1. Introduction : Innovation in Design and Construction 2. Industry Performance and Innovation Part 1 Design and Construction 3. Architectural design 1970-2000 (a review of post-modern/high tech architecture since 1970: Venturi, Moore, Graves, Piano, Foster, Rodgers etc) 4. Generation and assessment of alternative solutions 5. Design practice and management 6. Embodied energy, material selection, design for deconstruction 7. Energy issues (modelling, assessment of design alternatives, compliance with codes, prescription and performance) 8. Controls and approvals (building codes, statutory requirements, heritage and conservation controls, compliance) Part 2 - Project Procurement and Management 8. Project finance and procurement 9. Project management and construction management (broad view of the processes and procedures) 10. Construction contracts and risk allocation 11. Site remediation (contaminated sites, geotechnical investigation) 12. Lean construction 13. Project planning (scheduling of construction activities, 4D planning, computer based scheduling) 14. Cost control, monitoring and reporting (cash flows, cost planning, cost modelling, financial reporting) 15. Quality assurance during design and construction (discussion of the various ISO standards relating to QA and their application and relevance to construction) 16. Performance measurement 17. Supply chain management 18. Co-ordination of on-site activities (computer modelling, services co-ordination) 19. Administration of building contracts (variations, delays, tendering, tender evaluation, subcontracts, novation) 20. Site safety 21. Waste management Part 3 - Innovation 23. Innovation - A Note of Caution 24. Intelligent buildings (communications, services, BEMS, BMS) 25. Future technologies (prefabrication, industrialized building, new materials and technologies) 26. Robotics and automated building systems 27. New trends in building services (including passive engineering, information technology, cabling) Conclusion 28. The crystal ball (some thoughts on future directions and developments in global construction)
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