John Tookey
John Tookey
Professor of Construction
E-mail confirmado em aut.ac.nz
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Building Information Modelling (BIM) uptake: Clear benefits, understanding its implementation, risks and challenges
A Ghaffarianhoseini, J Tookey, A Ghaffarianhoseini, N Naismith, S Azhar, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 75, 1046-1053, 2017
4442017
A critical comparison of green building rating systems
DT Doan, A Ghaffarianhoseini, N Naismith, T Zhang, A Ghaffarianhoseini, ...
Building and Environment 123, 243-260, 2017
3162017
Application of passive wall systems for improving the energy efficiency in buildings: A comprehensive review
H Omrany, A Ghaffarianhoseini, A Ghaffarianhoseini, K Raahemifar, ...
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 62, 1252-1269, 2016
1592016
Exploring the advantages and challenges of double-skin façades (DSFs)
A Ghaffarianhoseini, A Ghaffarianhoseini, U Berardi, J Tookey, DHW Li, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 60, 1052-1065, 2016
1302016
Sick building syndrome: are we doing enough?
A Ghaffarianhoseini, H AlWaer, H Omrany, A Ghaffarianhoseini, ...
Architectural Science Review 61 (3), 99-121, 2018
1032018
Evolving trends of supplier selection criteria and methods
S Thiruchelvam, JE Tookey
International Journal of Automotive and Mechanical Engineering 4 (1), 437-454, 2011
1012011
Construction procurement routes: re‐defining the contours of construction procurement
JE Tookey, M Murray, C Hardcastle, D Langford
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2001
932001
Application of nD BIM Integrated Knowledge-based Building Management System (BIM-IKBMS) for inspecting post-construction energy efficiency
A GhaffarianHoseini, T Zhang, O Nwadigo, A GhaffarianHoseini, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 72, 935-949, 2017
862017
The logistics of construction supply chains: the builders' merchant perspective
C Vidalakis, JE Tookey, J Sommerville
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2011
722011
State of the art of rainwater harvesting systems towards promoting green built environments: a review
A GhaffarianHoseini, J Tookey, A GhaffarianHoseini, SM Yusoff, ...
Desalination and Water Treatment 57 (1), 95-104, 2016
582016
Labour productivity in the New Zealand construction industry: A thorough investigation
V Tran, J Tookey
Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, The 11 (1), 41-60, 2011
562011
Expanding the meaning of standardisation within construction processes
A Santos, CT Formoso, JE Tookey
The TQM Magazine, 2002
562002
Addressing effective construction logistics through the lens of vehicle movements
F Ying, J Tookey, J Roberti
Engineering, construction and architectural management, 2014
522014
Flow modelling of construction site materials and waste logistics: A case study from Cape Town, South Africa
W Shakantu, M Muya, J Tookey, P Bowen
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2008
522008
The hidden cost of transportation of construction materials: an overview
W Shakantu, JE Tookey, PA Bowen
Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, 2003
522003
Logistics simulation modelling across construction supply chains
C Vidalakis, JE Tookey, J Sommerville
Construction Innovation, 2011
502011
The role of knowledge management in e-procurement initiatives for construction organizations
C Egbu, M Vines, J Tookey
ARCOM Proceedings Twentieth Annual Conference 1, 661-671, 2004
502004
Application of wastewater treatment in sustainable design of green built environments: A review
H Rashidi, A GhaffarianHoseini, A GhaffarianHoseini, NMN Sulaiman, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 49, 845-856, 2015
492015
Evaluating defect reporting in new residential buildings in New Zealand
FE Rotimi, J Tookey, JO Rotimi
Buildings 5 (1), 39-55, 2015
422015
Demand uncertainty in construction supply chains: a discrete event simulation study
C Vidalakis, JE Tookey, J Sommerville
Journal of the Operational Research Society 64 (8), 1194-1204, 2013
412013
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