OUTPUT QUALITY INDICATORS IN CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTIVITY MEASUREMENT
Laurie Buys
Queensland University of Technology
208 RETROFITTING COMMERCIAL OFFICE BUILDINGS FOR SUSTAINABILITY: TENANTS’ EXPECTATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
Francisco Cardoso
Escola Politécnica - Universidade de São Paulo
48 FOURTEEN PROCESSES DEFINING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE OF BRAZILIAN TRADE CONTRACTORS
Albert Chan
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
70 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RISK MITIGATION MEASURES FOR TARGET COST CONTRACTS IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Edwin Hon-wan Chan
Department of Building & Real Estate, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
121 BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTATION OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING (EPC) MECHANISM INTO HOTEL BUILDINGS RETROFIT IN CHINA
Paul Chan
University of Manchester
49 Developing interactions, disentangling contradictions: examining paradoxes of inter-organisational relations in constructing collaborations
Daniel Chan
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
70 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RISK MITIGATION MEASURES FOR TARGET COST CONTRACTS IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Joseph Chan
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
70 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RISK MITIGATION MEASURES FOR TARGET COST CONTRACTS IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Monika Chao-Duivis
TU Delft
62 LEGAL ASPECTS OF BIM
Fiona Yan Ki Cheung
SUD, QUT
233 SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION AND COLLABORATION - A RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT APPROACH
Nicola Chiara
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, Columbia University
246 APPLYING THE SHUFFLED FROG-LEAPING ALGORITHM TO IMPROVE SCHEDULING OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WITH ACTIVITY SPLITTING ALLOWED
Paul Chinowsky
University of Colorado at Boulder
117 INTRA-FIRM, INTERDISCIPLINARY NETWORKS IN MULTI-NATIONAL ENGINEERING ORGANIZATIONS
Mui Hia Chua
Rider Levett Bucknall LLP
13 DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT: MANAGING MIGRANT CONSTRUCTION WORKERS ON CONSTRUCTION SITES IN SINGAPORE
Jacky Chung
Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
50 USING ‘WHOLE LIFE CYCLE VALUE’ TO EVALUATE INFRASTRUCTURE MEGAPROJECTS
Angelo Ciribini
Università degli Studi di Brescia
35 THE INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: THE ROLE OF THE MAIN CONTRACTORS
Beck Collins
Birmngham City University
133 EXPLORING DIFFERENT COMMUNITY ATTITUTES TO SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES
Maurizio Constantini
Università degli Studi di Trento
35 THE INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS: THE ROLE OF THE MAIN CONTRACTORS
Nicola Costantino
Politecnico di Bari, Italy
185 MULTI-CRITERIA EVALUATION OF THE BIDS IN PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION
Andrew Dainty
Professor, Loughborough University
207 EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT: A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF FEMALE BUILT ENVIRONMENT UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN SOUTH WALES
8 IMPROVING THE DESIGN OF ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS THOUGH EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK IN USE
195 A SPATIOTEMPORAL PERSPECTIVE ON EMPOWERMENT IN PROJECTS
156 RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES FOR STUDYING THE INFORMAL ASPECTS IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ORGANIZATIONS
Dharma Dassanayake
Charles Stuart University, Australia
193 USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO PREDICT THE ACCURACY OF PRE-TENDER BUILDING COST ESTIMATE
Calayde Davey
CSIR
40 ARE OPEN BUILDING PRINCIPLES RELEVANT IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN HOUSING SECTOR? CSIR INVESTIGATIONS AND ANALYSIS OF HOUSING CASE STUDIES FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDING TRANSFORMATION
Geert Dewulf
University of Twente, Department of Construction Management and Engineering
52 FORMAL AND INFORMAL CONTRACTING WITH THE COMPETITIVE DIALOGUE PROCEDURE
38 COST INFORMATION IN ENERGY BILLS FOR HOUSEHOLDS EFFECTING THE ADOPTION OF ENERGY TECHNIQUES
39 THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF OFFICE BUILDINGS THROUGHOUT THEIR BUILDING PROCESS
Irem Dikmen
Middle East Technical University
235 TRACING RISK PATHS IN INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: A CASE STUDY
Branka Dimitrijevic
Glasgow Caledonian University
16 ACADEMIC/INDUSTRY INNOVATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDING DESIGN AND REFURBISHMENT
Andy van den Dobbelsteen
TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture
118 THE AMSTERDAM GUIDE TO ENERGETIC URBAN PLANNING
Mohammed Dulaimi
The British University in Dubai
194 IMPLEMENTING GREEN DESIGN INITIATIVES IN THE UAE
Kevin Dunn
University of Western Australia
15 DIVERSITY INTERVENTIONS FOR A SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Elma Durmisevic
177 IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATION: THE INERTIA OF IMPLEMENTING THE OPEN BUILDING CONCEPT IN PRACTICE
Onur Dursun
Universitat Stuttgart
165 AN EVALUATION OF CONSTRUCTION SPEED PERFORMANCE FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN UK AND GERMANY
