Talkin’ Rubbish – Construction Waste unconstrained by profit, but not cost to consumer?

This article was jointly prepared and published by Associate Professor Vivian Tam and Adjunct Fellow David Chandler - Construction: SCEM Western Sydney University. Despite the green claims industry makes about the growing amount of the waste it creates being recycled, there is no avoiding the fact that this waste costs consumers who have no hand in avoiding it in the first place. But the bigger the downstream waste industry gets,

What’s the Biggest Risk in Construction Today?

No matter who you talk to in the construction value chain, there will be a different view of construction risk and who should bear it. My article in today's Sourceable (link below) elaborates on what I firmly believe today's construction industry really needs to come to terms with. I hope you find it interesting. I also pointed to Finith Jernigan’s, ‘Big BIM - little bim’, and his chapters dealing with

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