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Laing O'Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering and Technology

Skills, knowledge transfer and productivity
Barriers to innovation in the UK construction industry. A case study of exoskeletons to boost productivity in the specialised trades. Allan, B (2019)
Innovation capability of the UK infrastructure sector supply chain. Dunne, S (2019)
The comparison of learning curves in different methods of construction. Dowling, M (2019)
The future of the bridge designer profession. How the profession may change in the next 15 to 20 years in the era of automation and artificial intelligence. Tabet, L (2019)
Understanding how 3D vs 2D design information influences skilled operatives' productivity through a series of field trials. Corlett, B (2019)
Virtual teams: Effective leadership attributes for project managers. Walker, J (2019)
BIM in higher education in the UK and future industry requirement. Redman, J (2018)
Digital competence for a digital era: A construction design-sector practitioner perspective. Robson, K (2018)
Mind the gap: enabling creativity and innovation in public-sector infrastructure design. Hall, K (2018)
The status of job quality in UK construction; an analysis of the sixth European working conditions survey. Craig, L (2018)
The susceptibility of Structural Engineering to automation and its potential implications for the future of the profession. Patalia, R (2018)
Are we bridging the gender gap? Retention, career progression and gender in the UK construction industry. Hillman, K (2017)
Distributed leadership as a model for high performance within the construction industry. Mosey, G (2017)
The skills and attributes of managers and executives in the UK construction industry. Mananghaya, S (2017)
Investigating the relevance of management and leadership training for construction site supervisors. Cutler, N (2016)
Reinventing the wheel? How knowledge transfer can benefit the delivery of major infrastructure projects. Pritchard, A (2016)
Understanding workforce motivational factors to incentivise improved productivity in pre-cast concrete construction. Mullens, T (2016)