Mohammad El-Mashaleh
Hashemite University
37 SUBCONTRACTOR SELECTION BASED ON DATA ENVELOPMENT ANALYSIS (DEA)
Bram Entrop
University of Twente, Department of Construction Management and Engineering
38 COST INFORMATION IN ENERGY BILLS FOR HOUSEHOLDS EFFECTING THE ADOPTION OF ENERGY TECHNIQUES
39 THE ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF OFFICE BUILDINGS THROUGHOUT THEIR BUILDING PROCESS
Per Erik Eriksson
Luleå University of Technology
228 ORGANIZATIONAL AMBIDEXTERITY IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Paul Everts
PRO6 managers
179 TOWARDS AGILE PROJECTMANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Matineh Eybpoosh
Middle East TEchnical University
235 TRACING RISK PATHS IN INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: A CASE STUDY
Marco Falagario
Politecnico di Bari, Italy
185 MULTI-CRITERIA EVALUATION OF THE BIDS IN PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION
Dongping Fang
Tsinghua University
18 COUNTERFEIT CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS FROM LOW-COST SOURCING COUNTRIES
Garcia-Erviti Federico
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
17 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION COSTS, TOOLS TOWARDS TERRITORIAL SUSTAINABILITY
Richard Fellows
Loughborough University
248 TRUST AND MONEY: 20 YEARS OF (NO) PROGRESS?
Scott Fernie
Heriot-Watt University
69 EXTENDED CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: RELATIONSHIPS, REWARDS AND RISKS
Fernanda Flach
Unisinos
106 BUILDING RENEWAL ON SOCIAL HOUSING – CASE STUDY ON THE RUBEM BERTA SETTLEMENT, PORTO ALEGRE, BRASIL
Kees van der Flier
TU Delft, Fac. Architecture, RE&H
125 UPGRADE OR REPLACE? Obsolescence and its influence on demolition decisions from a sustainable viewpoint.
Chris Fortune
28 LEADERSHIP IN CONSTRUCTION ORGANIZATIONS AND THE PROMOTION OF SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES
Thayaparan Gajendran
Lecturer The University of Newcastle
81 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING AND THE CULTURE OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT TEAMS: A CASE STUDY
156 RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES FOR STUDYING THE INFORMAL ASPECTS IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ORGANIZATIONS
Federico Garcia Erviti
Universidad Politecnica Madrid, Espana
7 SUSTAINABLE PLANNING AND LAND VALUATION. NEW FORMS OF SUBURBAN GROWTH IN AREAS OF THE SPANISH MEDITERRANEAN COAST.
Alistair Gibb
Loughborough University
22 EXPLORING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR MORE ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS: LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIES
Jacqueline Glass
Senior Lecturer, Loughborough University
31 THE ROLE OF RESPONSIBLE SOURCING IN CREATING A SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY-CHAIN
Pernilla Gluch
Associate professor, PhD
142 STANDARDIZING KNOWLEDGE: A DIALECTIC VIEW ON ARCHITECTURAL KNOWLEDGE AND ITS MANAGERS
Marco Aurelio Stumpf Gonzalez
Unisinos
106 BUILDING RENEWAL ON SOCIAL HOUSING – CASE STUDY ON THE RUBEM BERTA SETTLEMENT, PORTO ALEGRE, BRASIL
Stefan Gottlieb
Danish Building Research Institute, Aalborg University
182 PARTNERING AND THE TRADITIONAL: INSTITUTIONAL DETERMINANTS OF GOVERNANCE IN DANISH CONSTRUCTION
Rein de Graaf
MSc
203 SUSTAINABILITY AND URBAN DENSITY
Tullio Gregori
Università di Trieste, Italy
184 RANKO BON REVISITED: THE VOLUME/SHARE RELATIONSHIP
Vincent Gruis
Utrecht University of Applied Sciences & Delft University of Technology
67 SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERSHIP WITHIN HOUSING RENOVATION – APPROACHES FROM THE DUTCH HOUSING ASSOCIATION SECTOR
Stephen Gruneberg
University of Westminter
114 A CRITIQUE OF INTEGRATED WORKING AND PARTNERING
65 THE USE OF THE UK BENCHMARK MODEL TO DEVELOP A STANDARD GLOBAL APPROACH TO CONSTRUCTION DATA
Tanju Gultekin
209 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR POTENTIAL IMPLEMENTATIONS OF MULTI CRITERIA DECISION MAKING (MCDM) METHODS FOR DESIGN QUALITY ASSESSMENT
Christopher Hagmann
University of Stuttgart, Institute for Construction Economics
77 INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR COST ESTIMATION OF COMMUNAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Laura Hakfoort
Municipality of Amsterdam, Spatial Planning Department
118 THE AMSTERDAM GUIDE TO ENERGETIC URBAN PLANNING
Anke van Hal
TU Delft
252 APPROACHES TOWARDS A SMART & SPEEDY IMPROVEMENT OF THE IN SERIES DEVELOPED POST WAR HOUSING STOCK
Joop Halman
177 IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATION: THE INERTIA OF IMPLEMENTING THE OPEN BUILDING CONCEPT IN PRACTICE
Gøril Hannås
University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway
215 SELECTION CRITERIA AND TENDER EVALUATION IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: EQUIVALENT TENDER PRICE MODEL (ETPM)
Robbert Hansen
TU Delft
250 INNOVATIONS WITHIN DBFMO PROJECTS FROM A MAINTENANCE AND ENERGY-USE POINT OF VIEW
Timucin Harputlugil
209 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR POTENTIAL IMPLEMENTATIONS OF MULTI CRITERIA DECISION MAKING (MCDM) METHODS FOR DESIGN QUALITY ASSESSMENT
Timo Hartmann
University Twente
74 THE MANAGEMENT OF REQUIREMENTS: WHAT CAUSES UNCERTAINTY IN INTEGRATED DESIGN APPROACHES?
150 SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS AS SUPPORT FOR STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT WITHIN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Dries Hauptfleisch
University of the Free State
23 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: PROPOSALS FOR PRACTICE IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT THROUGH EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES IN SOUTH AFRICA
24 THE POTENTIAL IMPACT ON PROPERTY AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESULTING FROM ROAD TRANSPORT CORRIDORS IN AFRICA: A CASE STUDY
Antje Hegewald
Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
192 STRATEGIES FOR THE COST-EFFECTIVE TECHNICAL MANAGEMENT OF HOUSING STOCKS
Alexandra den Heijer
Delft University of Technology
80 SUSTAINABLE VISIONS FOR THE CAMPUS OF THE FUTURE
Pieter Herthogs
VUB
40 ARE OPEN BUILDING PRINCIPLES RELEVANT IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN HOUSING SECTOR? CSIR INVESTIGATIONS AND ANALYSIS OF HOUSING CASE STUDIES FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDING TRANSFORMATION
Erwin Heurkens
TU Delft
143 A METHOD TO STUDY THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS
Daniel Chi Wing Ho
Department of Real Estate and Construction, The University of Hong Kong
176 INCLUSIVE BUILT FACILITIES: A CASE STUDY OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Fred Hobma
Delft University of Technology
101 THE INEVITABLE AND CONTINUING GROWTH OF REGULATIONS FOR PLANNING AND BUILDING'
Mieke Hoezen
Universiteit Twente
88 THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN PUBLIC PROCURING AUTHORITY AND PRIVATE COMPETITORS: EXPERIENCES WITH THE COMPETITIVE DIALOGUE
52 FORMAL AND INFORMAL CONTRACTING WITH THE COMPETITIVE DIALOGUE PROCEDURE
105 STIMULATION OF PROJECT COOPERATION BY PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES AND PROCUREMENT CLIMATE
Hans Hubers
TU Delft
116 COLLABORATIVE DESIGN OF PARAMETRIC SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
Pekka Huovinen
Aalto University, Strategic management in construction
5 MANAGING OF CONSTRUCTION-RELATED BUSINESSES IN ENVIRONMENTALLY SUSTAINABLE WAYS - A FOCUSED REVIEW OF 62 CONCEPTS
4 ADVANCEMENT OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, CONTRACTING, DESIGN, AND SUPPLY BUSINESSES VIS-A-VIS CONSTRUCTION MARKETS
Deniz Ilter
Istanbul Technical University
219 AN OVERVIEW OF GREEN BUILDING PRACTICE IN TURKEY
Tolga Ilter
Istanbul Technical University
219 AN OVERVIEW OF GREEN BUILDING PRACTICE IN TURKEY
Laure Itard
OTB Research Institute for Built Environment/TUDelft
164 EXPLORING ROBUSTNESS OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF DWELLINGS TO OCCUPANT BEHAVIOUR: RENOVATION AND POST OCCUPANCY
Kepa Iturralde
metak arkitektura // University of the Basque Country
87 CAD-CAM AND CNC TECHNOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION FOR A SUSTAINABLE REFURBISHMENT OF HISTORIC DISTRICTS. A CASE STUDY FOR BILBAO
Amy Javernick-Will
University of Colorado at Boulder
117 INTRA-FIRM, INTERDISCIPLINARY NETWORKS IN MULTI-NATIONAL ENGINEERING ORGANIZATIONS
Jens Jensen
Technical University of Denmark
182 PARTNERING AND THE TRADITIONAL: INSTITUTIONAL DETERMINANTS OF GOVERNANCE IN DANISH CONSTRUCTION
Eric Johansen
Northumbria University
49 Developing interactions, disentangling contradictions: examining paradoxes of inter-organisational relations in constructing collaborations
Peter de Jong
Delft University of Technology, Real Estate & Housing, Building Economics
68 CONFLICTING FLEXIBILITY
Anna Kadefors
Chalmers University of Technology
166 ORGANIZING COLLABORATION IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS – FORMAL MODELS MEETING PRACTITIONER PERCEPTIONS
Kalle Kahkonen
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
202 HEURISTIC SOLUTION FOR RESOURCE SCHEDULING FOR REPETITIVE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Kars van der Kamp
Hogeschool Utrecht
100 THE RISE OF THE ZZP’ER (SELF-EMPLOYED PROFESSIONAL) IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Hamed Kashani
Georgia Institute of Technology
158 A REAL OPTIONS APPROACH TO EVALUATE INVESTMENT IN SOLAR READY BUILDINGS
Atsushi Kawasaki
Misawa Homes Inc
146 MAIN: SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION FOR INDUSTRIALIZED DETACHED HOUSE, SUB: ROLE OF RESOURCE RECYCLE FACILITY
Yongjian Ke
National University of Singapore
13 DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT: MANAGING MIGRANT CONSTRUCTION WORKERS ON CONSTRUCTION SITES IN SINGAPORE
Graham Kelly
Loughborough University
8 IMPROVING THE DESIGN OF ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS THOUGH EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK IN USE
Andrea Parisi Kern
Unisinos
106 BUILDING RENEWAL ON SOCIAL HOUSING – CASE STUDY ON THE RUBEM BERTA SETTLEMENT, PORTO ALEGRE, BRASIL
Christian Koch
Aarhus Universitet
109 DRIVING SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION IN CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES
Jelle Koolwijk
TU Delft
251 CHAIN COLLABORATION BETWEEN A HOUSING CORPORATION AND TWO GENERAL CONTRACTORS, THE FIRST STEPS
Bartosz Kostrzewa
Warsaw University of Technology Civil Engineering Faculty
188 THE TIME-COST ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT RISK BASED ON EXPERT KNOWLEDGE USING FUZZY SETS
Ioanna Kougia
University College London
73 LOCALISING THE SUPPLY CHAIN
Saso Kovacec
University of Maribor, Slovenia
168 MODEL OF ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION OF CONSTRUCTIONS' RENOVATION
Robert Kroese
Delft University of Technology, OTB Research Institute
33 EMBEDDING ENERGY SAVIING POLICIES IN THE DUTHC NON-PROFIT HOUSING SECTOR
Matthijs Kuhlmann
Hogeschool Utrecht
105 STIMULATION OF PROJECT COOPERATION BY PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES AND PROCUREMENT CLIMATE
Janusz Kulejewski
Warsaw University of Technology Civil Engineering Faculty
190 CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULING WITH IMPRECISELY DEFINED PLANNING CONSTRAINTS
Mohan Kumaraswamy
Centre for Infrastructure and Construction Industry Development, Dept. of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
50 USING ‘WHOLE LIFE CYCLE VALUE’ TO EVALUATE INFRASTRUCTURE MEGAPROJECTS
45 FOSTERING AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIVE INDUSTRY – A PUBLIC SECTOR CASE STUDY FROM HONG KONG
