Michael Mawdesley

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Computer based simulations and games can be useful tools in teaching aspects of construction project management that are not easily transmitted through traditional lecture based approaches. However, it can be difficult to quantify their utility and it is essential to ensure that students are achieving the learning outcomes required rather than just learning(More)
The use of prefabricated or modular building services calls for a restructuring of the traditional construction procurement process. Project duration is affected by many factors, including a changed design, the introduction of a manufacturing process, differing resource demands, skill levels and costs. Risk management techniques are used to assess(More)
An investigation into current earthworks planning practice showed that the planning techniques used tend to be subjective and time consuming with a heavy reliance given to the experience and knowledge of the planner. This practice can lead to inaccurate planning and makes explanation of the techniques used difficult. In this paper an approach to automate(More)
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