Frontiers in Engineering and Built Environment: Volume 3 Issue 3 , Open Access


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Assessment of barriers to the adoption of sustainable building materials (SBM) in the construction industry of a developing country

Emmanuel Chidiebere Eze, Onyinye Sofolahan, Olayinka Gideon Omoboye

Sustainable/Green building materials (SBMs/GBMs) offer a wide range of benefits which cut across the economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainability. The…


Students' perception of environmental sustainability (ES) exercises at higher education institutions (HEIs) in Bangladesh

Md. Nazmul Haque, Muhallil Abtahee, Afra Anika Islam, Md. Ashhab Sadiq

Environmental sustainability (ES) is a vital issue in recent times as higher education institutions (HEIs) are expected to have significant environmental impacts. This study aims…


State of university-industry collaboration in quantity surveying profession in Nigeria

Morufu Abolaji Alli, Joshua Oluwasuji Dada

University-industry collaboration (UIC) is a symbiosis relationship, brought about through knowledge and resource sharing, with the attendant benefits of innovation and…

Level of sub-contracting design responsibilities in design and construct civil engineering bridge projects

Robin de Graaf, Rens Pater, Hans Voordijk

In the construction industry, an under researched area of study is how main contractor (MC) sub-contract design responsibilities to sub-contractor (SC). This lack of knowledge is…

A historical review of sustainable construction in Nigeria: a decade of development and progression

Inimbom Walter Isang

Research studies related to sustainability and green building have made monumental contributions to the concept of sustainable construction (SC) in Nigeria. This paper therefore…

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