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A A Raheem, R R A Issa, S Olbina

Impacts of Different Window-Shading Assemblies on Energy, Thermal Comfort and Daylighting for a South-Facing, Mid-Rise Office Building in Florida

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Aiyin Jiang, Bin Cheng, Ian Flood and Raymond Issa

Modified Linear Scheduling Method In Scheduling Multiple Utility Line Construction Project

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B Giel, R R A Issa, R Liu

Perceptions of Organizational BIM Maturity Variables in The US AECO Industry

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B Giel, R R A Issa

Framework for Evaluating the BIM Competencies of Building Owners

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C A Issa, A El-Hachem

Integrated Design and Construction Planning of a High-Rise Residential Building

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C Moreno, S Olbina, R Issa

Use of Building Information Modeling for the Design and Construction of Educational Facilities

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D. Zuppa & R.R.A. Issa

Factors Supporting Information and Communication Technologies on Construction Projects

Abstract: Adopting collaborative information and communication technologies on construction projects faces a number obstacles include lack of trust between contracting parties and in the technology. A survey of 66 construction professionals was conducted to identify the most important factors on construction projects that could increase trust between contracting parties and the use of collaborative information and communication technologies in construction. The survey found that face-to face communication and the support of owners are required to increase trust between contracting parties and the trust in information and communication technologies.

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D. Zuppa & Raja R.A. Issa

ALIGNING INTERESTS KEY TO DEVELOPING TRUST IN DEPLOYING COLLABORATIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN CONSTRUCTION

Abstract: The importance of trust in construction is well documented especially when the desire is to encourage people to work as a team and to collaborate on construction projects using diverse information technologies. Trust is an integral component of effective teams, successful partnering, and implementing new technology. Building and maintaining trust between contracting parties can lower costs, improve performance and minimize disputes. Construction literature has discussed the types of trust, dimensions of trust and trust building tools. However, a need exists to further explore the importance of aligning the interests of contracting parties. Aligning interests are in addition to the traditional critical success factors for construction projects (profit, cost, schedule, quality). Trust is a state of mind that is strengthened or weakened as each party’s hierarchical and subjective interests are supported or challenged. This paper presents an integrated trust model and describes strategies aimed to build and maintain trust in construction when using collaborative technologies. The model further demonstrates that project managers using a specified strategy and system to elicit, monitor and align collaborative interests , in addition to other traditional measures of project success, can improve the likelihood of building and maintaining trust in deploying collaborative technologies in construction.

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Flood, Ian; Issa, Raja R.A.; Mutis, Ivan

A Virtual Reality Interpreter for Aiding the Reconciliation of Construction Concepts

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Flood, Ian; Issa, Raja R.A.; Shedid, Caesar A.

Increasing Processing Speed for Interactive Real-Time Simulation Environments

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