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Sustainable Performance and Strategies of Malaysian Property Developers

Leong, Boon Tik, Soon, Lam Tatt, Tay, Shir Men, Fuey Lin, Ang
Senior Lecturer, Taylor’s University
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, BoonTik.Leong@taylors.edu.my
Lecturer, LamTatt.Soon@taylors.edu.my
Lecturer, ShirMen.Tay@taylors.edu.my
Senior Lecturer, FueyLin.Ang@taylors.edu.my

Aligning Levels of Development and Principles of Measurement for Cost Planning

Paul H K Ho
City University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong, bshkho@cityu.edu.hk

Overtime Hours in Quantity Surveying Consultant Firms in Malaysia

Sheikh Ilmi, Habizah and Rogbeer, Ishka Saakshee
Lecturer, School of Architecture, Building and Design, Taylor’s University,
Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: 603 5629 5442
Email: Habizah.ilmi@taylors.edu.my, ishka0207@hotmail.co.uk

Incorporation of Building Information Modelling into Quantity Surveying Programmes Syllabus in Malaysia

Noor Azeyah Khiyon1
1Programme Lead of Quantity Surveying Programme, School of the Built Environment,
University of Reading Malaysia, Malaysia, n.a.khiyon@reading.edu.my

Implication of Quantity Surveying Practice in a BIM-Enabled Environment

Kim, Ki Pyung1 and Park, Kenneth Sungho2
1
Lecturer, School of Natural and Built Environments,
University of South Australia, Adelaide, SA, 5000, ki.kim@unisa.edu.au
2
Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering and Advanced Technology,
Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand, k.park@massey.ac.nz

A Preliminary BIM Implementation Framework for Consultant Quantity Surveyor Firms in a Developing Country

Soon, Lam Tatt1, Leong, Boon Tik2 and Ang, Fuey Lin3 and Hasnanywati Hassan4
1 Associate Dean, Lecturer, Taylor’s University, Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia, LamTatt.Soon@taylors.edu.my
2 Senior Lecturer, Taylor’s University, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia, BoonTik.Leong@taylors.edu.my
3 Programme Director, Taylor’s University, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia, FueyLin.Ang@taylors.edu.my
4 Programme Chairs, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang

Emerging Issues Related to Stakeholder Management in PPP Projects: An Australian Study

Sajani Jayasuriya1, Guomin Zhang2 and Rebecca J.
Yang3
1 PhD Student, School of Civil,
Environmental and Chemical Engineering,
RMIT University, Australia,
s3440318@student.rmit.edu.au
2 Associate Professor, School of Civil,
Environmental and Chemical Engineering,
RMIT University, Australia,
kevin.zhang@rmit.edu.au
3 Senior Lecturer, School of Property,
Construction and Project Management,
RMIT University, Australia,

Identifying Cultures in Construction Project Alliances

Anthony J. Millsˡ, Alexia Nalewaik², and Peter Davis3
ˡ Chair of Construction Management
School of Architecture and Building, Deakin University, Australia
Email: Anthony.mills@deakin.edu.au
² Principal QS Requin Corporation, Pasadena, California, USA
Email: alexian@qsrequin.com
3 Chair of Construction Management
School of Architecture and Built Environment, Newcastle University, Australia
Email: peter.davis@newcastle.edu.au

Research on the Application of BIM Technology in the Project Management of Hospital Construction

Yanran Wang1, Guogang Wang2, Jingru Wang3
1 Associate Professor, School of Civil Engineering, Wuhan University
Wuhan,China,yrwang72@hotmail.com
2 President, Wuhan Engineering Cost Association
Wuhan, China, 751527864@qq.com
3 Student, Wuhan foreign languages school
Wuhan, China, jingru9876@hotmail.com

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