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Felix Kin Peng Hui

Engineering

Publications

  • Competition, coordination, or institutional change? A multi-perspective analysis of historical electricity transitions in Mexico
  • Improving Design by Partnering in Engineering–Procurement–Construction (EPC) Hydropower Projects: A Case Study of a Large-Scale Hydropower Project in China
  • Occupational stress and workplace design
  • 2. Infrastructure Planning, Challenges and Risks
  • 12. Potential Infrastructure Enhancements for Ports and Cities
  • Economic and environmental impacts of public investment in clean energy RD&D
  • Analytical Framework for Understanding the Differences between Technical Standards Originating from Various Regions to Improve International Hydropower Project Delivery
  • Causes of contractors’ claims in international engineering-procurement-construction projects
  • An enhanced framework for assessing the operational performance of public-private partnership school projects
  • Improving design performance by alliance between contractors and designers in international hydropower EPC projects from the perspective of Chinese construction companies
  • Understanding the social network of stakeholders in hydropower project development: An owners’ view
  • Upcycling opportunities and potential markets for aluminium composite panels with polyethylene core (ACP-PE) cladding materials in Australia: A review
  • Digitalising Modular Construction: Action Research Study on Manufacturing Execution & Control (Mec) System to Enhance Offsite Manufacturing (Osm) Productivity
  • A competency framework for construction engineering graduates: An industry perspective
  • Framework for standardising carbon neutrality in building projects
  • Challenges in Transport Logistics for Modular Construction: A Case Study
  • Evaluating uncertainties to deliver enhanced service performance in education PPPs: a hierarchical reliability framework
  • Applying SDGs as a systematic approach for incorporating sustainability in higher education
  • Effects of learning curve models on onshore wind and solar PV cost developments in the USA
  • HOW TO GET INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS DELIVERED ON TIME: FROM CHINESE CONTRACTORS’ PERSPECTIVE
  • A Systematic Content Review of Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things Applications in Smart Home
  • Green Buildings in Makassar, Indonesia
  • Understanding the Green Building Industry in Thailand
  • Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia
  • Visual Tools for Analyzing and Organizing Engineering Data and Information
  • A Case Study on Early Stage Adoption of Lean Practices in Prefabricated Construction Industry
  • A review of facilities management interventions to mitigate respiratory infections in existing buildings
  • Understanding the green technical capabilities and barriers to green buildings in developing countries: A case study of Thailand
  • Engaging employees with good sustainability: Key performance indicators for dry ports
  • Qualitative analysis of the Occupational Health and Safety performance of Chinese international construction projects
  • Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia : A Focus on Ports
  • Causes of contractors’ claims in international engineering-procurement-construction projects
  • 9. Initial Investigation into the Effectiveness of Australian Ports’ Governance and Management Structures
  • Innovation in Australian publicly operated public–private partnerships
  • 1. Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia — The Economic Context
  • 3. Funding and Financing Infrastructure: Indonesia and Australia
  • 4. Efficient Facilitation of Major Infrastructure Projects
  • 6. Comparative Efficiency Analysis of Australian and Indonesian Ports
  • 8. Revealing Indonesian Port Competitiveness
  • Foreword
  • Reliability-Based Decision Support Framework for Major Changes to Social Infrastructure PPP Contracts
  • Making policy mixes more robust: An integrative and interdisciplinary approach for clean energy transitions
  • Exploring key variables of port competitiveness: evidence from Indonesian ports
  • Lean Practices Using Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Digital Twinning for Sustainable Construction
  • Initiation of capital projects in industries having an operational focus: an Australian stevedoring case example
  • Construction Project Managers Graduate Agile Competencies Required to Meet Industry Needs
  • Co-created Student Capstone Projects: Case Study of De-Risking Plan for the New Student Precinct
  • Infrastructure Investment in Indonesia: A Focus on Ports
  • Environment Management of Hydropower Development: A Case Study
  • Managing Interfaces in Large-Scale Projects: The Roles of Formal Governance and Partnering
  • The impact of technical standards on international project performance: Chinese contractors’ experience
  • Enhancing Trust-Based Interface Management in International Engineering-Procurement-Construction Projects
  • Critical success factors in Thailand’s green building industry
  • The Risk of Power Imbalance in Project Delivery: A Study of Large Victorian Public Infrastructure Projects
  • The Risk of Power Imbalance in Project Delivery: A Study of Large Victorian Public Infrastructure Projects
  • Qualitative Analysis of the Occupational Health and Safety Performance of Chinese International Construction Projects
  • Holistic hydropower scheme for China
  • An exploratory modelling and analysis protocol for identifying robust policy mixes for clean energy transitions: An exploratory analysis for Mexico
  • Critical Success Factors in Thailand′s Green Building Industry
  • The climate emergency: A tale of two cities
  • New circularity indicator for decision making in the stockpile management of construction and demolition waste: Perspectives of Australian practitioners

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