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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate, to construction professionals, the client benefits of archaeological building analysis. Design/methodology/approach – The principles of the technique are summarised, followed by a summary of the academic and legal contexts in which such...
Purpose – Activity‐suited buildings create effective processes in a business. Building adaptation has a limited time perspective; suited premises need to change over time, in order to keep up with the processes in using a building. In an ideal situation, owners, clients and users, based on a...
Purpose – This paper has three principal aims – to examine the development of international policy direction for sustainability in the built environment; to highlight the contribution that the legacy stock could make to the various sustainability targets through sustainable refurbishment; and to...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the challenges faced by occupants and fire fighters during evacuation and rescue operations in high‐rise buildings. Design/methodology/approach – The paper has analysed the published literature for the purpose of identifying and examining the...
Purpose – Traditional Lump Sum (TLS) methods have been the primary procurement method within Australia. Yet, their use is beginning to wane in states such as: Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria where Design and Construct, Construction Management and hybrids thereof have become the norm....
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