Juliane Kurschner
Municipality of Amsterdam, Spatial Planning Department
118 THE AMSTERDAM GUIDE TO ENERGETIC URBAN PLANNING
Albertus Laan
Universiteit Twente
105 STIMULATION OF PROJECT COOPERATION BY PROCUREMENT PROCEDURES AND PROCUREMENT CLIMATE
Pertti Lahdenperä
234 TOWARDS THE USE OF PROJECT ALLIANCE: JOINT DEVELOPMENT OF TEAM SELECTION PROCEDURES AS AN EXAMPLE OF STEPS TAKEN
Patrick Lam
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
70 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF RISK MITIGATION MEASURES FOR TARGET COST CONTRACTS IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Wai Kin Lau
Department of Real Estate and Construction, The University of Hong Kong
176 INCLUSIVE BUILT FACILITIES: A CASE STUDY OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Sylvain Laurenceau
Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment
76 IMPACT OF PUBLIC SUBSIDIES ON HOUSEHOLD INVESTMENT DECISION IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY ACTIONS
Tim Lees
University of Reading
25 MICROGENERATION TECHNOLOGIES IN NEW BUILD HOUSING: TECHNOLOGICAL TRAJECTORIES AND USER EXPERIENCES
Sander Lenferink
University of Groningen
88 THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN PUBLIC PROCURING AUTHORITY AND PRIVATE COMPETITORS: EXPERIENCES WITH THE COMPETITIVE DIALOGUE
Xiao Xiao Li
University of Florida
19 CM-AT-RISK AS A HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION DELIVERY SYSTEM IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
Florence Ling
National University of Singapore
13 DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT: MANAGING MIGRANT CONSTRUCTION WORKERS ON CONSTRUCTION SITES IN SINGAPORE
Anita M.M. Liu
Dept. of Real Estate and Construction, The University of Hong Kong
241 THE AGENT-CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM FOR PROCURING MEGA PROJECTS IN CHINA
Junxiao Liu
School of Architecture & Building, Deakin University, Australia
148 ANALYSING THE TRANSMISSION PATTERN WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF HOUSING SUPPLY AND MONETARY POLICY IN AUSTRALIA
Kerry London
RMIT
148 ANALYSING THE TRANSMISSION PATTERN WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF HOUSING SUPPLY AND MONETARY POLICY IN AUSTRALIA
153 INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL MODEL DEVELOPMENT TOWARDS ADAPTIVE RE-USE SUCCESS: AN ANALYSIS ON HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT OF CASE STUDIES
173 THE INTEGRATED HOUSING SUPPLY CHAIN MODEL FOR INNOVATION: NARRATIVE ANALYSIS TOWARDS DEVELOPING PATHWAYS METHODOLOGY
Peter Paul van Loon
Ph.D. MSc
203 SUSTAINABILITY AND URBAN DENSITY
Martin Loosemore
University of New South Wales
15 DIVERSITY INTERVENTIONS FOR A SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Jorge Lopes
Polytechnic Institute of Bragança
183 THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND THE CHALLENGES OF THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Maria Loschiavo dos Santos
Professor - Universidade de Sao Paulo
60 PERFORMANCE BASED HOUSING POLICY IMPLEMENTATION: TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION, INNOVATION AND COMPETITIVENESS
Louis H.M.J. Lousberg
Delft University of Technonoly dept. Real Estate and Housing Delft
42 BALANCING BETWEEN FEASIBILITY AND RELATIONSHIP
Sui Pheng Low
National University of Singapore
223 DEVELOPING AND MARKETING SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Martin Lowstedt
Chalmers
160 NEGOTIATING STRATEGIC-MANAGEMENT CONTRADICTIONS IN PRACTICE: AN ACTIVITY-BASED APPROACH
Weisheng Lu
Dept. of Real Estate and Construction, The University of Hong Kong
241 THE AGENT-CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM FOR PROCURING MEGA PROJECTS IN CHINA
Jian Lu
Georgia Institute of Technology
158 A REAL OPTIONS APPROACH TO EVALUATE INVESTMENT IN SOLAR READY BUILDINGS
Shuling Lu
University of Reading
6 SYSTEM INNOVATION FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILT ENVIRONMENTS: THE CASE OF LIGHT EMITTING DIODES
Valverde Luis Ramon
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
17 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION COSTS, TOOLS TOWARDS TERRITORIAL SUSTAINABILITY
Rohana Mahbub
Graduate Centre Department, Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying,
104 SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION CHALLENGES IN PROJECT PROCUREMENT IN MALAYSIA: IBS CONTRACTORS’ PERSPECTIVE
Gangadhar Mahesh
Centre for Infrastructure and Construction Industry Development, Dept. of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
45 FOSTERING AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIVE INDUSTRY – A PUBLIC SECTOR CASE STUDY FROM HONG KONG
Svante Mandell
VTI
82 ENDOGENOUS RISK IN UNBALANCED BIDDING
Karen Manley
Queensland University of Technology, Project Management Academy
51 DEVELOPMENT OF THE SUSTAINABLE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS INDUSTRY IN AUSTRALIA
Bob Mantel
Municipality of Amsterdam, Spatial Planning Department
118 THE AMSTERDAM GUIDE TO ENERGETIC URBAN PLANNING
Hendrik Marx
University of the Free State
24 THE POTENTIAL IMPACT ON PROPERTY AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESULTING FROM ROAD TRANSPORT CORRIDORS IN AFRICA: A CASE STUDY
Shuichi Matsumura
Department of Architecture, The University of Tokyo
146 MAIN: SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION FOR INDUSTRIALIZED DETACHED HOUSE, SUB: ROLE OF RESOURCE RECYCLE FACILITY
Frits Meijer
TU Delft, OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment
167 BETWEEN MARKETING AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT: DUTCH MUNICIPAL POLICY INSTRUMENTS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF PRIVATE HOUSING STOCK
Øystein Husefest Meland
University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway
215 SELECTION CRITERIA AND TENDER EVALUATION IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: EQUIVALENT TENDER PRICE MODEL (ETPM)
Sarfo Mensah
Kumasi Politechnic
249 THE LEVEL OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT (ACT 663) IN GHANA
Evonne Miller
Queensland University of Technology
208 RETROFITTING COMMERCIAL OFFICE BUILDINGS FOR SUSTAINABILITY: TENANTS’ EXPECTATIONS AND EXPERIENCES
Andrew Minasowicz
Warsaw University of Technology Civil Engineering Faculty
188 THE TIME-COST ANALYSIS OF THE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT, TAKING INTO ACCOUNT RISK BASED ON EXPERT KNOWLEDGE USING FUZZY SETS
Edward Minchin Jr.
