Structural Survey: Volume 29 Issue 1

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BIM adoption and implementation for architectural practices

Y. Arayici, P. Coates, L. Koskela, M. Kagioglou, C. Usher, K. O'Reilly

This paper aims to present a systematic approach for building information modelling (BIM) implementation for architectural SMEs at the organizational level

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The Bribery Act 2010: implications for building surveyors

Steve Donohoe

This paper aims to explore the Bribery Act 2010 and its likely implications for building surveyors. The paper also aims to report a small‐scale research project exploring whether…

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The development of a condition survey protocol matrix

Adi Ifran Che‐Ani, Azimin Samsul Mohd Tazilan, Kamarul Afizi Kosman

Building inspection is one of the key components of building maintenance. The primary purpose of performing a building inspection is to evaluate the building's condition. Without…

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The flexural strength of earth‐block masonry for sustainable walling

Colin Williams, Steve Goodhew, Richard Griffiths

The purpose of the paper is to explore the structural feasibility of substituting traditional thick joint mortars with earth slurry mortars modified with varying amounts of sand…

Fibre reinforced polymer and steel rebar comparative performance

Alan Richardson, Paula Drew

This paper aims to investigate the necessary requirements that a concrete reinforcement material must satisfy; namely the ability to resist tensile forces and have good bond…

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0263-080X

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1983 – 2016

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Emerald Publishing Limited