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EU - Europe1982
NA - North America1310
HKU - The University of Hong Kong1197
AF - Africa282
OC - Oceania160
SA - South America123
UND - Undefined126
CN - China6622
HK - Hong Kong1901
HKU - The University of Hong Kong1197
US - United States1196
GB - United Kingdom776
KR - Republic of Korea548
FR - France381
DE - Germany200
MY - Malaysia194
IN - India193
OTH - Others2116
Central District1248
The University of Hong Kong1197
The impact of urbanization on carbon emissions in developing countries: a Chinese study based on the U-Kaya method81
A computer-aided decision support system for assessing a contractor's competitiveness98
Estimating and calibrating the amount of building-related construction and demolition waste in urban China108
Smart gateway for bridging BIM and building45
Modeling building information modeling (BIM) as a learning tool for construction works: a HKHA study153
Rationality of setting evaluation indicators on the contribution of infrastructure to coordinated urban-rural development: results of statistical analysis on questionnaire survey37
Contractor key competitiveness indicators: A china study126
Out of Sight, Out of Mind: a Comparative Study of Public Bus Terminals as Civic Spaces85
A Regional and Provincial Productivity Analysis of the Chinese Construction Industry: 1995 to 201270
Prefabricated construction enabled by the Internet-of-Things184
How do top construction companies diversify in the international construction market?72
A derivative-free optimization-based approach for detecting architectural symmetries from 3D point clouds5
Construction Waste Management Policies and Their Effectiveness in Hong Kong: A Longitudinal Review122
Procurement innovation for public construction projects: a study of agent-construction system and public-private partnership in China138
Design for ‘X’, not for a high index: The proposition of an optimal level of prefabrication construction for different socio-economic technical contexts12
Exploring the Social Power in Project-Based Organizations: A Case Study of a HK Public Project1288
A cost–benefit analysis of construction and demolition waste management throughout the waste chain57
Investigating waste reduction potential in the upstream processes of offshore prefabrication construction101
Competitiveness in construction: A critical review of research146
A framework for understanding waste management studies in construction146
A Smart Construction Object (SCO)-Enabled Proactive Data Management System for Construction Equipment Management50
The effectiveness of DustBubbles on dust control in the process of concrete drilling86
The impact of green buildings accreditation on construction and demolition waste minimization: A study of Hong Kong Building Environment Assessment Method using big data.124
Demystifying construction project time-effort distribution curves: a BIM and non-BIM comparison77
The Agent-construction System for procuring mega projects in China109
Niche Comparisons: towards a new approach for analyzing competition and organizational performance in the international construction market56
SCO-enabled process reengineering of construction logistics and supply chain management26
Prefabrication production service for RFID-enabled Building Information Modeling (BIM) Platform (RBIMP)132
Diversification in the international construction business14
Critical assessment indicators for measuring benefits of rural infrastructure investment in China88
A model for cost-benefit analysis of construction and demolition waste management throughout the waste chain307
The S-curve for forecasting construction waste generation using big data34
Critical success factors for on-site sorting of construction waste: A china study161
Rethinking project management and exploring virtual design and construction as a potential solution134
Big data in construction management research: a little touch of its rhetoric, challenges, and future development35
A decade’s debate on the nexus between corporate social and corporate financial performance: a critical review of empirical studies 2002-2011171
Bridging the cyber and physical systems for better construction: a case study of construction machinery monitoring and utilization47
Measuring the Degree of Rural Victims’ Satisfaction with Concentrated Rural Settlement in Post-disaster Reconstruction in China: A Conceptual Model32
Big Data In Construction Waste Management: Prospects And Challenges40
Business model innovation for delivering zero carbon buildings53
Sharpening Competitive Edge through Procurement Innovation: Perspectives from Chinese International Construction Companies135
Benefit sharing for BIM implementation: Tackling the moral hazard dilemma in inter-firm cooperation91
Catalyzing sustainable urban transformations towards smarter, healthier cities through urban ecological infrastructure, regenerative development, eco towns and regional prosperity84
Construction waste management policies and their effectiveness in Hong Kong: A longitudinal review163
Analysis of the construction waste management performance in Hong Kong: the public and private sectors compared using big data185
A catallaxis framework of government land reclamation: the case of Hong Kong and Shenzhen92
Development of 3D Building Models Using Multi-Source Data: A Study of High-Density Urban Area in Hong Kong24
Computational Building Information Modelling for construction waste management: Moving from rhetoric to reality63
