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Issue #24: Volume 11, Number 2

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Papers

by Ghosh, S. and Hamad, M.

Use of prefabrication in construction projects is increasing due to the benefits in cost, time, quality, and safety. However, utilizing prefabrication introduces uncertainties inherent with the supply chain of the process.

by Handayani, N. U., Wibowo, M. A., Rinawati, D. I., and Gabriella, T.

The concept of Green Supply Chain Management (GSCM) is attracting attention to the construction industry to minimise adverse environmental effects. However, its application is not common in developing countries like Indonesia.

by van Heerden, A., Chawynski, G. and Bartolo, J.

Retaining and replacing skilled professionals can be problematic within high-performance construction teams. The onus cascades upon fledgling, inexperienced individuals to embrace these high-stress responsibilities.

by Kan, F-K. and Khalid, A-G.

The Malaysian public sector is oversaturated with comprehensive procurement procedures.  These measures aim to deter unwarranted behaviours from public officers.

by Rehman, M.A. and Ishak, M.S.B.

Contractors have given importance to risks in the construction process as it causes time and cost overrun, delays, and total desertion in activities and events present in the construction project.

by Eze, E.C., Ugulu, R.A., Onyeagam, O.P. and Adegboyega, A.A.

The complexity and fragmented nature and the multiple stakeholders in the construction industry often make it difficult to come up with a firm decision regarding sustainable building materials selection.

Manuscript Submission

The International Journal of Construction Supply Chain Management  IJCSCM (ISSN 1179-0776) invites submissions for consideration in its issues. Please note that there is currently NO article processing/publication fee required for your submissions.

    Manuscripts must be written in English and submitted as a pdf document. The length must be between 3000 and 7000 words including references, typed on one side with single spacing. Papers should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 200 words. Authors should not identify themselves in any way in their initial submissions, as the IJCSCM follows a blind review process. Authors' names and affiliations will be included later in the accepted article (camera-ready) for publication.

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    Early submissions are encouraged and will be processed as they are received. Instructions for authors regarding manuscript preparation can be found in the GUIDELINES section.

    IJCSCM is transitioning to a new submission and journal management system. Therefore there are currently two links for manuscript submissions. One for new manuscripts submitted from 21st September 2020 onwards, and the other for re-submissions (i.e. if you have submitted previously to IJCSCM before 21st September 2020).

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    Sincerely,

    Assoc. Prof. James O. B. Rotimi
    The Chief Editor,

    International Journal of Construction Supply Chain Management

    School of Built Environment

    Massey University,

    Private Bag 102904, North Shore 0745, New Zealand.

    Tel: (64) 9 213 6329

    Email: editor.ijcscm@gmail.com

    Latest articles

    The complexity and fragmented nature and the multiple stakeholders in the construction industry often make it difficult to come up with a firm decision regarding sustainable building materials selection.

    Contractors have given importance to risks in the construction process as it causes time and cost overrun, delays, and total desertion in activities and events present in the construction project. The uncertainty in the completion time, cost, and quality during…

    Retaining and replacing skilled professionals can be problematic within high-performance construction teams. The onus cascades upon fledgling, inexperienced individuals to embrace these high-stress responsibilities. Previous studies have highlighted the influential…

    The Malaysian public sector is oversaturated with comprehensive procurement procedures.  These measures aim to deter unwarranted behaviours from public officers. Nevertheless, there have been recurring irregularities over the past decade in Malaysian local authorities, including work delays…