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Wilson LU
Wilson LU
Chair Professor of Digital Construction, Department of Real Estate and Construction, HKU
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A framework for understanding waste management studies in construction
W Lu, H Yuan
Waste management 31 (6), 1252-1260, 2011
4222011
A decade's debate on the nexus between corporate social and corporate financial performance: a critical review of empirical studies 2002–2011
W Lu, KW Chau, H Wang, W Pan
Journal of cleaner production 79, 195-206, 2014
3932014
Prefabricated construction enabled by the Internet-of-Things
RY Zhong, Y Peng, F Xue, J Fang, W Zou, H Luo, ST Ng, W Lu, GQP Shen, ...
Automation in Construction 76, 59-70, 2017
3742017
Critical success factors for on-site sorting of construction waste: a China study
J Wang, H Yuan, X Kang, W Lu
Resources, conservation and recycling 54 (11), 931-936, 2010
3602010
Competitiveness in construction: a critical review of research
R Flanagan, W Lu, L Shen, C Jewell
Construction management and economics 25 (9), 989-1000, 2007
3372007
Scenarios for applying RFID technology in construction project management
W Lu, GQ Huang, H Li
Automation in construction 20 (2), 101-106, 2011
3232011
An empirical investigation of construction and demolition waste generation rates in Shenzhen city, South China
W Lu, H Yuan, J Li, JJL Hao, X Mi, Z Ding
Waste management 31 (4), 680-687, 2011
3212011
Barriers to Building Information Modeling (BIM) implementation in China's prefabricated construction: An interpretive structural modeling (ISM) approach
T Tan, K Chen, F Xue, W Lu
Journal of Cleaner Production 219, 949-959, 2019
2992019
Critical success factors for competitiveness of contractors: China study
W Lu, L Shen, MC Yam
Journal of construction engineering and management 134 (12), 972-982, 2008
2842008
Exploring critical success factors for waste management in construction projects of China
W Lu, H Yuan
Resources, conservation and recycling 55 (2), 201-208, 2010
2792010
Bridging BIM and building: From a literature review to an integrated conceptual framework
K Chen, W Lu, Y Peng, S Rowlinson, GQ Huang
International journal of project management 33 (6), 1405-1416, 2015
2702015
A model for cost–benefit analysis of construction and demolition waste management throughout the waste chain
HP Yuan, LY Shen, JJL Hao, W Lu
Resources, conservation and recycling 55 (6), 604-612, 2011
2602011
Construction waste management policies and their effectiveness in Hong Kong: A longitudinal review
W Lu, VWY Tam
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 23, 214-223, 2013
2472013
Using bargaining-game theory for negotiating concession period for BOT-type contract
LY Shen, HJ Bao, YZ Wu, W Lu
Journal of construction engineering and management 133 (5), 385-392, 2007
2422007
Investigating waste reduction potential in the upstream processes of offshore prefabrication construction
W Lu, H Yuan
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 28, 804-811, 2013
2122013
Developing efficient circularity for construction and demolition waste management in fast emerging economies: Lessons learned from Shenzhen, China
Z Bao, W Lu
Science of the Total Environment 724, 138264, 2020
1972020
Procurement innovation for a circular economy of construction and demolition waste: Lessons learnt from Suzhou, China
Z Bao, W Lu, B Chi, H Yuan, J Hao
Waste Management 99, 12-21, 2019
1972019
The impact of urbanization on carbon emissions in developing countries: a Chinese study based on the U-Kaya method
Y Wu, J Shen, X Zhang, M Skitmore, W Lu
Journal of Cleaner Production 135, 589-603, 2016
192*2016
Cost-benefit analysis of Building Information Modeling implementation in building projects through demystification of time-effort distribution curves
W Lu, A Fung, Y Peng, C Liang, S Rowlinson
Building and environment 82, 317-327, 2014
1782014
A computer-based scoring method for measuring the environmental performance of construction activities
LY Shen, WS Lu, H Yao, DH Wu
Automation in Construction 14 (3), 297-309, 2005
1762005
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