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  • A Decision Making System for Selecting Sustainable Technologies for Retail Buildings 

    Zainab, S; Pan, W; Goodhew, S (International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction.Brisbane, AustraliaAustralia, 2013-05-06)
    The implementation of sustainable technologies can improve the energy and carbon efficiency of existing retail buildings. However, the selection of an appropriate sustainable technology is a complex task due to the large ...
  • Delivering sustainable buildings in retail construction 

    Zainab, S; Pan, W; Goodhew, S (Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM).Edinburgh, 2012-09-03)
    The demand for high performance 'green' or 'sustainable' buildings is becoming increasingly important in the retail industry. Large construction companies in this sector have started to show leadership by working with ...
  • The relationship between the quality of active frontages and public perceptions of public spaces 

    Heffernan, E; Heffernan, T; Pan, W (2014-03-01)
    Active frontages are often advocated in best practice guidance and by local planning authorities. However, little research has been carried out to establish what benefits, if any, active frontages offer. Previous research ...
  • Stakeholders perspective on sustainable technology selection to achieve zero carbon retail buildings 

    Zainab, S; Pan, W; Goodhew, S; Fuertes, A (Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM).Reading UKUK, 2013-09-02)
    In the design and construction of sustainable retail buildings, there are various stakeholders involved with the overall aim of selecting appropriate sustainable technologies to reduce energy consumption and carbon ...

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