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MCRJ Volume 11 No. 2 2012

MCRJ Volume 11 No. 2 2012

Format Hardback / 100 pages
ISSN Number 1985 - 3807
 
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  Welcome to the eleventh issue of Malaysian Construction Research Journal (MCRJ). The editorial team would like to extend our gratitude to all authors and reviewers for their continuous contributions and valuable comments. It is hope that the readers will find beneficial information from this edition of MCRJ. 6 papers are discussed in this issue.

Kim S Elliott and Arnold Van Acker, shows the precast concrete industry is ideally placed to accommodate the higher demands by using experienced design teams and skilled labour in a quality controlled environment to produce high specification components for IBS. The key to success is the adoption of an off-site construction methodology from the outset, rather than trying to modify traditional solutions by converting existing cast in-situ concrete buildings to precast concrete IBS. Special materials, such as high strength and self compacting concrete, and the integration of building services, have special significance in IBS. Precast concrete structures need not be limited to rectangular shoe-box designs, and offer clients and architects many options for modern construction.
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