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January 11, 2024 1 Comment

Analogous estimation is a valuable tool for life cycle costing (LCC) in civil engineering and transport infrastructure projects. It involves comparing the proposed project to similar existing projects and using their cost data

September 27, 2023 13 Comments

In the realm of civil engineering, assessing and mitigating the environmental impact of projects is of paramount importance. As we strive towards a sustainable future, understanding and quantifying the carbon emissions associated with

September 27, 2023 0 Comments

Carbon quantification plays a pivotal role in understanding and mitigating environmental impacts in the quest for sustainable civil engineering projects. At the early stages of design maturity, engineers employ two fundamental approaches: the

August 12, 2023 0 Comments

Whole Life Cycle Costing (WLCC) and Life Cycle Costing (LCC) are both approaches used in project management, specifically in infrastructure and civil engineering government-funded projects, to assess the total cost of a project

August 12, 2023 0 Comments

Life cycle costing is a way to figure out the total cost of an infrastructure project over its entire lifetime. Instead of just looking at the upfront construction costs, it considers all the

August 7, 2023 4 Comments

Parametric estimating is a cost-estimating technique that uses historical data and statistical relationships to develop models that can be used to estimate future costs. It is a valuable tool for construction companies, as

August 4, 2023 0 Comments

Transportation technology has had a significant impact on the development of the world in the past, is still influencing it now, and will have a substantial effect on the development of the world

August 3, 2023 1 Comment

The Green Book is a set of guidelines issued by HM Treasury on how to appraise policies, programmes, and projects. Government departments and agencies use it to assess the costs and benefits of

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In recent decades, global urbanisation has accelerated human population expansion, requiring more material resources. Construction uses 32% of natural resources (Yeheyis et al., 2012). However, this figure is lower than in the 1990s

May 3, 2023 0 Comments

Transport infrastructure appraisal and cost planning are critical components of any transportation project. This guide provides expert insights into the process, including case studies and best practices for success. Whether you're a transportation