CITC-6: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July 2011 Conference Papers

  1. Application of the Monte-Carlo Method to Determine the Costs for Building Projects – Influence of Ranges on Probability Distribution

  2. Efficiency Assessment of Bosnia-Herzegovina Water Companies

  3. Road Construction Cost Prediction Models Based on Regression Analysis

  4. Prediction Models for Financial Ratios of Greek Construction Companies

  5. Network – Based Bill of Quantities (NetBOQ) vs Conventional Bill of Quantities: A Comparative Evaluation

  6. Financial Health of the Construction Industry of Pakistan - A Perspective of Major Stakeholders

  7. Cost and Time Overruns in Highway Projects of Pakistan

  8. Recycling of Demolition Debris as Sub-base and Base Course in Road Pavements in Palestine

  9. A Cost Estimation Model in Pre-Design Phase

  10. Project Governance in Malaysia Hillside Developments

  11. Major Quantitative Techniques for Risk Analysis in the Construction Industry – A Comparative Analysis

  12. Personalized Multidimensional Process Framework For Dynamic Risk Analysis In The Real Estate Industry

  13. Bidding AHP Model for Iranian Construction Contractors to Select the Best Bidding Project

  14. Identifying and examining affecting factors on the decision to bid/no bid at Iranian well-established contracting firms

  15. Risk Assessment for Water Supply Projects using Public Private Partnership (PPP) / Private Finance Initiative (PFI)

  16. Risk Assessment of Common Construction Hazards among Different Countries

  17. Derivatives Trading Strategy for Managing Material Price Risks

  18. Cost and time overruns in commercial construction projects – An Australian study

  19. Improvements in Network Modeling

  20. Schedule Incentive / Penalty Provisions in Indian Construction Projects

  21. Approaches in management of Construction delays and cost overrun of Multiple D&B Projects in Sabah

  22. EVALUATION OF DISASTER PREPAREDNESS PLANS, INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AND RESCUE STRATEGIES OF HIGH RISE BUILDINGS IN LAGOS METROPOLIS

  23. Preliminary Critical Success Factors of Public Private Partnership (PPP) in the UAE Public Healthcare Projects

  24. Infrastructure Procurement in Pakistan

  25. Procurement Practices in Developing Countries: the need for research

  26. Greening Procurement: A Research Agenda for Optimizing Mass-haul During Linear Infrastructure Construction

  27. Public Sector’s Organizational Structure for Successful Public-Private- Partnerships in Construction

  28. Industrialised Building System (IBS) Construction Supply-Chain Strategies of Malaysian Contractors

  29. Assessing the Performance of Clients During the Briefing Process in Malaysia: Case Study Universiti Teknologi MARA

  30. Maintenance Management for Public Infrastructure for Malaysian Local Authorities

  31. Construction Logistics Management in Building Projects in Iran: the Warehousing Process

  32. The Current Bidding Environment of Commercial Construction Projects in Atlanta Georgia

  33. Best Value PIPS Research Reaches Malaysia

  34. State of the Art Research Model: Brunsfield Research Center

  35. Solving the Malaysian Construction Industry Research Environment

  36. The "Seamless" Bureaucracy

  37. Innovation in the Context of a Developing Country: A Case of a Cable Car Project

  38. Labor Productivity Improvement in the Industrial Construction Projects based on Effective Factors Utilization

  39. Critical Success Factors for the Construction Organization in the Malaysian Construction Industry: A case study in Penang

  40. Project Management Performance in ICT and Construction Project: The Influence of Project Management Staff

  41. Preliminary Research into Responsible Business Practices in Engineering Firms through an Analysis of Project Stakeholders

  42. Transparency Initiatives (TI) Strategies for Public Construction Projects

  43. Approach of Japanese Project Management: A Comparison Between PMBOK and P2M/KPM in the Construction Industry.

  44. Prediction of Construction Labor Production Rates for Malaysian Construction Industry Using ANN

  45. Factors Influencing Construction Projects Delays: A Literature Review

  46. Conceptual Framework of Resource Allocation Procedures and Practices in Construction Projects

  47. The dilemma of communications and management of remote construction projects in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia

  48. Using Performance Metrics to Guide Management and Predict Client Satisfaction

  49. Current Trends and Future Prospects of Online Bidding in Construction: A Survey of Owners and Contractors Organizations in USA

