Constructability implementation: a survey in the Malaysian construction industry

  title={Constructability implementation: a survey in the Malaysian construction industry},
  author={Mekdam A. Nima and M. Abdulkadir and M. S. Jaafar and Riadh G. Alghulami},
  journal={Construction Management and Economics},
  pages={819 - 829}
Twenty-three constructability concepts are identified. Based on these, an industry-wide questionnaire was administrated in Peninsular Malaysia. The respondents were the engineers working with owners, consultants, contractors, subcontractors and construction management firms. The importance, from the viewpoint of the Malaysian engineers, of the constructability concepts and the degree of the actual application of those concepts in the Malaysian Construction Industry is presented so that an… 
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