University of Florida
18 COUNTERFEIT CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS FROM LOW-COST SOURCING COUNTRIES
19 CM-AT-RISK AS A HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION DELIVERY SYSTEM IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
Paul Missa
School of the Built Environment, University of Salford, Salford, M5 4WT, England
134 ETHICAL AND SUSTAINABLE EMPLOYMENT IN CONSTRUCTION: THE CASE OF BLACK AND MINORITY ETHNICS’ (BME’S) ENGAGEMENT
Erwin Mlecnik
Researcher
3 PASSIVE HOUSE NETWORKS: A SOCIAL INNOVATION TARGETING INNOVATION IN SME’S IN THE CONSTRUCTION SECTOR
Mohammad Fadhil Mohammad
Graduate Centre Department, Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying,
104 SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION CHALLENGES IN PROJECT PROCUREMENT IN MALAYSIA: IBS CONTRACTORS’ PERSPECTIVE
Rachel Moor
Mott Macdonald
49 Developing interactions, disentangling contradictions: examining paradoxes of inter-organisational relations in constructing collaborations
Karel Mulder
TU Delft
99 SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS INTEGRATION: CONDITION FOR SUCCESS
Ian Murdoch
University of Westminter
114 A CRITIQUE OF INTEGRATED WORKING AND PARTNERING
Mike Murphy
University of Glamorgan
207 EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT: A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF FEMALE BUILT ENVIRONMENT UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN SOUTH WALES
Ian Nicholson
Managing Director, Responsible Solutions Ltd
31 THE ROLE OF RESPONSIBLE SOURCING IN CREATING A SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY-CHAIN
Nico Nieboer
Delft University of Technology, OTB Research Institute
33 EMBEDDING ENERGY SAVIING POLICIES IN THE DUTHC NON-PROFIT HOUSING SECTOR
Steven Nijhuis
Hogeschool Utrecht
179 TOWARDS AGILE PROJECTMANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Eero Kalevi Nippala
Tampere University of Applied Sciences
86 DRIVERS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Paul Nowak
Warsaw University of Technology Civil Engineering Faculty
187 EU FUNDED PROJECTS – BEST TOOLS FOR CONSTRUCTION SPECIALISTS EDUCATION
Johan Nystrom
VTI
82 ENDOGENOUS RISK IN UNBALANCED BIDDING
George Ofori
National University of Singapore
229 A DECADE OF CHANGE AND IMPROVEMENT? AN INDUSTRY VIEW OF CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN SINGAPORE UNDER CONSTRUCTION 21
Stefan Olander
Lund University
138 REDEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES IN HELSINGBORG, SWEDEN: FROM THE MUNICIPAL PERSPECTIVE
Rui Oliveira
Polytechnic Institute of Bragança
183 THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND THE CHALLENGES OF THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS
John van Oorschot
177 IMPLEMENTATION OF INNOVATION: THE INERTIA OF IMPLEMENTING THE OPEN BUILDING CONCEPT IN PRACTICE
Alex Opoku
28 LEADERSHIP IN CONSTRUCTION ORGANIZATIONS AND THE PROMOTION OF SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES
Ernest Osei-Tutu
Building and Road Research Insitute
249 THE LEVEL OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT (ACT 663) IN GHANA
Amira Osman
CSIR
40 ARE OPEN BUILDING PRINCIPLES RELEVANT IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN HOUSING SECTOR? CSIR INVESTIGATIONS AND ANALYSIS OF HOUSING CASE STUDIES FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDING TRANSFORMATION
Arne van Overmeeren
TU Delft
161 THE AREA-BASED PLANNING PROCESS OF DUTCH HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS
Ricardo Oviedo Haito
Escola Politécnica - Universidade de São Paulo
48 FOURTEEN PROCESSES DEFINING COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE OF BRAZILIAN TRADE CONTRACTORS
Beliz Ozorhon
Bogazici University
58 DESIGN, PROCESS, AND SERVICE INNOVATIONS TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABILITY
Rory Padfield
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
224 SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIA: A CONTRACTOR’S PERSPECTIVE
223 DEVELOPING AND MARKETING SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Helena Palsson
Lund University
138 REDEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES IN HELSINGBORG, SWEDEN: FROM THE MUNICIPAL PERSPECTIVE
Jiayi Pan
Tsinghua University
18 COUNTERFEIT CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS FROM LOW-COST SOURCING COUNTRIES
Sofie Pandis Iverot
KTH Stockholm
99 SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS INTEGRATION: CONDITION FOR SUCCESS
Effie Papargyropoulou
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
224 SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIA: A CONTRACTOR’S PERSPECTIVE
223 DEVELOPING AND MARKETING SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Tony Parry
Associate Professor, University of Nottingham
31 THE ROLE OF RESPONSIBLE SOURCING IN CREATING A SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY-CHAIN
Ton van der Pennen
TU Delft
200 A NEW PROFESSIONAL IN NEIGHBORHOOD APPROACH
Ana Catarina Pestana
San Diego State University
172 STUDY OF THE SUBMITTAL PROCESS USING LEAN PRODUCTION PRINCIPLES
Florence Phua
University of Reading, UK
15 DIVERSITY INTERVENTIONS FOR A SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Roberto Pietroforte
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
184 RANKO BON REVISITED: THE VOLUME/SHARE RELATIONSHIP
185 MULTI-CRITERIA EVALUATION OF THE BIDS IN PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION
