Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology

Category:

Built Environment

Table Of Contents: Volume 15 Issue 5

Architectural profession in India: perception towards service marketing

Ekta Singh, Devendra Pratap Singh

Spurred by the internationalization trend, many architectural professional bodies across the globe relaxed their norms related to the acceptance of promotion and marketing…

Rework in Malaysian building construction: impacts, causes and potential solutions

Jeffrey Boon Hui Yap, Pak Lian Low, Chen Wang

Rework is detrimental to project outcomes. However, there is still a lack of attention about rework within the Malaysian construction industry. The purpose of this paper…

Quantitative appraisal of cost and time performance of construction projects in public and private universities in Osun State, Nigeria

Nathaniel Ayinde Olatunde, Oluwaseyi Olalekan Alao

The purpose of this paper is to compare the cost and time performance of construction projects in public and private universities in Osun State, Nigeria.

Compact design strategies of cultural centres in South China

Wang Yang, Lin Misheng, Sun Lijun, Tang Hao, Ma Hongwei

The number of cultural centres in South China shows an increasing trend. However, there is still a lack of research of this public building type and its related design…

Students’ satisfaction with hostel accommodations in higher education institutions

Ayodeji Emmanuel Oke, Clinton Ohis Aigbavboa, Marcia M. Raphiri

There are several types of accommodation available to students of higher education institutions, and it is the responsibility of the institutions to focus on factors that…

Comparative process-based life-cycle assessment of bioconcrete and conventional concrete

Milad Soleimani, Mohsen Shahandashti

Bioconcrete is widely believed to be environmentally beneficial over conventional concrete. However, the process of bioconcrete production involves several steps, such as…

Identifying path-breaking transitions for Kenya’s marginalised communities in water and sanitation provision

Wairimu Maina, Andre van Graan

This paper aims to illustrate relationships between stakeholders in the conceptualisation and implementation of water and sanitation services (WSS) projects in…

Rethinking the challenges to the pricing of projects in the Ghanaian construction industry

Ernest Kissi, Divine Kwaku Ahadzie, Theophilus Adjei-Kumi, Edward Badu

The aim of the paper is to examine the challenges to the pricing of construction projects in the Ghanaian industry. This remains a persistent problem among construction…

ISSN:

1726-0531

Online date, start – end:

2003

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Prof. Theo Haupt