CITC-11: London, United Kingdom

September 9-11, 2019

Conference Papers

  1. 3D Scans – A New Teaching Tool in Construction Education 
  2. A Factor Analysis of Transportation Infrastructure Feasibility Study Factors A Study among Built Environment Professionals in South Africa 
  3. A Framework for Managing Building Construction Technology for the Campus Owner through a Building Design Sustainability Safety and Maintainability Assessment System 
  4. A Hybrid Conceptual Model for BIM Adoption in Facilities Management A Descriptive Analysis for the Collected Data 
  5. A Model Validation and Predicting the Rental Values of Residential Properties Using Logistic Regression Model 
  6. A Pilot of Student Guided Virtual Reality Tours 
  7. A Socio-Cultural Perspective to BIM Adoption A Case Study in South Africa 
  8. A Strategic Approach to Emergency Preparedness in the UAE 
  9. Academic Satisfaction and Career Preparedness An Exploratory Study on the Perceptions of Construction Management Graduates  
  10. An Assessment of Factors influencing Collaboration and Impacts on Organisational Performance A Review 
  11. An Assessment Tool to Measure the Lean Construction Maturity Level 
  12. An Overview of Onsite Residential Sewage Disposal and the Implications on Underground Water Supply and Health in Nigeria 
  13. Antecedents of Client Loyalty in the Construction Professional Services Sector A Qualitative Study 
  14. Are the Aging Workforce Satisfied with the Construction Work Environment 
  15. Assessing the Emerging Factors on Stakeholder Management in Public-Private Partnerships in Malaysia 
  16. Assessing the Intrinsic Value of Construction Stocks An Empirical Evidence from the Price Earning Models 
  17. Assessment of Embodied Carbon Footprint of an Educational Building in Pakistan using Building Information 
  18. Assessment of the Level of Awareness of Robotics and Construction Automation in South African 
  19. Assessment of the Role of Owner’s Representative on Construction Performance An Owner’s Perspective 
  20. Augmented Reality AR for Utility Infrastructure An Experiential Development Workflow 
  21. Augmented Reality for Urban Utility Infrastructure A UK Perspective 
  22. Automation in Museum Construction and Operation 
  23. Benchmarking Project Manager’s Compensation 
  24. Best Management Practices in Design, Construction, and Maintenance of Mechanical Systems in Data Centers 
  25. BIM Awareness and Usage VS BIM Knowledge, Importance and Future Planning An Analysis from Malaysian Quantity Surveyors 
  26. BIM Awareness The Kenyan and UK Scenarios 
  27. Blockchain in Construction Practice 
  28. Building Commissioning Do Cost Benefits Outweigh the Initial Investment for U.S. Army Corp of Engineers 
  29. Building Information Modelling in Transport Infrastructure Sector 
  30. Challenges Affecting Leadership Development in the Construction Industry  
  31. Challenges of Conducting Market Research During Project Appraisals of Real Estate Investment 
  32. Challenges to the Implementation of Lean Construction Practices in the South African Construction Industry 
  33. Characteristics of Bidding for Engineering Services in Public Construction Projects 
  34. Construction and Demolition Waste Management on Construction Sites in Kazakhstan 
  35. Construction Contingency Determination A Review of Processes and Techniques  
  36. Construction Health and Safety (H&S) Practitioners’ Developmental Needs 
  37. Construction Site Fire Safety Using BIM and Virtual Reality 
  38. Construction-Related Waivers to the Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Rule in the United States 
  39. Contingency Use and Project Delivery Influence on Infrastructure Project Risk Assessment 
  40. Costing of Health and Safety elements in Construction Projects in Gauteng, South Africa  
  41. Critical Factors Influencing the Bid/No Bid Decision in Pakistan Construction Industry 
  42. Critical Success Factors for Improved Organizational Performance  
  43. Current Sources of Financing Power Infrastructure in Developing Countries Principal Component Analysis Approach 
  44. Current Status of Awareness and Readiness Towards Building Information Modelling (BIM) Among Sri Lankan Quantity Surveyors  
  45. Deployment of Building Information Modelling BIM for Energy Efficiency in the UK 
  46. Developing a Sustainable Concrete using Ceramic Waste Powder 
  47. Digital Asset Information Management for Transport Infrastructure Framework and Implementation 
  48. Digital Technology and Integration in Construction The UAE Context 
  49. Effect of Insulation Thickness on Energy Consumption for Different Shaped Buildings 
  50. Effectiveness of Contractors’ Competitive Bidding Strategies in the UAE Construction Industry 
  51. Embodied Carbon Footprint Assessment of a Conventional Commercial Building Using BIM 
  52. Emerging BIM-3D-Laser Scanning Integration in Construction Practice 
  53. Enhancing Innovativeness in the Construction Sector A System Dynamics Analysis 
  54. Enhancing the Visualization of Problems Tracking and Management Integrated BIM Technology for General Contractor in Construction 
  55. Environmental Sustainability Impact of Construction Acitivties  
  56. Estimating the Productivity of the Bosnian-Herzegovinian Water Operators  