James Pinder
Loughborough University
22 EXPLORING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR MORE ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS: LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIES
Josiane Reschke Pires
Unisinos
106 BUILDING RENEWAL ON SOCIAL HOUSING – CASE STUDY ON THE RUBEM BERTA SETTLEMENT, PORTO ALEGRE, BRASIL
Christopher Nigel Preece
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
224 SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION WASTE MANAGEMENT IN MALAYSIA: A CONTRACTOR’S PERSPECTIVE
223 DEVELOPING AND MARKETING SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
Frens Pries
Hogeschool Utrecht
179 TOWARDS AGILE PROJECTMANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL INNOVATION IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Chris Prigg
Unitec Institute of Technology
130 RELEASING THE POTENTIAL OF BIM IN CONSTRUCTION EDUCATION
Matthijs Prins
TU Delft
209 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR POTENTIAL IMPLEMENTATIONS OF MULTI CRITERIA DECISION MAKING (MCDM) METHODS FOR DESIGN QUALITY ASSESSMENT
250 INNOVATIONS WITHIN DBFMO PROJECTS FROM A MAINTENANCE AND ENERGY-USE POINT OF VIEW
Stephen Pryke
University College London
73 LOCALISING THE SUPPLY CHAIN
Igor Psunder
University of Maribor, Slovenia
168 MODEL OF ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION OF CONSTRUCTIONS' RENOVATION
Mirko Psunder
University of Maribor, Slovenia
168 MODEL OF ECONOMIC JUSTIFICATION OF CONSTRUCTIONS' RENOVATION
Yang Pu
Centre for Infrastructure and Construction Industry Development, Dept. of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
45 FOSTERING AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIVE INDUSTRY – A PUBLIC SECTOR CASE STUDY FROM HONG KONG
Pumelele Qongqo
Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Pretoria, South Africa
72 A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION DATA SOURCES
Christine Raisanen
Chalmers
160 NEGOTIATING STRATEGIC-MANAGEMENT CONTRADICTIONS IN PRACTICE: AN ACTIVITY-BASED APPROACH
Peter Raisbeck
The University of Melbourne
217 PARADOXES OF INNOVATION AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN: A MODEL OF DESIGN KNOWLEDGE GENERATION IN ARCHITECTURAL PRACTICES.
Gema Ramirez Pacheco
Universidad Alicante, Espana; Universidad Politecnica Madrid, Espana
7 SUSTAINABLE PLANNING AND LAND VALUATION. NEW FORMS OF SUBURBAN GROWTH IN AREAS OF THE SPANISH MEDITERRANEAN COAST.
Elizabeth Rapoport
University College London
95 THE IDEOLOGY OF THE ECO-CITY: A DISCURSIVE APPROACH
Christoph Maria Ravesloot
Rotterdam University of Applied Science
54 ORGANISING LARGE SCALE GREEN COVERED ROOFS, Classification of green roof specifications and green roofs implementation; the economics of green roofs
Hilde Remoy
TU Delft
225 REDESIGN – UPGRADING THE BUILDING STOCK TO MEET (NEW) USER DEMANDS
Zhaomin Ren
University of Glamorgan
207 EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT: A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF FEMALE BUILT ENVIRONMENT UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN SOUTH WALES
Hennes de Ridder
TU Delft
212 Living Buildings and the associated R&D based manufacturers; The Revolution towards Evolutionary Construction
Stefan Riemann
University of Kassel
140 GUIDELINE FOR PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN CLIENT AND CONTRACTOR IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS IN GERMANY
Karl Robertsen
University of Agder, Kristiansand, Norway
215 SELECTION CRITERIA AND TENDER EVALUATION IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS: EQUIVALENT TENDER PRICE MODEL (ETPM)
Martin Roders
OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment
67 SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERSHIP WITHIN HOUSING RENOVATION – APPROACHES FROM THE DUTCH HOUSING ASSOCIATION SECTOR
120 CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON LIVING QUALITY; AWARENESS OF HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS
Timothy Rose
Queensland University of Technology, Project Management Academy
51 DEVELOPMENT OF THE SUSTAINABLE BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS INDUSTRY IN AUSTRALIA
Steve Rowlinson
REC, HKU
233 SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION AND COLLABORATION - A RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT APPROACH
Goran Runeson
Adjunct Professor, University of Technology Sydney
156 RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES FOR STUDYING THE INFORMAL ASPECTS IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECT ORGANIZATIONS
Enoch Sackey
Loughborough University
195 A SPATIOTEMPORAL PERSPECTIVE ON EMPOWERMENT IN PROJECTS
Jim Saker
Loughborough University
22 EXPLORING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR MORE ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS: LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIES
Tadeo Baldiri Salcedo Rahola
TU Delft
99 SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS INTEGRATION: CONDITION FOR SUCCESS
Aart Schaap
Penta Rho
68 CONFLICTING FLEXIBILITY
Rob Schmidt
Loughborough University
22 EXPLORING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR MORE ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS: LESSONS FROM CASE STUDIES
8 IMPROVING THE DESIGN OF ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS THOUGH EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK IN USE
