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  1. Management of environmental risks in highway construction projects in Sri Lanka
  2. Integrating Circular Economy Principles in Modular Construction to Enhance Sustainability
  3. Roles and competencies of quantity surveyors in achieving a circular built environment: an investigation according to 3R principles
  4. Employing criteria scoring matrix in appraising the economic return of transcending to a circular built environment
  5. Critical Analysis of Lean Construction Maturity Models: A Systematic Literature Review
  6. Application of subcontracting as a quality improvement tool for building constructions in Sri Lanka
  7. Adaptability of enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems for cost management of building construction projects in Sri Lanka
  8. Examining the potential use of augmented reality in construction cost management tools and techniques
  9. Implementing enterprise resource planning for lean waste minimisation: challenges and proposed strategies
  10. Application of computer vision for construction progress monitoring: a qualitative investigation
  11. Key performance indicators of aggregate base course waste management during the construction phase of a road project from the contractor’s perspective
  12. Management of external stakeholders' influences in donor-funded irrigation infrastructure projects in Sri Lanka
  13. Financial and economic risk management in coastal land reclamation projects
  14. Managing intragroup conflicts within project design teams during pre-contract stage that effect the project deliverables in Sri Lanka
  15. Risk management in guaranteed maximum price (GMP) contracts
  16. The impact of building morphology factors on the cost and aesthetical appearance of urban detached residential buildings in Sri Lanka
  17. Application of Soft Landings concept in Sri Lanka to narrow the building performance gap, enablers and barriers
  18. A roadmap for business model adaptation in the construction industry: a structured review of business model research
  19. Life management of the quantity surveyors working for contractors at sites: female vs male
  20. Procurement management in the foreign-funded construction projects implemented in Sri Lanka
  21. A framework for aggregate base course waste control in road construction projects
  22. Quality Circles: An Approach to Determine the Job Satisfaction of Construction Employees
  23. Alterations’ impacts on sustainability of low-cost housing schemes in Sri Lanka: the occupants’ perspective
  24. On-site renewable energy for industrial buildings in Sri Lanka: a life-cycle cost analysis
  25. Defining a ‘business model’ in the construction context
  26. Use of total quality management to enhance the quality of design and build projects
  27. A framework for the better integration of the crucial economic factors of Sri Lankan urban renewal projects
  28. Potential use of Augmented Reality in pre-contract design communication in construction projects
  29. Streamlining the management of payment delays: the case of Sri Lankan Government building construction projects
  30. Management of variations in the public-sector building construction projects in Sri Lanka
  31. A “knowledge value chain” framework for contractor organisations to maximise chances of winning tenders
  32. Contractor’s Perspective on Key Performance Indicators of Cost Control in Asian, Middle Eastern, and European Construction Projects
  33. Employee welfare and job satisfaction in the Sri Lankan hotel industry
  34. Development of Core Competencies of Construction Managers: The Effect of Training and Education
  35. Appropriateness of soft landings concept for avoiding malpractices in Sri Lankan building projects
  36. Competencies Expected from an Information Manager Working in BIM Based Projects
  37. A framework of an integrated sustainability and value engineering concepts for construction projects
  38. Enhancing the quality of bid evaluation in government refurbishment projects
  39. Diversification of professional quantity surveyors’ roles in the construction industry: the skills and competencies required
  40. Managing financial and economic risks associated with high-rise apartment building construction in Sri Lanka
  41. Adopting Environmentally Sustainable Practices in Interior Design in Sri Lanka
  42. Significance of whole life embodied energy and embodied carbon of wall materials compared to their initial/maintenance costs
  43. Facilities Management Roles in the Hotel Industry: The Skills and Competencies Required
  44. Occupant perceptions on the thermal comfort guidelines in air-conditioned offices in Colombo, Sri Lanka
  45. Work-life balance of Quantity Surveying Professionals.
  46. Post-tensioned concreting: its suitability for and acceptability in Sri Lanka
  47. Exploring a shared comprehension between judicial approaches and scholar views pertaining to concurrent delays
  48. Outsourcing quantity surveying services
  49. Adaptability of the shared workspace concept, for office buildings in Sri Lanka
  50. Adaptive reuse of buildings: the case of Sri Lanka
  51. Improving the efficacy of delay notification process of construction projects in Sri Lanka
  52. Significant factors influencing the bid mark-up decision of infrastructure projects in Sri Lanka
  53. A study on variation-specific disputes that arise in road projects in Sri Lanka: a qualitative approach
  54. Suitability of public-private-partnership procurement method for road projects in Sri Lanka
  55. Built environment sustainability: what’s new and what’s next?
  56. Key performance indicators of value management in the Sri Lankan construction industry
  57. Competencies of the quantity surveyor in performing for sustainable construction
  58. Competencies expected of graduate quantity surveyors working in developing countries
  59. Impact of interest rates of bank loans on road construction: the case of Sri Lanka
  60. Impact of Differing Site Conditions on Construction Projects
  61. Embodied Carbon and Cost Analysis to Identify the Most Appropriate Wall Materials for Buildings: Whole Life Cycle Approach
  62. A Water Management System for Reducing Non-Revenue Water in Potable Water Lines: The Case of Sri Lanka
  63. Mitigation of Hospital Acquired Infections in Developing Countries through the Provision of a Better IAQ
  64. A framework for adopting green leasing in developing countries: the case of Sri Lanka
  65. Managing the financial risks affecting construction contractors: implementing hedging in Sri Lanka
  66. Appropriate delay analysis techniques to analyse delays in road construction projects in Sri Lanka
  67. A framework to select the most suitable delay analysis technique for building construction through a consideration of utility factors
  68. Determinants of operational and maintenance costs of condominiums
  69. Provision of facilities management services in Sri Lankan commercial organisations
  70. Factors influencing procurement adoption in construction: Building vs infrastructure projects
  71. Selection of Nominated Subcontractors in commercial building construction in Sri Lanka
  72. Identification and assessment risks in maintenance operations
  73. Enhancing the effectiveness of risk management practices in Sri Lankan road construction projects: A Delphi approach
  74. Use of insurance in managing construction risks: Evaluation of Contractors’ All Risks( CAR) insurance policy
  75. Risk management in road construction: The case of Sri Lanka