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Modern Civil and Structural Engineering
Prof. Low Sui Pheng,  National University of Singapore, Singapore
Department of Building
School of Design and Environment
National University of Singapore
10 Kent Ridge Crescent
Singapore
Research Interests
• Construction Productivity and Quality
• International Construction Marketing and Strategic Management
• Project Management: Best of East and West
Selected Publication List
• Gao S and S P Low (2015) Toyota Way style human resource management in large Chinese construction firms: A qualitative study, International Journal of Construction Management, 15(1):17-32.
• Singhaputtangkul N and S P Low (2015) Modelling a decision support tool for buildable and sustainable building envelope designs, Buildings, 5(2):521-535.
• Low S P, S Gao and K L Tiong (2015) Applying lean production principles to facilitate design of ramp-up factories, Facilities, 33(5):280-301.
• Chin B W A, S Gao and S P Low (2015) An institutional approach to understanding post-project reviews in the construction industry, International Surveying Research Journal, 5(1):1-19.
• Babatunde O K and S P Low (2015) Cross-cultural management and TQM implementation through ISO 9001: Findings from Chinese firms in the Nigerian construction industry, In Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on ISO and TQM, S Ho (ed.), 7-9 April 2015, Nairoibi, Kenya, pp1-8 (won the Best Sub-theme Paper Award).
• Low S P, S Gao and J L Lin (2015) Converging Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) and Lean Construction Practices for productivity enhancement. Some preliminary findings from Singapore, International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 64(4):831-852.
• Zhao X B, B G Hwang and S P Low (2015) Enterprise risk management in international construction firms: drivers and hindrances, Engineering, Construction & Architectural Management, 22(3):347-366.
• Dang T H G and S P Low (2014) Critical factors affecting the efficient use of public investments in infrastructure in Vietnam, ASCE Journal of Infrastructure Systems, 20(4):1-10.
• Gao S and S P Low (2014) The Last Planner System in China’s construction industry. A SWOT analysis on implementation, International Journal of Project Management, 32(5):1260-1272.
• Wu P, S P Low, B Xia and J Zuo (2014) Achieving transparency in carbon labelling for construction materials – Lessons from current assessment standards and carbon labels, Environmental Science & Policy, 44(4):11-25.
• Low S P, S Gao and W L Tay (2014) Comparative study of project management and critical success factors of greening new and existing buildings in Singapore, Structural Survey, 32(5):413-433.
• Zhao X B, B G Hwang and S P Low (2014) Enterprise Risk Management in construction firms: A proposed implementation framework, In Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on the Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, L Y Shen et al. (eds.), 1-3 November 2014, Chongqing University, Chongqing, China, pp917-924.
• Zhao X B, B G Hwang and S P Low (2014) Understanding Enterprise Risk Management Maturity in construction firms, In Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium on the Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate, L Y Shen et al. (eds.), 1-3 November 2014, Chongqing University, Chongqing, China, pp905-915 (won an Excellent Paper Award).
• Low S P, S Gao and Y L See (2014) Strategies and measures for implementing ecolabelling schemes in Singapore’s construction industry, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 89:31-40.
• Gao S and S P Low (2014) The Toyota Way model: an alternative framework for lean construction, Total Quality Management & Business Excellence, 25(6):664-682.
• Zhao X B, B G Hwang and S P Low (2014) Enterprise risk management implementation in construction firms: An organizational change perspective, Management Decision, 52(5):814-833.
• Deng X P, S P Low and X B Zhao (2014) Project system vulnerability to political risks in international construction projects: the case of Chinese contractors, Project Management Journal, 45(2):20-33.
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