Structural Survey: Volume 22 Issue 5

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Flexible learning in construction education: a building pathology case study

P.E. Murray, S. Donohoe, S. Goodhew

This study draws on the experiences of a consortium of UK universities seeking to enhance the quality of undergraduate building education. Their initiative called, student‐centred…

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The standardisation of construction snagging

James Sommerville, Nigel Craig, Sarah Bowden

Construction projects have become larger and more complex and yet still maintain a high drive for quality. As a result of this increase in size and complexity, the quantities of…

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Building defects diagnosis by infrared thermography

Tommy Y. Lo, K.T.W. Choi

The application of infrared thermography has provided a reliable and accurate assessment method for the inspection of buildings and structures. The principle of the infrared…

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Modelling of owner‐occupiers' perception of small‐scale maintenance builders' performance – part II

Joseph Kangwa, Femi Olubodun

This paper sets out to explore and detect underlying causes to increasing uncertainty and lack of transparency in the home maintenance sector. The study gives an account of…

Techniques for environmental control and structural integrity of buildings in ancient China

Low Sui Pheng

China is among one of the oldest civilizations in the world. The massive land mass of China also means that the Chinese people are subject to weather extremes as well as…

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0263-080X

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited