Topic 26: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Construction Laws Pertaining to Environmental Safety in the U.K
Research Aim: Environmental conservation is the most fundamental part of any engineering project in the modern-day scenario. This construction law dissertation topic aims to examine the environmental laws in the UK that can make a project a success or a failure.
Topic 27: Comparative Analysis of Quantity Surveying and Estimation Techniques used in Large Scale Projects of the U.K: A Case of Analysing Top 3 Methods being Applied in the Industry with the Focus on Road Construction Projects
Research Aim: Finding good dissertation topics in construction quantity surveying is difficult. This construction engineering dissertation examines the need for material quantity using multiple surveying techniques. It compares the results after experimentation to find the best-suited surveying methods in mega-road projects.
Topic 28: Technological Application to Mitigate Workplace Safety Risks in Construction Projects: A Case Study
Research Aim: This construction engineering research addresses the crucial issue of safety and accidental risk in a construction project. The researcher applies various tech-based solutions to mitigate risks prevailing concerns to the health and safety of the workers on site.
Topic 29: Supply Chain Optimization Strategies to Eliminate Conflicts in Complex Construction Projects
Research Aim: This construction engineering dissertation examines multiple supply chain strategies currently being implemented in construction projects. The study aims to assess and eliminate conflict-causing factors in projects.
Topic 30: The role of EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) phases in Enhancing Project Performance during Different Phases - A Case Study of Mega Residential Project of the UK
Research Aim: The dissertation is a case study of a large-scale residential project. It explores the overall performance of the project by dividing it into various phases. The design, development, engineering, procurement, and construction phases are analyzed at various parameters.
Topic 31: A Review of the Positive and Negative Aspects of labour Multiskilling in the Construction Projects
Research Aim: This research aims to understand the impact of labour multiskilling in construction projects. In construction operations, labour plays an essential role. Multiskilled labour can have a positive impact on the timely delivery of the project.
Topic 32: Construction Laws and their Implication on the Project Delivery Timelines
Research Aim: Most construction law dissertation topics concern environmental concerns, health and safety, and contractual regulations. However, this construction law dissertation focuses on the impact of these laws on timely delivery and project delays.
Topic 33: BIM Security: Exploring the Application of BIM in the Security of Premises using the Cyber Security Facilitating Technologies
Research Aim: The primary aim of the study is to explore if BIM can be integrated with the existing security technology, protocols and databases to optimise the security of sensitive buildings such as high-profile corporate offices, prisons and power plants.
Topic 34: Analysing the Factors Effecting Productivity of Construction Projects
Research Aim The primary aim of the study is to assess the effect of factors – technology, labour, and external forces on the productivity of construction projects. The study assesses the need for productivity in construction projects to reduce the cost of projects. The study focuses on mostly mega projects, such as big infrastructure projects in the UK. The data is collected using questionnaire surveys and structured interview questions of construction engineers in the UK. The data will be analysed using PLS-SEM and narrative analysis, respectively.
Topic 35: The Impact of Integrated System Dynamics on Social Sustainability of Construction Projects
Research Aim: The primary aim of the study is to assess the social dimensions of sustainability in construction projects. The study identifies and examines the social factors that affect sustainability construction projects. The research has been conducted using the systems dynamics approach by inserting the social dimensions in cause-effect models. The is analysed to identify the root causes of the social sustainability performance of projects.
Topic 36: Understanding the Perspectives of Stakeholders in Construction Projects: the Effects of Communication and Society on Construction Projects
Research Aim: The primary aim of the study is to assess the impact of communication and society on stakeholders of a construction project. The research studies these latent variables using several defining dimensions to comprehend a relationship between the variables. The data is collected using a questionnaire distributed to construction engineers. The data is then analysed using structured equation modelling in Smart PLS 3.0.
Topic 37: Examining the Impact of Sustainability and Value Enhancements on Construction Projects in the UK
Research Aim: The primary aim of the study is to assess the effects of value enhancement and sustainability concepts on improving project values of the construction industry in the UK. The study assesses if these concepts may optimise the value of construction projects in the country’s industry. The study is conducted using empirical methods of data collection and analysis. Questionnaire surveys are distributed to construction engineers for the data to be analysed using the Relative Importance Index (RII).
Topic 38: An Investigation of Remote Working of Civil Engineering Staff during Covid-19 and Its Impact
Research Aim: This study aims to investigate the new normal working conditions around the globe and their impact on construction works, their management and sustainability. The research articulates the advantages, disadvantages and challenges of remote working. Data is being collected from control sites where remote working protocols are established, and works are going on. The data is then compared to extract the results from the comparison. The study aims to provide a comprehensive overlook of the remote working conditions are sustainable.