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Dr Reyhaneh Shojaei

Projects

Complete list of projects, with the most recent at the top.
Understanding the socio-economic inhibitors to the take up of digital innovation in construction
Transforming construction is a social, cultural, economic and political challenge, and not just a technical problem, and our project will focus on the key social and cultural factors inhibiting digital uptake in the construction sector and which are holding back transformation across the construction supply chain. The research will seek to understand and then improve the socio-cultural bottlenecks preventing the uptake of technical innovations in construction.

Publications and Presentations

Complete list of publications and presentations, with the most recent at the top.
FileSocio-cultural and individual inhibitors to the take up of digital innovation and off-site manufacturing in construction
Exploring ways to tackle the challenges of the need for skills and training in the implementation of Building Information Modelling: a case study of two leading UK construction companies
Dr Reyhaneh Shojaei's presentation was given to an international audience on 19 November 2020.
How could better use of data and digital technologies improve the planning system?
Dr Rey Shojaei presented at the RTPI South West's online seminar 'How can digital technologies be used to promote positive planning?' on October 1, 2020.
Tackling the housing crisis through digital technologies and OSM
Our policy paper for the Bennett Institute of Public Policy at the University of Cambridge forms part of the series 'An Industrial Strategy for Tomorrow'.
State of the nation: sector report (Digital Innovation)
Dr Reyhaneh Shojaei's report sets out the current state of the UK construction industry in relation to the socio-economic inhibitors to the uptake of digital innovation.
Blog for CDBB - October 2019
Dr Rey Shojaei's blog for the Centre for Digital Built Britain explains the thinking behind her research into the socio-economic inhibitors to the take up of digital innovation in construction.
File text/x-nemerleState of the nation: sector report (DI)
File Objective-C source codeState of the nation: sector report (OSM)
FileDownload Template
FileHow could better use of data and digital technologies improve the planning system?
File text/x-nemerleOSM & Construction Industry Transformation
File D source codeExploring new ways to tackle the challenges of the need for skills and training in the implementation of BIM

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Jan 12, 2021

Houses of Cards? The Rules and Institutions of Housing Illegality in Western Countries

Progress in Planning publish paper by Sonia Alves

Jan 05, 2021

The paper, Divergence in planning for affordable housing: A comparative analysis of England and Portugal, was published online, in December 2020, by Progress in Planning,

Four futures, one choice

Dec 14, 2020

Richmond Ehwi contributed to the CDBB's e-book, 'Four Futures, One Choice', which challenges its readers to think choose practices and lifestyles that use resources and data wisely.

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