Structural Survey: Volume 30 Issue 5


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Analysing sustainable retrofit potential in premium office buildings

Sara Wilkinson

The built environment has high potential to reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions and with around 1‐2 per cent of new buildings added to the total stock annually, the scope for…


Research on the computational model for carbon emissions in building construction stage based on BIM

B. Li, F.F. Fu, H. Zhong, H.B. Luo

The purpose of the paper is to marshal the carbon sources, and explore a computational model to calculate the buildings’ carbon emissions by using building information modeling…


4Es and 4 Poles model of sustainability: Redefining sustainability in the built environment

George Agyekum‐Mensah, Andrew Knight, Christopher Coffey

The paper is conceptual in nature and explores the role and function of project management in the achievement of sustainability in the built environment by developing a 4Es…


Insights of architects’ knowledge of the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) in relation to low carbon housing design and delivery in the UK

Abiola Baba, Lamine Mahdjoubi, Paul Olomolaiye, Colin Booth

The purpose of the paper is to report research conducted to explore the insights of UK architects on the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH) in relation to low carbon housing design…


Calculation methods for a complete air conditioning study: Case study of an industrial installation

Charisis G. Vrellas, Theoklitos S. Karakatsanis

The purpose of this paper is to describe and categorize calculation methods for conducting a complete air conditioning study. More specifically, this paper is a general review of…




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