Performance and Improvement of Green Construction Projects

  • ID: 4455070
  • Book
  • 358 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Performance and Improvement of Green Construction Projects: Management Strategies and Innovations expertly explains the specific characteristics and management approaches of green construction projects using in-depth examples that compare presented tactics to conventional construction projects. The book provides a holistic view on management strategies and innovations, focusing on the assessment and improvement of green construction projects and how to manage performance with respect to cost, scheduling, quality, safety, risk, productivity and leadership development.

  • Addresses performance improvement and project management in green construction projects, covering cost, scheduling, safety, quality, risk, productivity and leadership
  • Clearly explains the obstacles, challenges and barriers to implementing green construction projects
  • Discusses special issues that are inherent in green construction projects, from inception to delivery

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Chapter 1 Introduction 
Chapter 2 Background 
Chapter 4 Green Building Rating Systems: Practices and Research Efforts 
Chapter 5 Obstacles and Solutions for Green Construction Projects 
Chapter 6 Knowledge Areas and Skills for Green Construction Project Management 
Chapter 7 Green Construction Project Financing: Policies, Practices, and Research Efforts 
Chapter 8 Cost Premium, Performance and Improvement of Green Construction Projects 
Chapter 9 Schedule Performance and Improvement of Green Construction Projects 
Chapter 10 Safety Performance and Improvement of Green Construction Projects 
Chapter 11 Rework Performance and Improvement of Green Construction Projects
Chapter 12 Productivity Performance and Improvement of Green Construction Projects 
Chapter 13 Risk Assessment and Mitigation Measures for Green Construction Projects 
Chapter 14 Risk Management for Green Retrofit, Residential and Commercial Construction Projects 
Chapter 15 Leadership Development in Green Construction Projects 
Chapter 16 Conclusions and Recommendations
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Bon-Gang, Hwang
Hwang Bon-Gang is an Associate Professor at Department of Building, National University of Singapore. He has published over 30 research articles related to strategic and innovative management of green construction projects.
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