Smart Construction from Head to Toe: A Closed-Loop Lifecycle Management System Based on IoT22
Beyond the inert and non-inert dichotomy: towards 'building a zero waste Hong Kong'133
Cost-benefit analysis of Building Information Modeling implementation in building projects through demystification of time-effort distribution curves169
From i-Core to Big Data, to Smarter and More Sustainable Construction11
RFID-enabled Management System Adoption and Use in Construction: passing through the labyrinth with an Improved Technology Acceptance Model48
Measuring building information modelling maturity: A Hong Kong case study28
Developing an Open Access BIM Objects Library: A Hong Kong Study42
Benchmarking construction waste management performance using big data125
The evolution of construction waste sorting on-site93
Prospects and challenges of big data in construction waste management: A Hong Kong study79
Measuring competition degree of building maintenance market in Hong Kong: a conceptual model49
Research agenda of BIM in a real estate and construction department13
Demystifying the Time-Effort Distribution Curves in Construction Projects: A BIM and non-BIM Comparison161
Critical success factors for competitiveness of contractors: China study119
Disparity of willingness-to-pay and ought-to-pay for construction waste in Hong Kong: a conceptual model24
Why do smart construction systems fail? Pass through the labyrinth with an extended technology acceptance model15
An empirical investigation of construction and demolition waste generation rates in Shenzhen city, South China186
i-Core: Towards a customisable smart construction system for Hong Kong48
Re-examining contractor's BIM strategies: a case study57
A SCO-based tower crane system for prefabrication construction.81
HKU-HKHA International Conference 2013: Construction and Housing in the 21st Century: Conference Proceedings: 2nd-3rd May, 2013, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), People's Republic of China172
Internationalization of the Construction Industry80
An investigation of the latent barriers to BIM adoption and development.56
A preliminary study on the framework and technologies for bridging BIM and building50
BIM and big data for construction cost management44
Life-cycle assessment of economic and environmental benefits of green residential buildings7
Using bargaining-game theory for negotiating concession period for BOT-type contract205
Analysis on the evolution of low carbon city from process characteristic perspective27
Sharpen competitive edge through procurement innovation: perspectives from Chinese International Construction Companies59
Optimizing construction planning schedules by virtual prototyping enabled resource analysis86
Taxonomy and Deployment Framework for Emerging Pervasive Technologies in Construction Projects12
Study on analyzing questionnaire survey by Monte Carlo Simulation44
Towards the “third wave”: An SCO-enabled occupational health and safety management system for construction11
Generic model for measuring benefits of BIM as a learning tool in construction tasks188
Construction informatics - A regional report of Hong Kong18
The application scenarios of smart construction objects (SCOs) in construction60
The Heterogeneity of BIM Objects in Different Construction Contexts23
An SCO-enabled logistics and supply-chain management system in construction90
Construction waste generation rate (WGR) revisited: a big data approach45
An agent-based modelling framework for managing the complexity of ICT innovations in construction41
The interplay between formal and informal institutions in projects: A social network analysis38
Automatic building information model reconstruction in high-density urban areas: Augmenting multi-source data with architectural knowledge35
The Fusion of GIS and Building Information Modeling for Big Data Analytics in Managing Development Sites290
A Physical Internet-enabled Building Information Modelling System For Prefabricated Construction61
Corporate social responsibility localization in international construction business62
Moral hazard in Inter-Firm Cooperation: a study of Building Information Modelling Implementation57
Improving the competence of construction management consultants to underpin sustainable construction in China77
A Novel Approach for Demystifying the Time-Effort Distribution Curves in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Processes60
Off-site sorting of construction waste: what can we learn from Hong Kong?89
Procurement innovation: perspectives from Chinese international construction companies64
Estimating the Amount of Building-Related Construction and Demolition Waste in China51
The effects of green building on construction waste minimization: Triangulating ‘big data’ with ‘thick data’28
Measuring BIM's learning effect for construction works: a conceptual model81
Personalized walkability assessment for pedestrian paths: An as-built BIM approach using ubiquitous augmented reality (AR) smartphone and deep transfer learning23
The Optimal Strategy of Using BIM in Construction Management73
Bibliometric analysis of the construction education research from 1982 to 201717
Reliability of Engineering News-Record international construction data45
Big data analytics to identify illegal construction waste dumping: A Hong Kong study22
Linking radio-frequency identification to Building Information Modeling: Status quo, development trajectory and guidelines for practitioners45
Bridging BIM and Buildings: Scenarios, Conceptual Models, and Socio-Technical Challenges22
Enhancing housing production in Hong Kong through BIMatizing offshore prefabrication94
Naming Objects in BIM: A Convention and a Semiautomatic Approach99
The curvilinear relationship between corporate social performance and corporate financial performance: Evidence from the international construction industry50
Smart Construction Objects148
The dilemma of scope and scale for construction professional service firms55
Demystifying the time-effort distribution curves: Towards a model for measuring overall benefits of BIM implementation in architecture, engineering, and construction processes100
A BIM-Centred System for Buffer Management42
A framework of developing a big data platform for construction waste management: a Hong Kong study97
A cost-benefit analysis of green buildings with respect to construction waste minimization using big data in Hong Kong67
A discriminant model for measuring competition intensity of construction market58
Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate134
Identifying factors influencing demolition waste generation in Hong Kong132
Decoupling relationship between economic output and carbon emission in the Chinese construction industry11
Development of a Multifunctional BIM Maturity Model113
A computer-based scoring method for measuring the environmental performance of construction activities139
Critical Success Factors for Building Maintenance Business: A Hong Kong Case Study56
Improving social sustainability in construction: a conceptual framework based on social network analysis52
The paradoxical nexus between corporate social responsibility and sustainable financial performance: Evidence from the international construction business28
Construction Waste Management Profiles, Practices, and Performance: A Cross-Jurisdictional Analysis in Four Countries59
The nexus between construction and construction professional services: empirical evidence from the international market37
Smart construction objects (SCOs): An alternative way to smart construction20
3D point cloud data enabled facility management: A critical review12
Design for Manufacture and Assembly Oriented Design Approach to a Curtain Wall System: A Case Study of a Commercial Building in Wuhan, China10
Multiple-objective bidding strategy using goal programming technique201
A framework for Integrating Construction and Demolition Waste Management Studies111
Searching for an optimal level of prefabrication in construction: An analytical framework34
Does Beam Really Matter To Construction Waste Management? What Big Data Does And Does Not Tell.32
Synchronicity of global construction cost indexes25
Construction waste management in Hong Kong: facts, figures, and fantasies31
The impact of infrastructure investment to coordinated urban and rural development in China40
Corporate social responsibility disclosures in international construction business: trends and prospects73
Cross-boundary collaboration in waste management research: A network analysis12
Construction waste management in Hong Kong’s low carbon city development: 10 years, no change?79
Strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats analysis of chinese construction companies in the global market565
Understanding the effects of building information modelling on project-based organisations using a social network approach57
Mobilising Information, RFID, and BIM: A new paradigm4
The S-curve for forecasting waste generation in construction projects62
Virtuous nexus between corporate social performance and financial performance: a study of construction enterprises in China78
Do Clients Really Know What They Want About BIM? Clarifying BIM Specifications in Tendering1346
The applications of BIM in Hong Kong52
The paradoxical nexus between corporate social responsibility and financial performance in international construction business55
The Relationship between Infrastructure Investment and Coordinated Urban and Rural Development in China and its Significance: A Review30
BIMatizing prefabrication housing construction in Hong Kong: Contexts, frameworks, and challenges ahead97
Automatic Generation of Semantically Rich As-Built Building Information Models Using 2D Images: A Derivative-Free Optimization Approach27
Concentration in the international construction market80
Scenarios for applying big data in improving construction management: a review87
Nexus between contracting and construction professional service businesses: empirical evidence from the international market36
The interplay between formal and informal networks in construction projects53
From Urban Metabolism to Industrial Ecosystem Metabolism: A Study of Construction in Shanghai from 2004 to 201418
Developing Construction Professional Services in the International Market: A SWOT Analysis of China127
An optimization-based semantic building model generation method with a pilot case of a demolished construction75
Stakeholders' willingness to pay for enhanced construction waste management: a Hong Kong study107
Bridging BIM and building: From a literature review to an integrated conceptual framework207
Constructing a building information modelling (BIM) execution plan for quantity surveying practice16
Building Information Modeling (BIM): Prevailing Realities and Myths7
Scenarios for applying RFID technology in construction project management45
An extended theory of planned behavior to analyze construction workers’ safety behavior13