  50. SELECTION OF PROCUREMENT SYSTEMS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

  51. Public Sector Perceptions of Early Contractor Involvement for Delivering Social Infrastructure

  52. GBI-NREB towards the sustainable value of money and sense for Existing Purpose-Built Building in Malaysia

  53. Exploring the Opportunities of Design and Build Contracts for the Construction Projects in Pakistan.

  54. Comparison of Project Delivery Methods Used in Building Construction Projects

  55. A Case Study of a Strategic Facilities Management Planning and Implementation in a PFI Hospital Project

  56. Public Private Partnership in U.S. Infrastructure Projects: Port of Miami Tunnel Case Study

  57. An Empirical Study of Applying ISO 9001 Elements in Large Size Indonesian Contractors

  58. Developing an Assessment Model for Factors Affecting the Quality in Egyptian Roads Construction

  59. A Comprehensive Approach towards Managing Quality in the Construction Industry

  60. PAF Model for Quality Cost Estimation in Mass-Housing Projects

  61. Quality Performance Evaluation of Embankment Dam Construction Projects

  62. Exploring Fire Safety Awareness Among the Malaysian Public

  63. Developing and Implementing an Occupational Health and Safety Program in a Construction Company: A Case Study in Pakistan

  64. Effectiveness of Worker Motivational Techniques on Construction Project Safety, Productivity and Quality Performance

  65. Investigation of the Multi-level Safety Climate of Working Groups for Perceptional Differences

  66. Conceptual Model of Noise Hazard Assessment System for Construction Workers

  67. Effects of Wind in the Construction Activities at High-rise Buildings

  68. CONSTRUCTION QUALITY MANAGEMENT – CASE STUDY OF THE SHANGHAI PUDONG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL II EXPANSION CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

  69. Safe Design Best Practices: A Summary of Singapore’s Rooftop Greenery Guidelines

  70. Use of Human Factor Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) Framework for Assessing Tower Crane Safety in Construction Sites

  71. Comparative Analysis of Construction Safety in Asian Developing Countries

  72. Impact significance of construction clients’ culture on contractors’ health and safety (H&S) culture- An exploratory Delphi study

  73. Indicators for Measuring Health and Safety Performance Improvement of Small and Medium Construction Enterprises in South Africa

  74. Construction Claim Factors in the Nigerian Built Environment

  75. CHALLENGES TO THE ARBITRATION AWARD: LEGAL PERSPECTIVES FROM THE UK CONSTRUCTION DISPUTE CASES

  76. Multi-Tier Dispute Resolution in International Construction Contracts: Conflict Escalation or Resolution?

  77. The Adequacy of Malaysian Security of Payment Legislation for Sub- contractors in Construction Industry

  78. Malaysian Legal Framework and Risk Management: Design Professionals

  79. Use of Incentive Contracts in Turkish Construction Sector

  80. Work Zone User Costs and Incentive Values of Highway Construction Projects

  81. Seventeen Years of Learning in the Upgrading of Informal Settlements in South Africa

  82. Market Positions of Four Major International Construction Sectors

  83. Analyzing the performance of international contractors according to the organizational capability

  84. Assessment of Malaysian Construction Companies’ Capabilities to Venture into International Market using SWOT Analysis

  85. Effectiveness of IBS in Reducing Foreign Workers in the Malaysian Construction Workforce: A Review

  86. International Projects Management, Framework for controlling Conflict and Cultural Diversity in Developing Countries

  87. Successful Construction Project Manager: Different Perceptions from Different Stakeholders

  88. Gender Development of Women Construction Entrepreneurs: The Role of Family as an Agent of Socially Construct

  89. The Conception of Balanced Scorecard Method in Measuring the Corporate Real Estate (CRE) Performance for Malaysian Universities

  90. Importance and Benefits of Engineering Economy in Construction Management Curriculum

  91. State of the Art Integration of CII Research Products within Higher Education Curricula: A Case Study

  92. Evaluating the Required Quantity Surveying Competencies: A Perception of University of Johannesburg Quantity Surveying Students

  93. Automated Risk Assessment in Construction: Combining Novel Concepts with Cutting Edge Technologies

  94. APPLICATIONS OF PRC (PDA, RFID, CAMERA) IN CONSTRUCTION MONITORING

  95. The Need For IT Alignment Studies in Construction Companies in Malaysia : A Theoretical Framework

  96. Critical Path Method (CPM) Software in Malaysian Constructions

  97. Mobile Application Information Requirement in Construction Industry

  98. Survey of Information Technology Utilization in The Construction Industry in Malaysia

  99. Readiness of a Developing Nation in Implementing Automation and Robotics Technologies in Construction: A Case Study of Malaysia

