Sustainable Construction Engineering and Management
Zavadskas, Edmundas Kazimieras (editor)
Antuchevičienė, Jurgita (editor)
Hosseini, M. Reza (editor)
Martek, Igor (editor)
This Book is a Printed Edition of the Special Issue which covers sustainability as an emerging requirement in the fields of construction management, project management and engineering. We invited authors to submit their theoretical or experimental research articles that address the challenges and opportunities for sustainable construction in all its facets, including technical topics and specific operational or procedural solutions, as well as strategic approaches aimed at the project, company or industry level. Central to developments are smart technologies and sophisticated decision-making mechanisms that augment sustainable outcomes. The Special Issue was received with great interest by the research community and attracted a high number of submissions. The selection process sought to balance the inclusion of a broad representative spread of topics against research quality, with editors and reviewers settling on thirty-three articles for publication. The Editors invite all participating researchers and those interested in sustainable construction engineering and management to read the summary of the Special Issue and of course to access the full-text articles provided in the Book for deeper analyses.
Keywordsbuilding information modeling; project owner; attitude; behavior; technology acceptance model; BIM; information model; bridge; maintenance; management system; Public–private partnership (PPP); risk identification; risk relationship; triangular fuzzy number; ISM; MICMAC; data collection system; worker’s smartphone; concrete temperature monitoring; high-rise building construction; sustainable roles; LEED; contractors; Vietnam; bridge deterioration; prediction model; semi-Markov process; Weibull-distribution; condition rating; sustainable construction project management (SCPM); sustainable performance evaluation; set pair analysis; informatization; greenization; Guangzhou metro; China; time management; delay management; mitigation strategy; owner perspective; contractor perspective; power construction project; Tanzania; knowledge transfer; safety behavior; safety management; construction site; structural equation modeling (SEM); building information modeling (BIM); building performance assessment (BPA); key performance indicators (KPIs); facility management (FM); operation and maintenance (O& M); operating room (OR); defects liability period; risk matrix; residential buildings; loss distribution approach; decision tree; analytic hierarchy process; dynamic programming; sustainable investment; project participants’ behaviour; roof installation projects; modular construction; rework; integrated design process; dependency structure matrix (DSM); process optimization; sustainability; green building; delay sources; risk management; random forest-genetic algorithm; computer aid; construction project; bridge construction; risk analysis; loss assessment model; third-party damage; insurance; sensitivity analysis; uncertainty modelling; load action; resistance; limit states; stochastic simulation; failure probability; structural reliability; correlations; linguistic action indicators; last planner system; linguistic action perspective; resource-dependent activity relationship; scheduling; scheduling software; Microsoft Excel Visual Basic for Applications (MS Excel VBA); rework causes; SWARA method; time; project success; building projects; sustainable construction; value management; exploratory factor analysis; construction management; green building materials (GBMs); building industry; Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); construction industry; MCDM; COPRAS method; real case study; enterprise competitiveness; organizational flexibility; organizational innovation; modernization of construction industry; structural equation modeling; natural language processing; construction data management; machine learning; thermal insulation; multi criteria analysis; SALSA; buildings; Renovation Wave; sustainable highway construction; sustainability indicators; triangular intuitionistic fuzzy; multi-criteria decision-making; entropy measure; risk attitudes; organizational learning; fly ash; geopolymer; environment; sustainable; construction; public private partnership; critical success factors; fuzzy synthetic evaluation; project governance; maintenance, repair, and rehabilitation (MR& R); inspection; optimization; infrastructure; decision making; life cycle assessment; materials; greenhouse; digital transformation; digital technology; strategy; change management; project assessment; sustainability criteria; construction projects; decision robustness; risk process; project management; IDEF0; risk system implementation; design; smart technologies; decision-making methods
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues