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    HKU ResearcherPage: Ng, TST
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    Professor Ng, Thomas Shiu Tong
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    Publication list (Conference Papers)
    Results 1-20 of 117
    Result pages: 1
    LCA modelling for building construction processesDONG, Y; Ng, TST201327
    BIMatizing prefabrication housing construction in Hong Kong: Contexts, frameworks, and challenges aheadLu, W; Huang, GQ; Ng, TST; Shen, QP; Gao, Y201310
    Design solutions to reduce the carbon emissions of existing residential buildings in Hong KongNg, TST; Kwan, PY201330
    Construction stakeholders’ perception towards carbon trading schemesNg, TST; Luk, WLH201319
    Life cycle assessment of precast concrete unitsDONG, Y; Wong, CTC; Ng, TST; Wong, JMW201337
    Application of relationally integrated value networks in the implementation of BIM for better life cycle considerations of buildingsREN, A; Kumaraswamy, MM; WONG, KWK; Ng, TST201335
    A framework to establish suitable sustainable refurbishment strategies for residential buildingsNg, TST; Ai, EXF201331
    Is labelling the way forward to delineate green construction materials?Ng, TST; Chan, HL201337
    Selection of financial performance indicators for construction companies in Hong Kong by factor analysisTsang, YT; Ng, TST; Lam, KC201270
    The contribution and effectiveness of carbon footprint evaluation in building environmental assessment tools in Hong KongChen, Y; Ng, TST2012103
    Pragmatic measures to encourage contractors contributing towards emission reductionNg, ST; Kwok, CTS201255
    A multi-objective optimization model for sustainable building design using genetic algorithms and fuzzy set theoryWu, H; Ng, TST201253
    Potentials and barriers of establishing a carbon labelling system for the construction industryNg, TST; Wong, JMW; Chen, KY2011120
    A carbon footprint assessment framework for glass in buildingWong, JMW; Ng, TST201165
    Towards low carbon housing development: carbon emission estimationHo, WI; Wong, JMW; Ng, TST2011108
    Concerns of the society on new mega infrastructure and construction projects in Hong KongNg, ST; Hon, WCW201168
    The desire for the construction industry to move towards lifecycle carbon emissions analysisNg, TST; Veronika, A; Skitmore, M2011173
    A study on the composition of construction logistics costsFang, Y; Ng, TST2010208
    A multiple regression model for predicting the volume of public works in Hong KongNg, TST; Liu, Q201096
    The features of existing building environmental assessment methods in carbon emission analysisChen, Y; Ng, TST; Wong, JMW2010233
    Result pages: 1



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