Thomas Schonk
University Twente
150 SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS AS SUPPORT FOR STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT WITHIN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Fabio Sciancalepore
Politecnico di Bari, Italy
185 MULTI-CRITERIA EVALUATION OF THE BIDS IN PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION
Martin Sexton
University of Reading
25 MICROGENERATION TECHNOLOGIES IN NEW BUILD HOUSING: TECHNOLOGICAL TRAJECTORIES AND USER EXPERIENCES
Qi Ping Shen
Department of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
128 BIM-BASED USER PRE-OCCUPANCY EVALUATION METHOD FOR FACILITATING THE DESIGNER-CLIENT COMMUNICATION IN DESIGN STAGE
Weilin Shen
Department of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
128 BIM-BASED USER PRE-OCCUPANCY EVALUATION METHOD FOR FACILITATING THE DESIGNER-CLIENT COMMUNICATION IN DESIGN STAGE
Jessica Siva
RMIT University
173 THE INTEGRATED HOUSING SUPPLY CHAIN MODEL FOR INNOVATION: NARRATIVE ANALYSIS TOWARDS DEVELOPING PATHWAYS METHODOLOGY
Marnix Smit
University of Twente, Netherlands
71 CULTURAL HERITAGE IN URBAN REDEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: A FRAMEWORK TO ANALYSE COLLABORATIVE STRATEGIES
Bruce Smith
Auburn University School of Building Science
94 SCHEDULING PROCESS: USING ONE-DAY SCHEDULING ON MULTI-FAMILY PROJECTS TO REDUCE DELIVERY TIME
Hedley Smyth
The Bartlett School of Construction and Project Management, UCL
29 EXPLORING THE POTENTIAL TO DEVELOP COLLABORATION AND PARTNERS FOR SUSTAINABILITY DURING AUSTERITY
Konrad Spang
University of Kassel
140 GUIDELINE FOR PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN CLIENT AND CONTRACTOR IN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS IN GERMANY
Leonie van der Steen
TU Delft
252 APPROACHES TOWARDS A SMART & SPEEDY IMPROVEMENT OF THE IN SERIES DEVELOPED POST WAR HOUSING STOCK
Ann-Charlotte Stenberg
Chalmers
160 NEGOTIATING STRATEGIC-MANAGEMENT CONTRADICTIONS IN PRACTICE: AN ACTIVITY-BASED APPROACH
Vicky Story
The University of Nottingham
8 IMPROVING THE DESIGN OF ADAPTABLE BUILDINGS THOUGH EFFECTIVE FEEDBACK IN USE
Giselle Stowijk
urbannerdam
36 PARTICIPATION IN COLLECTIVELY SOLD PRIVATE RENOVATIONS
Christian Stoy
University of Stuttgart, Institute for Construction Economics
165 AN EVALUATION OF CONSTRUCTION SPEED PERFORMANCE FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN UK AND GERMANY
77 INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR COST ESTIMATION OF COMMUNAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Ad Straub
TU Delft
67 SUPPLY CHAIN PARTNERSHIP WITHIN HOUSING RENOVATION – APPROACHES FROM THE DUTCH HOUSING ASSOCIATION SECTOR
120 CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON LIVING QUALITY; AWARENESS OF HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS
33 EMBEDDING ENERGY SAVIING POLICIES IN THE DUTHC NON-PROFIT HOUSING SECTOR
250 INNOVATIONS WITHIN DBFMO PROJECTS FROM A MAINTENANCE AND ENERGY-USE POINT OF VIEW
Milly Tambach
TU Delft, OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment
167 BETWEEN MARKETING AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT: DUTCH MUNICIPAL POLICY INSTRUMENTS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF PRIVATE HOUSING STOCK
Cem Taneri
Istanbul Technical University, Department of Architecture, Taskisla, Istanbul, Turkey
30 REVIEWING CONSTRUCTION STATISTICS IN NORTH CYPRUS
Mehdi Tavakolan
Ph.D. Candidate in Columbia University
246 APPLYING THE SHUFFLED FROG-LEAPING ALGORITHM TO IMPROVE SCHEDULING OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS WITH ACTIVITY SPLITTING ALLOWED
James Taylor
Auburn University
59 SUSTAINABLE BUILDING PRACTICES: LEGISLATIVE AND ECONOMIC INCENTIVES
Peter Teeuw
Delft University of Technology
54 ORGANISING LARGE SCALE GREEN COVERED ROOFS, Classification of green roof specifications and green roofs implementation; the economics of green roofs
80 SUSTAINABLE VISIONS FOR THE CAMPUS OF THE FUTURE
Stuart Tennant
Heriot-Watt University
69 EXTENDED CONSTRUCTION SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: RELATIONSHIPS, REWARDS AND RISKS
Melissa Teo
Queensland University of Technology
15 DIVERSITY INTERVENTIONS FOR A SOCIALLY SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY
Evelyn Teo
National University of Singapore
229 A DECADE OF CHANGE AND IMPROVEMENT? AN INDUSTRY VIEW OF CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN SINGAPORE UNDER CONSTRUCTION 21
Vui Chau Thien
The University of Melbourne, Australia
193 USE OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TO PREDICT THE ACCURACY OF PRE-TENDER BUILDING COST ESTIMATE
Andre Thomsen
TU Delft, OTB
125 UPGRADE OR REPLACE? Obsolescence and its influence on demolition decisions from a sustainable viewpoint.
126 PARADIGM SHIFT OR CHOKE? THE FUTURE OF WESTERN EUROPEAN HOUSING STOCKS
Christian Thuesen
Technical University of Denmark, Department for Management
109 DRIVING SUSTAINABLE INNOVATION IN CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES
Pekka Antero Tienhaara
VTT
86 DRIVERS OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
Nico Tillie
TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture
118 THE AMSTERDAM GUIDE TO ENERGETIC URBAN PLANNING
Imelda Tjandra
National University of Singapore
229 A DECADE OF CHANGE AND IMPROVEMENT? AN INDUSTRY VIEW OF CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT IN SINGAPORE UNDER CONSTRUCTION 21
