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Al-Homoud, M S and Khan, M M (2004) Assessing safety measures in residential buildings in Saudi Arabia. Building Research & Information, 32(04), 300–5.

Al-Sabah, R, Menassa, C C and Hanna, A (2014) Evaluating impact of construction risks in the Arabian Gulf Region from perspective of multinational architecture, engineering and construction firms. Construction Management and Economics, 32(04), 382-402.

Andreu, I C and Oreszczyn, T (2004) Architects need environmental feedback. Building Research & Information, 32(04), 313–28.

Bowen, P, Allen, Y, Edwards, P, Cattell, K and Simbayi, L (2014) Guidelines for effective workplace HIV/AIDS intervention management by construction firms. Construction Management and Economics, 32(04), 362-81.

Carbonara, N, Costantino, N and Pellegrino, R (2014) Revenue guarantee in public-private partnerships: a fair risk allocation model. Construction Management and Economics, 32(04), 403-15.

Javed, A A, Lam, P T I and Chan, A P C (2014) Change negotiation in public-private partnership projects through output specifications: an experimental approach based on game theory. Construction Management and Economics, 32(04), 323-48.

Myers, D and Wyatt, P (2004) Rethinking urban capacity: identifying and appraising vacant buildings. Building Research & Information, 32(04), 285–92.

Perng, Y-H and Chang, C-L (2004) Data mining for government construction procurement. Building Research & Information, 32(04), 38.

Priemus, H (2004) Dutch contracting fraud and governance issues. Building Research & Information, 32(04), 306–12.

Roumboutsos, A and Saussier, S (2014) Public-private partnerships and investments in innovation: the influence of the contractual arrangement. Construction Management and Economics, 32(04), 349-61.

Wakili, K G, Bundi, R and Binder, B (2004) Effective thermal conductivity of vacuum insulation panels. Building Research & Information, 32(04), 293–9.