Structural Survey: Volume 27 Issue 2


Table of contents

Bills of Quantities: nemesis or nirvana?

Peter R. Davis, Peter E.D. Love, David Baccarini

Traditional Lump Sum (TLS) methods have been the primary procurement method within Australia. Yet, their use is beginning to wane in states such as: Queensland, New South Wales…


On the challenges of evacuation and rescue operations in high‐rise buildings

Mohammad A. Hassanain

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the challenges faced by occupants and fire fighters during evacuation and rescue operations in high‐rise buildings.


Building palaeopathology: practical applications of archaeological building analysis

Michael Heaton

The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate, to construction professionals, the client benefits of archaeological building analysis.


Factors influencing flexibility in buildings

Niklas Israelsson, Bengt Hansson

Activity‐suited buildings create effective processes in a business. Building adaptation has a limited time perspective; suited premises need to change over time, in order to keep…


Sustainable refurbishment: policy direction and support in the UK

John Mansfield

This paper has three principal aims – to examine the development of international policy direction for sustainability in the built environment; to highlight the contribution that…




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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited