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Laing O'Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology

 
Procurement, construction and design process
Marriage counselling for the construction industry: what is subverting our aims to be more collaborative in the construction industry?. Pryor, J (2019)
Beyond design & build: use of a finance, design & construct model in the UK construction market. McFarland, G (2017)
Collaboration and interdependency: exploring the relationship between designers and contractors. Villa, A (2017)
Do collaborative approaches to procurement lead to improved project outcomes?. Mawbey, E (2017)
Early contractor involvement in the UK construction industry: a study of participant experiences and the implications for the future. Considine, C (2017)
Effective reporting of rework in the UK construction industry. Connolly, S (2017)
Selection of engineer, procure, construct (EPC) contracts for energy infrastructure using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). Green, R (2017)
Co-located design teams for major infrastructure projects in the UK:  An investigation into industry perceptions of current practice. Finnegan, S (2016)
Onsite design; can the UK improve communication between design and construction teams?. Edwards, M (2015)
Project cost impact of a hybrid Design-Build / Design-Bid-Build contractual scheme. Brihac, A (2014)
Shattering behavioural barriers to enable more successful outcomes for all within major infrastructure delivery. Tarrant, P (2014)
The buying game - Managing risk and opportunity during the procurement stage on large scale infrastructure projects. Beckwith, A (2014)
Can we lose a one horse race? Selecting a principal contractor by negotiation to improve construction project performance. Staehr, M (2013)
Improving collaborative working in construction to enable projects to be delivered successfully. Ahmed, A (2013)
The feasibility of Government soft landings in the English healthcare sector by 2016 – An industry perspective. O’Reilly, A (2013)