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A cost-effective recycled aggregates classification procedure for construction and demolition waste evaluation (2022)
Journal Article
Ferriz-Papi, J., Weekes, E., Whitehead, N., & Lee, A. (2022). A cost-effective recycled aggregates classification procedure for construction and demolition waste evaluation. Construction and Building Materials, 324, 126642. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.conbuildmat.2022.126642

Current procedures for characterization of recycled aggregates from construction and demolition waste can be time-consuming and costly, and hinder a greater breadth of re-use application. A multi-level Aggregate Potential (Physical) (AP(P)) scale i... Read More about A cost-effective recycled aggregates classification procedure for construction and demolition waste evaluation.

Construction waste minimization : a narrative review (2021)
Journal Article
Alhawamdeh, M., & Lee, A. (2021). Construction waste minimization : a narrative review. International Journal of Environmental Sustainability, 18(1), https://doi.org/10.18848/2325-1077/CGP/v18i01/1-33

Colossal growth of construction waste (CW) generation worldwide, and its consequential environmental and economic impact, has ensured that construction waste minimization (CWM) practice is critical. Notably, the largest proportion of waste generation... Read More about Construction waste minimization : a narrative review.

A behavioral framework for construction waste minimization : the case of Jordan (2021)
Journal Article
Alhawamdeh, M., & Lee, A. (2021). A behavioral framework for construction waste minimization : the case of Jordan. International Journal of Environmental Sustainability, 17(2), 9-32. https://doi.org/10.18848/2325-1077/CGP/v17i02/9-32

Construction waste (CW) accounts for approximately 36 percent of the total solid waste received at landfill sites around the world and, therefore, presents a significant challenge to the sustainability of the construction industry, the country’s ec... Read More about A behavioral framework for construction waste minimization : the case of Jordan.

Stakeholder preference mapping : the case for built heritage of Georgetown, Malaysia (2021)
Journal Article
Georgetown, Malaysia. Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustainable Development, 11(2), https://doi.org/10.1108/JCHMSD-08-2020-0114

Purpose While there is an established body of literature that discusses the importance of stakeholder management, and also the need for involvement of all stakeholders so that all values of a heritage site can be captured in a heritage management... Read More about Stakeholder preference mapping : the case for built heritage of Georgetown, Malaysia.

Examination of the relationship between organisational and facility management strategy and value added (2020)
Thesis
Karamitsos, I. Examination of the relationship between organisational and facility management strategy and value added. (Thesis). University of Salford

Facility Management (FM) is a profession in which facility managers are employed to manage a diverse set of services, personnel, and built environments to accomplish organisational goals. The findings of this study showed that many organisations are... Read More about Examination of the relationship between organisational and facility management strategy and value added.

Testing the nexus between C&D waste management strategies & GHG emission performances : the case of UK student accommodation refurbishment projects (2020)
Journal Article
Lou, E., Lee, A., Welfle, A., & Abdullahi, A. (2021). Testing the nexus between C&D waste management strategies & GHG emission performances : the case of UK student accommodation refurbishment projects. Journal of Building Engineering, 34, 101812. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jobe.2020.101812

All governments, industry sectors and societies each have a pivotal role to play if we are to mitigate anthropogenic climate change. For the construction industry, limiting emissions and addressing issues of sustainability is not just important for r... Read More about Testing the nexus between C&D waste management strategies & GHG emission performances : the case of UK student accommodation refurbishment projects.

An interpretivist approach for the development of a behavioural framework to support the adoption of waste minimisation behaviour of contractors : the case study of Jordan (2020)
Thesis
Alhawamdeh, M. An interpretivist approach for the development of a behavioural framework to support the adoption of waste minimisation behaviour of contractors : the case study of Jordan. (Thesis). University of Salford

In recent decades, with the rapid development of urbanisation and the acceleration of construction, renovation and demolition activities worldwide, enormous volumes of construction waste (CW) have been generated at a colossal rate. CW accounts for ap... Read More about An interpretivist approach for the development of a behavioural framework to support the adoption of waste minimisation behaviour of contractors : the case study of Jordan.

