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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.