Frontiers in Engineering and Built Environment: Volume 2 Issue 2 , Open Access


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Impact of Covid-19 on the built environment

M. Mahima, R. Shanthi Priya, Prashanthini Rajagopal, C. Pradeepa

This literature review paper aims to discuss the impacts and measures taken on Covid-19 with respect to architecture, built form and its allied fields along with observations from…


Analysis of the poor-quality in building elements: providers' perspectives

AbdulLateef Olanrewaju, Hui Jing Alice Lee

Poor quality in building projects is high and increasing. Poor quality can increase the cost of a building by up to more than 50% and can delay a project by up to 50%. This…


Inland vessels emission inventory: distribution and emission characteristics in the Red River, Hanoi, Vietnam

Dat Nguyen, Anh Le Hoang, Minh Anh Nguyen Vu, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Tram Anh Pham

Shipping is a major source of air pollution, causing severe impacts on the environment and human health, greatly contributing to the creation of greenhouse gases and influencing…

Impacts of COVID-19 outbreaks on the lower-income groups and attainments of SDGs: a study of the fast-growing commercial capital city, Chittagong, Bangladesh

Md. Abdul Fattah, Syed Riad Morshed, Md. Mojammel Hoque, Md. Fazle Rabbi, Irin Akter Dola

The emergence of COVID-19 and its spread led to severe social, economic and livelihood impacts around the world. This study documented the socioeconomic impacts of COVID-19…


Organisational learning from failure and the needs-based hierarchy of project-based organisations

Danstan Bwalya Chiponde, Barry Gledson, David Greenwood

In his 1943 paper “A Theory of Human Motivation”, Maslow suggested the “Hierarchy of Needs” as a classification system that described the stimuli for human behaviour. Presently…

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  • Dr Mohammed Khaloofah Mola Al Mesfer
  • Dr Javed Mallick Abdul