1st Edition

Innovations, Disruptions and Future Trends in the Global Construction Industry

    284 Pages 44 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    Innovations, Disruptions and Future Trends in the Global Construction Industry examines current and futuristic developments in the construction industry hinged on the construction industrial fourth and fifth revolution, otherwise known as construction industry 4.0 and 5.0.

    This book provides a wide range of expert views and case studies on the future of the construction industry from the perspectives of researchers and practitioners in various fields of study from business management, psychology, sociology, engineering, behavioural studies and computer sciences. The book provides documentary evidence of how the construction industry has changed post-COVID-19 pandemic in terms of design, planning, management, construction, the behaviour of construction professionals, research in the built environment, and new interactions of built environment practitioners with other professionals from computer science, finance, business management, and engineering. The evidence provided in this book can help decision makers in the construction sector and associated industries to understand human interaction in the construction sector and inspire new research directions. Furthermore, the book will map potential future paradigms for the construction industry and the preparedness of construction professionals, teams, and organisations for coming changes.

    This book is of interest to a wide audience of postgraduate students, academics, researchers, and industry professionals in the built environment, finance, project management, engineering, and policy makers.

    INTRODUCTION: CHAPTER 1.                                                                             

    Introduction to Innovations, Disruptions and Future Trends in the Global Construction Industry

    Temitope Omotayo, Olabode E. Ogunmakinde, Temitope Egbelakin, and Adebayo Sojobi.




    CHAPTER 2.                                                                                                                                      

    Global Application of Digital Twins and Virtual Reality in the Construction Industry: A Systematic Literature Review

    Kayode O. Kazeem, Timothy O. Olawumi, and Nirodha Fernando


    CHAPTER 3.                                                                                                                                                      

    Aligning digital technologies in off-site construction with Industry 5.0 design principles for a sustainable future.

    Ali Hadi, Franco Cheung, Solomon, and Adjei, Anmar Dulaimi


    CHAPTER 4.                                                                                                                                                        

    Socio-Economic and Environmental Impacts of BIM Technology on Sustainable Smart Cities Aligned with Industry 5.0: A Systematic Literature Review

    Kelkar Ashish


    CHAPTER 5.                                                                                                                                      

    Geospatial Applications and Risk-related Management in the Construction Industry: Opinions for Caribbean Scenarios

    Israel R. Orimoloye, Olabode E. Ogunmakinde, Temitope Omotayo, Temitope Egbelakin, Chaitanya B. Pande, and Adebayo Sojobi




    CHAPTER 6.                                                                                                                                      

    BIM and Lean integration for management of built assets: A systematic review

    Rhijul Sood and Boeing Laishram


    CHAPTER 7.                                                                                                                                      

    Framework for the Integration of BIM in Architectural Education

    Ozaer Zaed, Zhen Chen and Ambark Bareka


    CHAPTER 8.                                                                                                                                                      

    Blockchain-based BIM and Digital Twin Potentials for the Transition toward Circular Construction: A Systematic Literature Review

    Hafize Büşra Bostancı and Ali Murat Tanyer


    CHAPTER 9.                                                                                                                                      

    The application of lean manufacturing in off-site construction: A bibliometric review

    Ali Hadi, Franco Cheung, Solomon, Adjei and Anmar Dulaimi


    CHAPTER 10.                                                                                                                                    

    Exogenous Influence on Offsite Construction: A Comparative Study to Evaluate Economic and Environmental Feasibility

    Thanuja Ramachandra, and Buddhini Ginigaddara


    CHAPTER 11.                                                                                                                                    

    Designing Out Waste in Construction: Case Studies in Reducing Formwork for Concrete Casting

    Paul Loh


    CHAPTER 12.                                                                                                                                    

    Using the 5Ps Model to Evaluate the State of the Construction Sector in South Africa

    Josephine Llale and David Root


    CHAPTER 13.                                                                                                                                    

    Offsite Construction for Mass-Retrofit: Barriers and Opportunities

    Özlem Duran




    CHAPTER 14.                                                                                                                                    

    Future-proofing construction workforce adaptations and management

    Temitope Egbelakin


    CHAPTER 15.                                                                                                                                    

    Attaining ambidexterity in construction organisations through digitalisation

    Douglas Aghimien, Luis Zapata Montalvo, Temidayo Osunsanmi, Clinton Aigbavboa and Ahmad Taki


    CHAPTER 16.                                                                                                                                    

    Helping Contractors Manage Social Procurement Requirements

    George Denny-Smith and Vanessa Pilla


    CHAPTER 17.                                                                                                                                    

    The construction industry's future: Systems, People and Projects

    Temitope Omotayo, Bankole Awuzie, Temitope Egbelakin, Israel R. Orimoloye, Olabode E. Ogunmakinde, and Adebayo Sojobi


    Temitope Omotayo is a senior lecturer in Quantity Surveying at Leeds Beckett University, UK.

    Olabode Ogunmakinde is a senior lecturer in Construction Management at the College of Project Management, Built Environment and Assess and Maintenance Management, Central Queensland University, Brisbane, Australia.

    Temitope Egbelakin is a professor at the University of Newcastle, Australia.

    Adebayo Sojobi completed his Post-Doctoral Fellowship at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR.