Dissertations: 2013-2005. Year Student Name Dissertation Title 2013 Alegre Perfecto, V. Contribution of rural businesses based on non-wood forest products to the promotion of sustainable livelihoods in the local communities around Zomba, Malosa and Liwonde Forest Reserves, Malawi 2013 Astudillo, P.
Sustainability in construction ABSTRACT The purpose of the thesis was to explore sustainability in construction. ”BS Project” is an architectural company that is working on a project of a multistory house, located in Sofia, Bulgaria. The investor wants the future building to be sustainable and to be certified as a passive house by PHI.
Construction management is hence a very relevant and developing discipline as are dissertation topics on construction project management. Construction management dissertation topics are related to multiple sectors and encompass different viewpoints ranging from physical labour inputs to mechanization as well implications of these viewpoints on outcomes of the construction projects.
COST EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINABLE PRACTICES FOR PILING CONSTRUCTION IN THE UAE by V.K. SARAVANAN Registration Number: 091612227 A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of MSc Quantity Surveying Dissertation Supervisor: Mr. Mohammed Azharuddin School of Built Environment Heriot-Watt University August 2011.
Sustainable construction has not received sufficient attention in Africa even though it is an important aspect of sustainable development. This paper draws on common problems facing African countries in terms of sustainable construction. The conflict between theory and practice is highlighted as is the misconception of.
Sustainable Development in the Construction Industry Sustainable provisions in construction contracts Introduction 1. During today’s seminar, you will have heard wide-ranging discussions about what sustainability means and how sustainability and environmental concepts are being adopted within the construction industry. The purpose.
Construction Management refers either to the study and practice of the managerial and technological aspects of the construction industry (including construction, construction science, construction management, and construction technology) or to a business model where one party to a construction contract serves as a construction consultant, providing both design and construction advice.
Kingston has a reputation for research excellence in sustainable concrete construction. This course is fully compatible with the Government and Foresight Strategy on Sustainable Construction. Sustainability is a key issue; this course offers specialised knowledge and skills that will enhance your employability.