Syed Shujaa Safdar Gardezi
Syed Shujaa Safdar Gardezi
IBADAT International University, Islamabad
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Time extension factors in construction industry of Pakistan
SSS Gardezi, IA Manarvi, SJS Gardezi
Procedia Engineering 77, 196-204, 2014
Challenges for implementation of building information modeling (BIM) in Malaysian construction industry
SSS Gardezi, N Shafiq, MF Nuruddin, SA Farhan, UA Umar
Applied Mechanics and Materials 567, 559-564, 2014
Carbon footprint assessment of a typical low rise office building in Malaysia using building information modelling (BIM)
N Shafiq, MF Nurrudin, SSS Gardezi, AB Kamaruzzaman
International Journal of Sustainable Building Technology and Urban …, 2015
Prospects of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Malaysian construction industry as conflict resolution tool
SSS Gardezi, N Shafiq, MFB Khamidi
Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy 3 (11), 346-350, 2013
A multivariable regression tool for embodied carbon footprint prediction in housing habitat
SSS Gardezi, N Shafiq, NAWA Zawawi, MF Khamidi, SA Farhan
Habitat International 53, 292-300, 2016
4D BIM application in AEC industry: Impact on integrated project delivery
UA Umar, N Shafiq, A Malakahmad, MF Nurudin, MF Khamidi, SA Farhan, ...
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology 10 (5), 547-552, 2015
Strategies for adopting building information modeling (Bim) in sustainable building projects—A case of Malaysia
B Manzoor, I Othman, SSS Gardezi, E Harirchian
Buildings 11 (6), 249, 2021
Operational carbon footprint prediction model for conventional tropical housing: a Malaysian prospective
SSS Gardezi, N Shafiq
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 16 (12), 7817-7826, 2019
BIM-based research framework for sustainable building projects: a strategy for mitigating BIM implementation barriers
B Manzoor, I Othman, SSS Gardezi, H Altan, SB Abdalla
Applied Sciences 11 (12), 5397, 2021
Embodied carbon potential of conventional construction materials used in typical Malaysian single storey low cost house using Building Information Modeling (BIM)
SSS Gardezi, N Shafiq, NAWA Zawawi, SA Farhan
Advanced Materials Research 1043, 242-246, 2014
Soil improvement using waste marble dust for sustainable development
A Waheed, MU Arshid, RA Khalid, SSS Gardezi
Civil Engineering Journal 7 (9), 1594-1607, 2021
Minimization of Embodied Carbon Footprint from Housing Sector of Malaysia
SSS Gardezi
Reduction of embodied CO2 emissions from conventional single storey house in Malaysia by recycled materials using Building Information Modeling (BIM)
N Shafiq, MF Nuruddin, SSS Gardezi, SA Farhan, HAM Al Rawy
Adv. Environ. Biol. 9, 17-21, 2015
Embodied carbon of buildings: tools, methods and strategies
SA Farhan, N Shafiq, KA Azizli, UA Umar, SSS Gardezi
Applied Mechanics and Materials 567, 565-570, 2014
S et. al.(2013). Time Extension Factors in Construction Industry of Pakistan
SS Gardezi, IA Manarvi, S Gardezi
Science Direct 2 (1), 196-204, 0
Assessment of Embodied Carbon Footprint of an Educational Building in Pakistan Using Building Information Modeling (BIM)
SMH Shah, A Junaid, RH Khan, SSS Gardezi
Collaboration and Integration in Construction, Engineering, Management and …, 2021
Knowledge-Based Prediction of Load-Carrying Capacity of RC Flat Slab through Neural Network and FEM
A Ahmad, MU Arshid, T Mahmood, N Ahmad, A Waheed, SS Safdar
Mathematical Problems in Engineering 2021, 2021
Prospects of a Sustainable EOL-Carbon Footprint Assessment of a Tropical Housing Habitat
SSS Gardezi, N Shafiq
Proceedings of the International Conference on Civil, Offshore and …, 2021
Construction delays assessment-A case study of interchange project in Pakistan
MB Ali, K Ateeq, HM Ali, SS Safdar
13th International Congress on Advances in Civil Engineering, 12-14, 2018
Recurrent carbon footprint assessment and forecasting for conventional housing in tropical regions: A Malaysian case study
N Shafiq, SSS Gardezi, M Nuruddin, A Zawawi, NA Wan
Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy, 2017
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