ITcon Vol. 16, pg. 635-636, http://www.itcon.org/2011/36

Editorial - innovation in construction e-business

published:May 2011
editor(s):Turk ŽŽ
authors:Srinath Perera, Prof.
School of Built & Natural Environment, Northumbria University, UK
Email: Srinath.perera@northumbria.ac.uk

Kirti Ruikar, Dr.
Dept. of Civil and Building Engineering, Loughborough University, UK
Email: k.d.ruikar@lboro.ac.uk

Bingunath Ingirige, Dr.
School of Built Environement, University of Salford, UK
Email: M.J.B.Ingirige@salford.ac.uk
summary:The use of e-Business within the construction industry has steadily grown over the last decade. However, despite the successes being widely publicized, it is perceived that progress is limited and constrained within the industry. Thus, there are still drivers to be harnessed and barriers to be overcome. The successes achieved in other industries could be transposed and implemented within the construction industry. Many models have been suggested to successfully implement, integrate and embed e-Business within the construction industry. The aim of this special issue is closely aligned with that of a special session on ‘Innovation in Construction e-Business’ at the 6th International Conference on Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) on June 9-11, 2010. A selection of papers submitted to the conference special session in Innovation in Construction e-Business has been reviewed along with additional papers for publication in this ITcon special issue.
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citation:Srinath Perera, Kirti Ruikar, Bingunath Ingirige (2011). Editorial - innovation in construction e-business, ITcon Vol. 16, Special issue Innovation in Construction e-Business, pg. 635-636, http://www.itcon.org/2011/36