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Nicholas Chileshe
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Critical evaluation of off-site construction research: A Scientometric analysis
MR Hosseini, I Martek, EK Zavadskas, AA Aibinu, M Arashpour, ...
Automation in construction 87, 235-247, 2018
4062018
Impacts of heat waves and corresponding measures: a review
J Zuo, S Pullen, J Palmer, H Bennetts, N Chileshe, T Ma
Journal of Cleaner Production 92, 1-12, 2015
2122015
BIM adoption within Australian Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs): an innovation diffusion model
MR Hosseini, S Banihashemi, N Chileshe, MO Namzadi, C Udaeja, ...
Construction Economics and Building 16 (3), 71-86, 2016
1812016
Glass powder utilisation in concrete production
JM Khatib, EM Negim, HS Sohl, N Chileshe
European Journal of Applied Sciences 4 (4), 173-176, 2012
1392012
Lean and agile integration within offsite construction using discrete event simulation: A systematic literature review
S Mostafa, N Chileshe, T Abdelhamid
Construction Innovation, 2016
1342016
Critical success factors for community-driven development projects: A Sri Lankan community perspective
S Yalegama, N Chileshe, T Ma
International Journal of Project Management 34 (4), 643-659, 2016
1312016
Reverse logistics in the construction industry
MR Hosseini, R Rameezdeen, N Chileshe, S Lehmann
Waste Management & Research 33 (6), 499-514, 2015
1312015
Knowledge management: Barriers to capturing lessons learned from Australian construction contractors perspective
M Shokri-Ghasabeh, N Chileshe
Construction Innovation, 2014
1312014
Barriers to implementing reverse logistics in South Australian construction organisations
N Chileshe, R Rameezdeen, MR Hosseini, S Lehmann
Supply chain management: an international journal 20 (2), 179-204, 2015
1232015
Drivers for adopting reverse logistics in the construction industry: a qualitative study
N Chileshe, R Rameezdeen, MR Hosseini
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2016
1192016
An evaluation of risk factors impacting construction projects in Ghana
N Chileshe, A Boadua Yirenkyi‐Fianko
Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology 10 (3), 306-329, 2012
1182012
Critical success factors for implementation of risk assessment and management practices within the Tanzanian construction industry
N Chileshe, G John Kikwasi
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management 21 (3), 291-319, 2014
1172014
Factors driving the implementation of reverse logistics: A quantified model for the construction industry
N Chileshe, R Rameezdeen, MR Hosseini, I Martek, HX Li, ...
Waste management 79, 48-57, 2018
1112018
Lean thinking for a maintenance process
S Mostafa, SH Lee, J Dumrak, N Chileshe, H Soltan
Production & Manufacturing Research 3 (1), 236-272, 2015
1102015
Enhancing the effectiveness of risk management practices in Sri Lankan road construction projects: A Delphi approach
B Perera, R Rameezdeen, N Chileshe, MR Hosseini
International Journal of Construction Management 14 (1), 1-14, 2014
1052014
Labour productivity in Iranian construction projects: Perceptions of chief executive officers
P Ghoddousi, O Poorafshar, N Chileshe, MR Hosseini
International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 2015
1042015
Enhancing collaboration in BIM-based construction networks through organisational discontinuity theory: a case study of the new Royal Adelaide Hospital
G Mignone, MR Hosseini, N Chileshe, M Arashpour
Architectural Engineering and Design Management 12 (5), 333-352, 2016
972016
Awareness, usage and benefits of building information modelling (BIM) adoption–the case of the South Australian construction organisations
K Newton, N Chileshe
Management 3, 12, 2012
952012
Revisiting the construction project failure factors in Vietnam
TP Nguyen, N Chileshe
Built Environment Project and Asset Management 5 (4), 398-416, 2015
872015
Investigating the barriers to building information modeling (BIM) implementation within the Nigerian construction industry
OI Olanrewaju, N Chileshe, SA Babarinde, M Sandanayake
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management 27 (10), 2931-2958, 2020
822020
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