  100. RFID for Concrete Maturity: Impact of RFID Frequency

  101. Electronic Documentation Management in Construction Projects – A Qualitative Study

  102. Content and Applications of Artificial Intelligence for Cost Management in Civil Engineering Projects

  103. E-READINESS IN IBS COMPONENTS MANAGEMENT FOR CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

  104. Implementation of Bridge Management Systems in State Highway Departments in the United States of America

  105. Internet-Based ICT usage in Construction Project Management: A Global Appraisal

  106. Building Information Modeling in Architectural Education: The Case of the Middle East

  107. Lessons Learned from Implementing Building Information Modeling (BIM) Technology in Thailand’s Architectural Industry

  108. BIM and Conditional Query Estimation

  109. Role of BIM for Facility Management in Academic Institutions

  110. Energy Dissipation Capacity of Columns and the Time of Collapse of Steel Structures

  111. Behaviour of the Stiffened Panels of Rectangular Industrial Ducts

  112. The Robustness Of SteFib In Composite Structural Member

  113. RC Wall-slab Connection Enhanced with Steel Fibre under Lateral Cyclic Load

  114. Iterative Visualization Processes in Architectural Design

  115. THE APPLICABILITY OF THE DESIGN STRUCTURE MATRIX (DSM) METHOD IN REPRESENTING AND PRESCRIBING THE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROCESS

  116. Conceptual Framework for the Development of a Web-Based System for Managing Suppliers' Performance

  117. ISOLATING FUNDAMENTALS DESIGN ELEMENT: COMPOSITE DRAWING REPRESENTATION THE CASE STUDY OF SERENITY HOUSE

  118. Investigation of Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity on S+WPSA Brick

  119. ROLE OF TARBELA DAM IN WATER REGULATION OF INDUS RIVER AND ITS EFFECTS

  120. Integration of Remote Sensing (RS), and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to evaluate the waste water quantity at downstream area of Al Roma Wadi

  121. A study of the importance of vernacular architecture in the formation of contemporary construction (Case study: Rural residential types of Guilan)

  122. Natural disasters mitigation measures in vernacular residential types of Guilan

  123. Effect of Lateritic Soils as an Aggregate Substitute on the Strength of Compressed Concrete Bricks

  124. Reinforced Concrete Wall Panel Using Crushed Concrete Waste Aggregate (CCwA)

  125. Performance of Concrete Containing Steel Slag Exposed To Sulphate Environment: A Comparison of Steel Slag and Natural Aggregate Use

  126. A Study of Heated Sand With Thermoluminescence: An Estimation of Thermal History in Building Materials

  127. Effect of Supplementary Cementitious Materials on Properties of Concrete

  128. Can water efficiency measures influence construction technology and ensure potable water sustainability?

  129. Household Toolkit for Water Efficiency in Existing Domestic Buildings

  130. Indoor Air Quality Impact on HVAC Costs

  131. Green Buildings: A Framework for Social Sustainability

  132. Key Sustainability Indicators for Infrastructure Systems: An Australian Perspective

  133. Perspective of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Korea and Malaysia Construction Industry

  134. A Comparative Study of Green Building Rating Systems

  135. Evaluating the Awareness Level of Green Office Users: A Case Study

  136. Cost Impact of GBI Criteria on Non-Residential Green Buildings in Malaysia

  137. Air-conditioning Energy Consumption Analysis in Malaysian Residential Building

  138. Preliminary Study on Construction Waste Management in Malaysia: A Qualitative Approach

  139. Materials Management in Construction Industry: Energy Requirements for Selected Materials

  140. RECYCLING OF WASTE (RICE HUSK AND QUARRY DUST) FOR BUILDING MATERIALS

  141. Green Campus Initiative: Introducing RWH System In Kolej Jati UiTM Malaysia

  142. Evaluating the Guidelines on Open Space: Making Neighborhoods Green

  143. 3RS INITIATIVE IN MALAYSIAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITY: A CASE STUDY OF GREEN TEAM, INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA

  144. Community Participation in Earthquake Reconstruction Program of Azad Kashmir

  145. Sustainable Infrastructure Re-construction Approaches for Flood Disaster Areas

  146. Encouraging Green Building in Pakistan

  147. The concept of ‘Sustainable Communities’ and its application in the United Kingdom’s Social Housing stock – is it successful?

  148. Knowledge transfer in construction project teams delivering sustainable office buildings in the UK and Germany

  149. Green Building Policy, School Performance, and Educational Leaders’ Perspectives in USA

  150. Risk Management in Real Estate Projects (Application on MENA Countries)

  151. Robust Value Management: An approach towards satisfying current and future end-users of a building

  152. Movement is the Cause and Being of All Life

  153. The Characteristics of Purpose Built Offices in Malaysia: A Review of Issues

  154. Summary Judgment in Malaysian Construction Contract

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