Critical success factors for implementing ISO 9001 in UK construction projects (2020)
Thesis
Aburas, M. Critical success factors for implementing ISO 9001 in UK construction projects. (Thesis). University of Salford

Numerous challenges face construction companies in today's competitive market, including the complex and contractually varied relationships of those involved; the nature of construction projects producing unique, non-repetitive outcomes; the lack of... Read More about Critical success factors for implementing ISO 9001 in UK construction projects.

A critical review of fragmentation issues in the construction industry (2020)
Journal Article
Riazi, S., Zainuddin, M., Nawi, M., Musa, S., & Lee, A. (2020). A critical review of fragmentation issues in the construction industry. Talent development & excellence (Internet), 12(2), 1510-1521

The construction industry has generally been regarded as one of the least productive sectors worldwide, with issues ranging from the more common problems, such as delays and cost overruns, to more inter-connected and complex, such as conflicts, safet... Read More about A critical review of fragmentation issues in the construction industry.

Sustainable built asset management performance indicators and attributes : a UK social housing case study example (2020)
Journal Article
Cooper, J., Lee, A., & Jones, K. (2020). Sustainable built asset management performance indicators and attributes : a UK social housing case study example. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, 38(3), 508-522. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJBPA-08-2019-0069

This paper aims to identify key performance indicators (KPI), and their corresponding attributes, required to successfully manage asset management sustainably in a built environment context. Improving the sustainability of existing housing stock is... Read More about Sustainable built asset management performance indicators and attributes : a UK social housing case study example.

14th International Postgraduate Research Conference 2019 Book of Abstracts 16-17 December 2019 (2020)
Book
(2020). A. Marshall-Ponting, Y. Ji, K. Keraminiyage, A. Lee, T. Poppelreuter, W. Swan, …E. van-Dijk (Eds.), 14th International Postgraduate Research Conference 2019 Book of Abstracts 16-17 December 2019. Salford: University of Salford

This Book of Abstracts provides a flavour of the various papers and presentations that have been contributed to the conference by the postgraduate delegates, covering the areas of Business, Economics and Finance; Property and Project Management; ICT,... Read More about 14th International Postgraduate Research Conference 2019 Book of Abstracts 16-17 December 2019.

Conference proceedings of the 14th International Postgraduate Research Conference 2019 : contemporary and future directions in the Built Environment (2019)
Book
(2019). A. Marshall-Ponting, Y. Ji, K. Keraminiyage, A. Lee, T. Poppelreuter, W. Swan, …H. van Dijk (Eds.), Conference proceedings of the 14th International Postgraduate Research Conference 2019 : contemporary and future directions in the Built Environment. Salford: University of Salford

Conference Proceedings of the 14th International Postgraduate Research Conference 2019: Contemporary and Future Directions in the Built Environment

Dynamic thermal simulation of advanced natural ventilation in buildings : current and future usage, UK exemplar (2019)
Journal Article
Ji, Y., Lee, A., & Fernando, T. (2020). Dynamic thermal simulation of advanced natural ventilation in buildings : current and future usage, UK exemplar. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 16(4), 293-309. https://doi.org/10.1080/17452007.2019.1693334

This paper evaluates the use of advanced natural ventilation (ANV) strategies in a range of climatic conditions from four cities in the UK. A prototype ANV system was proposed to determine the most effective case in mitigating overheating. The case w... Read More about Dynamic thermal simulation of advanced natural ventilation in buildings : current and future usage, UK exemplar.

Dementia-friendly heritage settings : a research review (2019)
Journal Article
Sharma, M., & Lee, A. (2020). Dementia-friendly heritage settings : a research review. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, 38(2), 279-310. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJBPA-01-2019-0005

Purpose Preserving our built heritage from the onslaught of weather, pollution, development and the effects of tourism is a complex endeavour. Appended to this is the need to ensure that heritage buildings are inclusive to all users. Thus, built h... Read More about Dementia-friendly heritage settings : a research review.

