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The organization of construction research in British universities

Lansley, P., Luck, R. and Lupton, S. (1995) The organization of construction research in British universities. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2 (3). pp. 179-195. ISSN 0969-9988

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The paper provides details of the size and scope of construction research carried out in a number of architecture, civil engineering and building related departments in British universities. After considering the level of funding, the type of research projects undertaken and the resulting outputs, especially how these benefit industry, the paper focuses on the careers of academics and researchers and the way in which research is organized at university, departmental and team levels. Finally, the paper suggests that whilst the construction research community in universities has many strengths, there is a danger that in responding to recent opportunities it may overreach itself. The end result may be disappointing for all parties involved. Some of the factors which would contribute to an effective approach to the development of links between universities and industry are discussed.

Item Type:Article
Divisions:Science > School of the Built Environment
ID Code:19931

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