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Achini Shanika Weerasinghe
Achini Shanika Weerasinghe
PhD Candidate, Massey University, New Zealand
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Economic sustainability of green buildings: a comparative analysis of green vs non-green
AS Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra
Built Environment Project and Asset Management, 2018
522018
Comparative Life-Cycle Cost (LCC) study of Green and Traditional Industrial Buildings in Sri Lanka
AS Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra, JOB Rotimi
Energy and Buildings 234, 110732, 2021
362021
Life cycle cost analysis: Green vs conventional buildings in Sri Lanka
AS Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra, N Thurairajah
Association of Researchers in Construction Management, ARCOM - 33rd Annual …, 2017
22*2017
Implications of sustainable features on life‐cycle costs of green buildings
AS Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra
Sustainable Development, 2020
152020
Modelling of underlying social psychological effects on occupant energy-related behaviours
AS Weerasinghe, JOB Rotimi, EO Rasheed
Building and Environment 231 (C), 110055, 2023
92023
A Simplified model for predicting running cost of office buildings in Sri Lanka
A Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra, JOB Rotimi
Proceeding of the 32nd Annual ARCOM Conference 1, 2016
82016
Towards sustainable commercial buildings: an analysis of operation and maintenance (O&M) costs in Sri Lanka
AS Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra, JOB Rotimi
Smart and Sustainable Built Environment 11 (3), 454-468, 2022
72022
A facilities management approach to rationalising occupants’ energy behaviours
AS Weerasinghe, EO Rasheed, JOB Rotimi
Facilities 40 (11/12), 2022
72022
Environmental and socio-psychological drivers of building users’ behaviours: A case study of tertiary institutional offices in Auckland
AS Weerasinghe, E Rasheed, JOB Rotimi
Journal of Facilities Management, 2022
62022
Occupant Energy Behaviours – A Review of Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) and Influential factors
AS Weerasinghe, E Rasheed, JOB Rotimi
The 54th International Conference of the Architectural Science Association …, 2020
52020
Costs and Benefits of Green Retrofits: A Case of Industrial Manufacturing Buildings in Sri Lanka
AS Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra
The 10th International Conference on Engineering, Project, and Production …, 2020
42020
Risks associated with physical asset management: a literature review
T Premanathan, D Rajini, AS Weerasinghe
7th World Construction Symposium 2018: Built asset sustainability …, 2018
4*2018
Self-rated Motivational Drivers for Occupant Behaviours: A Case Study of Tertiary Office Buildings
AS Weerasinghe, EO Rasheed, JOB Rotimi
AUBEA 2022: The 45th Australasian Universities Building Education …, 2022
32022
Key Performance Indicators for Measuring the Performance of Facilities Management Services in Hotel Buildings: A Literature Review
WDIJ Fernando, DMPP Dissanayake, NHC Manjula, AS Weerasinghe
7th World Construction Symposium 2018: Built asset sustaianability …, 2018
32018
Proactive post-occupancy evaluation
E Rasheed, J Rotimi, N Vilasini, A Weerasinghe
Build 185, 68-69, 2021
22021
APPLICATION OF GREEN RETROFIT TECHNOLOGY: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
A Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra, JOB Rotimi
Emerging Technologies and Sustainability Principles in International …, 2020
22020
EFFECTS OF GREEN RETROFITS: A CASE OF INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING BUILDINGS IN SRI LANKA
AS Weerasinghe, T Ramachandra, A Nawarathna
Association of Researchers in Construction Management, ARCOM 2019 …, 2019
22019
Occupants’ Decision-Making of Their Energy Behaviours in Office Environments: A Case of New Zealand
AS Weerasinghe, EO Rasheed, JOB Rotimi
Sustainability 15, 2305, 2023
12023
Self-reported occupant behaviours and multi-domain comfort preferences in New Zealand tertiary office buildings
AS Weerasinghe, E Rasheed, JOB Rotimi
7TH NEW ZEALAND BUILT ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM, 334, 2022
12022
A Dilemma between Building Indoor Environment Preferences and Occupant Energy Behaviours
AS Weerasinghe, E Rasheed, JOB Rotimi
37th Annual ARCOM Conference, 2021
12021
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