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Green buildings: a Mauritian built environment stakeholders’ perspective
(University of the Free State, 2011)
English: The earth’s health is deteriorating and will deteriorate even more rapidly unless people adopt eco-friendly policies. Green building has long been a concept but it has not yet been universally applied in practice. ...
The potential of built-environment professionals’ contribution towards emerging contractor development
(University of the Free State, 2012)
Emerging contractors have enjoyed greater privileges since the advent of the new South African dispensation. The state has put many resources, ranging from enabling legislative laws and regulations to the funding of ...
Causes of defects in the South African housing construction industry: perceptions of built-environment stakeholders
(University of the Free State, 2013)
English: This article emanates from research investigating the biggest cause that leads to defects in houses; the most common type of defect, and why projects fail in project-management terms (due to defects). Results ...
The perceived economic impact of the City of Johannesburg’s storm water attenuation policy on private property developers
(University of the Free State, 2009)
English: Over recent years storm water attenuation policy has become a contentious issue for the property development community, both locally and internationally. Increased urbanisation has forced municipal authorities ...