M. Jamaluddin Thaheem
M. Jamaluddin Thaheem
Senior Lecturer in Construction Management, Deakin University, Australia
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Risk management in sustainable smart cities governance: A TOE framework
F Ullah, S Qayyum, MJ Thaheem, F Al-Turjman, SME Sepasgozar
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 167, 120743, 2021
Current state and barriers to the circular economy in the building sector: Towards a mitigation framework
M Bilal, KIA Khan, MJ Thaheem, AR Nasir
Journal of Cleaner Production 276, 123250, 2020
Developing a residential building-related social sustainability assessment framework and its implications for BIM
T Ahmad, MJ Thaheem
Sustainable Cities and Society 28, 1-15, 2017
Building information modeling as a risk transformer: An evolutionary insight into the project uncertainty
Z Ahmad, MJ Thaheem, A Maqsoom
Automation in Construction 92, 103-119, 2018
Economic sustainability assessment of residential buildings: A dedicated assessment framework and implications for BIM
T Ahmad, MJ Thaheem
Sustainable cities and society 38, 476-491, 2018
Developing a green-building design approach by selective use of systems and techniques
T Ahmad, MJ Thaheem, A Anwar
Architectural Engineering and Design Management 12 (1), 29-50, 2016
Life cycle sustainability assessment of electricity generation in Pakistan: Policy regime for a sustainable energy mix
MZ Akber, MJ Thaheem, H Arshad
Energy Policy 111, 111-126, 2017
Estimated cost at completion: Integrating risk into earned value management
S Babar, MJ Thaheem, B Ayub
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 143 (3), 04016104, 2017
Barriers to the digitalisation and innovation of Australian Smart Real Estate: A managerial perspective on the technology non-adoption
F Ullah, SME Sepasgozar, MJ Thaheem, F Al-Turjman
Environmental Technology & Innovation 22, 101527, 2021
Examining barriers and measures to promote the adoption of green building practices in Pakistan
S Azeem, MA Naeem, A Waheed, MJ Thaheem
Smart and Sustainable Built Environment 6 (3), 86-100, 2017
Six Sigma in construction: a review of critical success factors
SQ Siddiqui, F Ullah, MJ Thaheem, HF Gabriel
International Journal of Lean Six Sigma 7 (2), 171 - 186, 2016
Influence of Six Sigma on project success in construction industry of Pakistan
F Ullah, MJ Thaheem, SQ Siddiqui, MB Khurshid
The TQM Journal 29 (2), 276-309, 2017
Dynamic management of risk contingency in complex design-build projects
A De Marco, C Rafele, MJ Thaheem
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 142 (2), 04015080, 2016
Exploring the role of building information modeling in construction safety through science mapping
R Akram, MJ Thaheem, AR Nasir, TH Ali, S Khan
Safety Science 120, 456-470, 2019
Best Value Contractor Selection in Road Construction Projects: ANP-Based Decision Support System
M Hasnain, MJ Thaheem, F Ullah
International Journal of Civil Engineering, 1-20, 2017
Contractual risks of building information modeling: Toward a standardized legal framework for design-bid-build projects
MF Arshad, MJ Thaheem, AR Nasir, MSA Malik
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 145 (4), 04019010, 2019
Critical External Risks in International Joint Ventures for Construction Industry in Pakistan
A Razzaq, MJ Thaheem, A Maqsoom, HF Gabriel
International Journal of Civil Engineering, 1-17, 2016
Improving the risk quantification under behavioural tendencies: A tale of construction projects
MU Farooq, MJ Thaheem, H Arshad
International Journal of Project Management 36 (3), 414-428, 2018
Quantification of Material Wastage in Construction Industry of Pakistan: An Analytical Relationship between Building Types and Waste Generation
H Arshad, M Qasim, MJ Thaheem, HF Gabriel
Journal of Construction in Developing Countries 22 (2), 19–34, 2018
A review of public-private partnership: Critical factors of concession period
F Ullah, B Ayub, SQ Siddiqui, MJ Thaheem
Journal of Financial Management of Property and Construction 21 (3), 269-300, 2016
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