  57. Evaluating the Influence of Training on Attitudes to Building Information Modelling (BIM) Adoption in Malaysian Construction Industry by using Extended Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) 
  58. Expectations from the Welding Curriculum Based on the Perspective of Engineering Technology Graduates in Nigeria 
  59. Experimental Investigation of Concrete Block Walls Compressive Strength Using a Non-Destructive Test 
  60. Exploring Critical Success Factors for Geothermal Investments 
  61. Exploring individual adaptability as a prerequisite for adjusting to technological changes in construction 
  62. Exploring the Current and Future States of Augmented Reality in the Construction Industry 
  63. Exploring the Working Conditions of People in Construction 
  64. External Components of Premature Construction Project Closure 
  65. Factors Affecting Indoor Environmental Qualities of Social-Housing Projects in South Africa  
  66. Forecasting Rental Values of Residential Properties A Neural Network Model Approach  
  67. General Contractor Knowledge of Infection Control Requirements on Hospital Renovation Construction Projects 
  68. Green Building Retrofitting in the UAE 
  69. Health and Safety Elements of Premature Construction Project Closure 
  70. How Can Mobile App Technology Further Benefit Project Managers by Improving & Increasing Working Productivity? 
  71. Identification of critical factors for Construction Megaprojects Success   
  72. Image Based Inspection and Monitoring of Buildings  
  73. Impediments of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the South African Construction  
  74. Innovative vocational training for the Construction Industry 
  75. Inventory Management and Construction Project Delivery in Nigeria 
  76. Investigating the Criticalities of Corruption Forms in Infrastructure Procurement in the Developing   
  77. Investigation of Electronic Document Management applications in the Construction Projects Case Study in Jordan 
  78. Investigation of infrastructural Maintenance in Public Institutions in Nigeria   
  79. Land-Use Optimization Based on Transit Oriented Development with Linear Programming 
  80. Life cycle costing for decision making in construction and demolition waste management A critical review 
  81. Measuring the needs for the Special Property Development Entity (SPDE) for Waqf Property Development in Malaysia 
  82. Mitigating Skills Shortage in the South African Construction Industry 
  83. Modelling Correlations in Highway Construction Projects  
  84. Modelling Hospital Functional Performance Under Surge Conditions—The Application of FRAM and RAM 
  85. Modular versus Conventional Construction An Analysis of Cost and Benefits via a Case Study 
  86. Multi-Objective Resource-Constrained Scheduling in Construction Projects 
  87. Objectives of Competitive Bidding in the UAE Construction Industry 
  88. Overview of Concrete Durability Evaluation using Electrical Resistivity 
  89. Owners' Obligations Under FIDIC Construction Contracts 
  90. Perception of University Students on Gender Issues in the Industry 
  91. Perceptions of How Lean Practices Could Assure Quality in Construction 
  92. Physical and Mental Health of Construction Workers A Worse Status 
  93. Practical Application of Natural Pozzolans and Lime for Cost Optimisation in Low Cost Housing 
  94. Predicting the Impact Size of Uncertainty Events on Construction Cost and Time of Highway Projects Using  
  95. Project Control Through Disincentivisation A Case Study of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Project 
  96. Quality Assessment of Sandcrete Blocks Produced with River Sand in Ogun State, Nigeria 
  97. Quantitative Assessment of Resilient Safety Culture Model Using Relative Importance Index 
  98. Reducing Our Energy Usage and Reliance to Mechanical Air Conditioning through Passive Cooling Can It Be Done at Home Today 
  99. Relating quality of Service to Customer Satisfaction in the Nigerian Automotive Service Sector 
  100. Residential Construction Risk Management Does it Happen in Real Life 
  101. Rethinking the Application of Computer Assisted Mass Appraisal for Property Valuation in Johannesburg Municipality 
  102. Reviewing Problem-Solving as a Key Employability Skill for Built Environment Graduates 
  103. Risk Management in Procurement of Blue-Green Roofs Supplier Perspective 
  104. Road Infrastructure Project Success Understanding the Role of Stakeholder Management in a Rural Setting 
  105. Safety Management Amongst Small Contractors in Selangor, Malaysia 
  106. Sharing Knowledge Via Ubiquitous Technology to Enhance Safety Awareness Willingness and Actual Experience in Hong Kong 
  107. STREBLO The App Prototype for Managing Stress in the Construction Industry 
  108. Temporary Homes in Disaster Hit Areas 
  109. The Influence of Clients and Designers on Construction Health and Safety  
  110. The Sources of Dispute in Construction Projects in the Mpumalanga Province 
  111. Undesired Contractual Behaviour of Key Participants in Civil Engineering projects 
  112. Urban Planning in the Context of Seatropolis City through the Public-Private Partnership Scheme 
  113. Urban Underground Future The Potential of Subsurface Utilization in Nairobi, Kenya 
  114. Water Conservation and Environmental Sustainability Approach 
  115. Water Content Effect on California Bearing Ratio of Cohesive Soil 
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