A practical study on reducing CO2 density in educational buildings in North-East China (2019)
Journal Article
Fu, C., & Lee, A. (2019). A practical study on reducing CO2 density in educational buildings in North-East China. Journal of Construction Research, 1(1), 10-18. https://doi.org/10.30564/jcr.v1i1.589

Indoor air quality is a major contributor to the quality of people’s lives. Notwithstanding pollutants that are becoming increasingly prevalent from new building materials, furnishings and consumer products, CO2 density in educational buildings has b... Read More about A practical study on reducing CO2 density in educational buildings in North-East China.

E-readiness in construction (ERiC) : self-assessment framework for UK small and medium enterprise building services providers (2019)
Journal Article
Lou, E., Lee, A., & Goulding, J. (2019). E-readiness in construction (ERiC) : self-assessment framework for UK small and medium enterprise building services providers. Architectural Engineering and Design Management, 16(1), 3-22. https://doi.org/10.1080/17452007.2019.1617669

The construction industry’s ability to innovate in order to improve its practices has been widely debated. As organisations in other sectors globally are addressing technology challenges, is the UK construction industry e-ready? Of particular concern... Read More about E-readiness in construction (ERiC) : self-assessment framework for UK small and medium enterprise building services providers.

Retrofit modelling of existing dwellings in the UK : the Salford Energy House case study (2019)
Journal Article
Ji, Y., Lee, A., & Swan, W. (2019). Retrofit modelling of existing dwellings in the UK : the Salford Energy House case study. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation, 37(3), 344-360. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJBPA-12-2018-0106

There is a clear consensus that improving energy efficiency of existing housing stock is necessary to meet the UK’s legally binding carbon emission targets by 2050. The aim of this research is to assess the energy saving potentials from building re... Read More about Retrofit modelling of existing dwellings in the UK : the Salford Energy House case study.

Building dynamic thermal model calibration using the Energy House facility at Salford (2019)
Journal Article
Ji, Y., Lee, A., & Swan, W. (2019). Building dynamic thermal model calibration using the Energy House facility at Salford. Energy and Buildings, 191(May 19), 224-234. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.enbuild.2019.03.001

Thermal modelling tools have widely been used in the construction industry at the design stage, either for new build or retrofitting existing buildings, providing data for informed decision-making. The accuracy of thermal models has been subject of m... Read More about Building dynamic thermal model calibration using the Energy House facility at Salford.

A cause of communication failure in managing industrialized building system (IBS) projects : a perspective view from project managers (2018)
Journal Article
Pozin, M., Nawi, M., Lee, A., Yaakob, M., & Hanafi, M. (2018). A cause of communication failure in managing industrialized building system (IBS) projects : a perspective view from project managers. International Journal of Technology, 9(8), 1523-1532. https://doi.org/10.14716/ijtech.v9i8.2750

An effective communication process is an important element in distributing information to various project teams. The previous study demonstrates the importance of communication in the project management process in order to encourage project delivery... Read More about A cause of communication failure in managing industrialized building system (IBS) projects : a perspective view from project managers.

Is the concept of waste universal? Handling building demolition by-products in the city of Kano, Nigeria (2018)
Journal Article
Abdullahi, A., & Lee, A. (2018). Is the concept of waste universal? Handling building demolition by-products in the city of Kano, Nigeria. Journal of construction project management and innovation, 8(1), 1779-1788

While old and new studies such as the works of Henry Lewis Morgan in 1871 on kinship and Geert Hofstede in 1980 on management theories show that what works in one cultural setting may not work in another, the United Nation policies on environmental g... Read More about Is the concept of waste universal? Handling building demolition by-products in the city of Kano, Nigeria.