Built Environment Project and Asset Management: Volume 6 Issue 2


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Towards supply chain maturity in construction

Rafaella Dana Broft, Sulafa Badi, Stephen Pryke

Several studies have underlined the potential of Supply Chain Management (SCM) in meeting the formidable challenges associated with fragmentation, adversarial relationships and…


Activating the adoption of innovation: lessons from a passive house network

Erwin Mlecnik

The paper aims to explore innovation adoption theory and to define a model to investigate operational activities and communication in innovation networks that can stimulate both…

Cultural competence - a success factor in NGO projects?

Jorunn Marie Dale, Mohammed Dulaimi

This research aim is to investigate the impact of cultural competence on the ability of project managers to lead international development projects successfully.

Designing a whole-life building cost index in Singapore

Bee Hua GOH

The study investigates the whole-life costs of non-residential green-rated building developments in Singapore to derive useful information for research and practice. When industry…

Integrating sustainability concepts and value planning for sustainable construction

Gayani Karunasena, Uthpala Rathnayake, Dushan Senarathne

Sustainable Construction (SC) is a vital requirement to safeguard the world for future generations. However, there are several potential barriers such as initial costs of…


TBPE scoring framework for tropical buildings

Sabrina Fathima Nazeer, Nayanthara De Silva

To determine how well the facilities are performing in order to support the organizational goals and user requirement it is very vital to conduct regular building evaluations…

Corporate social responsibility in construction industry: a comparative study between UK and Turkey

Dilek Ulutaş Duman, Heyecan Giritli, Peter McDermott

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) has evolved to an important agenda for many industries and its scope has been widened from the responsible business to strategic decisions…


Adaptable buildings for sustainable built environment

Anupa Manewa, Mohan Siriwardena, Andrew Ross, Upeksha Madanayake

The purpose of this paper is to explore the ability of ‘adaptable buildings’ to respond to future potential built environment changes in sustainable way.

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