Wouter Toorn Vrijthoff
TU Delft
41 DUTCH STRATEGIES FOR THE HISTORIC URBAN CORE, THE HISTORIC INNER CITY, FADED GLORY OR CORE BUSINESS?
İlker Topcu
209 CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR POTENTIAL IMPLEMENTATIONS OF MULTI CRITERIA DECISION MAKING (MCDM) METHODS FOR DESIGN QUALITY ASSESSMENT
Martin Tuuli
Loughborough University
195 A SPATIOTEMPORAL PERSPECTIVE ON EMPOWERMENT IN PROJECTS
Gulsu Ulukavak Harputlugil
OTB Research Institute/TUDelft
164 EXPLORING ROBUSTNESS OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE OF DWELLINGS TO OCCUPANT BEHAVIOUR: RENOVATION AND POST OCCUPANCY
Terttu Vainio
VTT
85 BUILDING RENOVATION – A NEW INDUSTRY ?
Celine Varenio
Centre Scientifique et Technique du Bâtiment
76 IMPACT OF PUBLIC SUBSIDIES ON HOUSEHOLD INVESTMENT DECISION IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY ACTIONS
Anne Lorene Vernay
Technical University Delft
99 SOCIO-TECHNICAL SYSTEMS INTEGRATION: CONDITION FOR SUCCESS
95 THE IDEOLOGY OF THE ECO-CITY: A DISCURSIVE APPROACH
Basie Verster
University of the Free State
23 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT: PROPOSALS FOR PRACTICE IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT THROUGH EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES IN SOUTH AFRICA
Henk Visscher
TU Delft, OTB Research Institute for the Built Environment
120 CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON LIVING QUALITY; AWARENESS OF HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS
167 BETWEEN MARKETING AND FINANCIAL SUPPORT: DUTCH MUNICIPAL POLICY INSTRUMENTS TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF PRIVATE HOUSING STOCK
Leentje Volker
Delft University of Technology
34 SUCCESS AND FAIL FACTORS IN SUSTAINABLE REAL ESTATE RENOVATION PROJECTS
Hans Voordijk
Associate Professor
52 FORMAL AND INFORMAL CONTRACTING WITH THE COMPETITIVE DIALOGUE PROCEDURE
Theo van der Voordt
TU Delft
27 VALUE-BASED BRIEFING, DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF HOSPITAL BUILDINGS
225 REDESIGN – UPGRADING THE BUILDING STOCK TO MEET (NEW) USER DEMANDS
Russell Walters
University of Florida
18 COUNTERFEIT CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS FROM LOW-COST SOURCING COUNTRIES
Hongdi Wang
Dept. of Real Estate and Construction, The University of Hong Kong
241 THE AGENT-CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM FOR PROCURING MEGA PROJECTS IN CHINA
Tanut Waroonkun
122 MODELLING OF FACTORS IMPACTING ADOPTION OF PRECAST CONCRETE SYSTEMS
Eefje van der Werf
TU Delft
252 APPROACHES TOWARDS A SMART & SPEEDY IMPROVEMENT OF THE IN SERIES DEVELOPED POST WAR HOUSING STOCK
Sara Wilkinson
Ms
180 SUSTAINABLE RETROFIT POTENTIAL IN LOWER QUALITY OFFICE STOCK IN THE CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT
Abimbola Windapo
University of Cape Town
72 A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION DATA SOURCES
Jan Worst
222 COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS SETTINGS REGARDING INTEGRATION OF DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
Zhongbing Wu
Audit Center for Government Investment Construction Projects, Shenzhen, China
241 THE AGENT-CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM FOR PROCURING MEGA PROJECTS IN CHINA
Brenda Hongbo Xie
Department of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
50 USING ‘WHOLE LIFE CYCLE VALUE’ TO EVALUATE INFRASTRUCTURE MEGAPROJECTS
Bo Xie
Centre for Infrastructure and Construction Industry Development, Dept. of Civil Engineering, The University of Hong Kong
45 FOSTERING AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RESPONSIVE INDUSTRY – A PUBLIC SECTOR CASE STUDY FROM HONG KONG
Pengpeng Xu
Department of Building & Real Estate, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University
121 BARRIERS TO IMPLEMENTATION OF ENERGY PERFORMANCE CONTRACTING (EPC) MECHANISM INTO HOTEL BUILDINGS RETROFIT IN CHINA
Yung Yau
Department of Public and Social Administration, City University of Hong Kong
176 INCLUSIVE BUILT FACILITIES: A CASE STUDY OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Ibrahim Yitmen
European University of Lefke, Department of Civil Engineering, Gemikonagi, Lefke, Kibris
32 INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC ALLIANCES IN CONSTRUCTION: PERFORMANCES OF TURKISH CONTRACTING FIRMS
30 REVIEWING CONSTRUCTION STATISTICS IN NORTH CYPRUS
Yuri Yoshizaki
Department of Architecture and Building Engineering, Shibaura Institute of Technology
146 MAIN: SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION FOR INDUSTRIALIZED DETACHED HOUSE, SUB: ROLE OF RESOURCE RECYCLE FACILITY
Vedran Zerjav
Vienna University of Technology
74 THE MANAGEMENT OF REQUIREMENTS: WHAT CAUSES UNCERTAINTY IN INTEGRATED DESIGN APPROACHES?
150 SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS AS SUPPORT FOR STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT WITHIN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS
Sake Zijlstra
TU Delft, fac. Arch., Dep. RE&H
36 PARTICIPATION IN COLLECTIVELY SOLD PRIVATE RENOVATIONS
Antonio Zumelzu
Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e)
14 SUSTAINABLE TRANFORMATION OF CITIES: THE CASE OF EINDHOVEN, THE NETHERLANDS
Johan van der Zwart
Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Department of Real Estate & Housing
27 VALUE-BASED BRIEFING, DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF HOSPITAL BUILDINGS

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