The next Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organisation has been announced. It will take place in Gothenburg, Sweden on 13-14 June 2017. For more information, take a look at the announcement flyer and the call for papers.
Award winners at 8th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organisation 2015
Winner of the best paper award:
Christoph Merschbrock and Alejandro Figueres-Munoz, Oslo and Akershus University College, Norway with the paper: Circumventing Obstacles in Digital Construction Design – A Workaround Theory Perspective.
Winners of best doctoral paper award:
Janni Tjell and Petra M. Bosch-Sijtsema, Chalmers University of Technology with the paper: Visual Management in Mid-sized Construction Design Projects
We congratulate the winners, pictured with Chairman of CREON, Kalle Kähkonen (right) and Brian Atkin (left).
The papers are published in Procedia Economics and Finance, 2015 (Vol. 21).
8th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization
Leadership for targeted change and proven advancements 28-29 May 2015 Tampere, Finland http://www.ceo2015.org/
Nordic conferences on Construction Economics and Organization have been biennial events for academics and industry people. These events are bringing together experts globally and those particularly from Nordic countries for sharing and learning new knowledge, to meet colleagues, get new connection and to visit/see interesting construction case projects or companies. For academics these conferences are important publishing channels. The accepted double blind reviewed papers are published using recognised academic media.
Abstract submission deadline September 15, 2014
We welcome both academic and industry contributions to the 8th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organization. A special program for doctoral students is provided within this conference. Abstracts and full papers shall be double-blind reviewed by leading experts. The accepted papers shall be published in the conference proceedings book. The best contributions shall be recognized via best paper awards and chances for getting their papers published via short track in a well-known scientific journal.
The 8th Nordic conference on Construction Economics and Organization has its focus on the business environment change described above and its consequences. With its general theme “Leadership for targeted change and proven advancements” this conference is bringing together leading experts from academia and industry for showing the way ahead based on the latest research based findings and industrial experiences. We welcome contributions from industry, research institutes and academics. Accordingly, a somewhat more specific themes of the conference include, but are not limited to:
- Innovations for improved construction quality and performance
- Paradigm changes – what is expected from real estate and construction sector and what is ahead of us?
- Understanding the value of spaces, buildings and built environment
- Different stakeholders in the real estate and construction sector – Solutions for their integration and management
- New procurement models and approaches
- Reshaping construction management for improved and resource efficiency
- Digitalised construction and real estate management practices
- Other research-based or business-based results having linkage to the overall conference theme
Please visit the website http://www.ceo2015.org/ to submit an abstract and to find more information about the event
Award winners at 7th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organisation 2013
Winner of Statsbygg best paper award:
Hedley Smyth, University College London with the paper: “Green” or maturing? Environmental sustainability in marketing and business development amongst construction majors.
Winners of Statsbygg best young researcher award:
Therese Eriksson, Chalmers University of Technology with the paper: Learning in the early design phase of an infrastructure development project.
Selamawit M. Fufa, Norwegian University of Science and Technology with the paper: LCA of nano-coated wooden claddings utilizing accelerated ageing test results.
We congratulate the winners, here pictured with the representative of Statsbygg, Hilde Nordskogen to the left and Chairman of CREON, Ole Jonny Klakegg at the back.
The papers can be found at http://tapironline.no/tidsskrift/omtidsskrift/35 together with the other papers from the conference.
CREON will have its general assembly at the 7th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organisation in Trondheim on 13 June 2013. We welcome everyone. More information can be obtained by contacting the CREON chairman Ole Jonny Klakegg and by following this link: CREON General Assembly Meeting 2013 final
We are pleased to announce that the first key note speakers for the 7th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organisation have been confirmed.
Prof. Graham Winch
Graham is currently Professor of Project Management in Manchester Business School and Jubilee Professor, Chalmers University. A social scientist by training, he is also an author who has written several books and published over 40 refereed journal articles.
Prof. Anne Grete Hestnes
NTNU Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Her main scientific interest is in the areas of energy conservation and the use of solar energy in buildings. She is Director of the National Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research – Zero Emission Buildings.
About the conference
The 7th Nordic Conference on Construction Economics and Organisation is hosted by NTNU and SINTEF. The conference starts Wednesday 12 June 2013 and finishes Friday 14 June 2013. The conference is located at NTNU Gløshaugen campus in Trondheim, Norway.
The conference will focus on green urbanization. Urbanization is meant in a wide perspective, and green indicates the consequences for construction organization and economy from ongoing development, as well as the industry’s ambitions for the future.
Deadline for Submission of abstracts: 15 June 2012
Topics for abstracts and papers include, but are not limited to the following:
The Sustainability Perspective:
• Climate change
• Energy use in buildings
• Environment in existing buildings
• Policy and Strategy
• Vitalising public sector
• Stimulating development
• Financial incentives
Challenges in Urbanisation:
• Climate Neutrality
• Dwellings and Work Places
• Land Use and City Limits
• Viable Transport and Infrastructure
Organisation for Execution:
• Implementing large initiatives
• Effective Actions
• Relevant Choices
• Models and Criteria
• Analysis and Assessments
• Clients and users
• Building Process and Productivity
• New Technology
• Integrated design and delivery solutions
For more information visit: http://www.ntnu.no/7nordic