Integrating Sustainability into Construction Engineering Projects: Perspective of Sustainable Project Planning
Keywords:Construction Engineering Project, Construction Practice, Critical Factors, HOPSCA Projects, Project Management, Sustainability, Sustainable Project Planning
This study examines how sustainability may be included in construction engineering project management practices utilizing project planning approaches. To aid construction engineers and managers in better understanding and implementing sustainable practices, the essential tool of sustainable project management, sustainable project planning, has been developed and validated. Sustainable construction approaches can greatly reduce the environmental and social effect of construction projects. Investigations have mostly ignored the significance of HOPSCA. Researchers used a case study approach to assess a well-known HOPSCA project in China that involved several SCPs. Utilizing both qualitative and quantitative techniques, such as exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses of statistical data and content analysis of interviews with construction engineering project managers, sustainable project planning was defined and assessed. Which integrates sustainability principles and should have three components: managerial control, risk response, and work consensus, can be used to predict the performance of sustainable buildings and projects.
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