• The barriers to a community contracts approach in post-disaster reconstruction 

      Zuo, Kelvin; Potangaroa, Regan; Wilkinson, Suzanne (6th International i-Rec Conference, 2013)
      The need to involve communities in post disaster reconstruction is seen as an imperative for sustainable if not ‘sensible’ post disaster reconstruction. One contractual approach is the use of community contracts. Such ...
    • Iwi resilience? : the Maori response following the February 22, 2011 Christchurch Earthquake 

      Kipa, M.; Potangaroa, Regan; Wilkinson, Suzanne (Australasian Universities Building Education Association, 2013)
      The apparent treatment of some Maori following the September 4 2010 Earthquake in Christchurch resulted in the setting up of a Maori Response Network MRN when the subsequent February 22 2011 Earthquake occurred. This ...
    • Long-term reconstruction in Christchurch: Learning from its governance structure 

      Chang-Richards, (Alice) Yan; Wilkinson, Suzanne; Seville, Erica; Brunsdon, David; Potangaroa, Regan (i-Rec 6th International Conference, 2013)
      New Zealand is prone to significant natural hazards. Past experience in New Zealand has demonstrated an ability to cope with small-scale natural disasters; but the recent Canterbury earthquake sequence, in particularly, ...
    • Mapping roles in an altered landscape: The impact of BIM on designer-constructor relationships 

      Davies, Kathryn; McMeel, Dermott; Wilkinson, Suzanne (International Council For Research And Innovation In Building And Construction (CIB), 2013)
      The increasing uptake of Building Information Modelling (BIM) is contributing to pressures and changes in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry, which require adjustments and adaptation in the roles ...
    • Soft skill requirements in a BIM project team 

      Davies, Kathryn; McMeel, Dermott; Wilkinson, Suzanne (International Council For Research And Innovation In Building And Construction (CIB), 2015-10)
      Building Information Modelling (BIM) o ers the possibility of prototyping building design and construction options in a simulated system, before construction begins, o ering the potential for improvements in productivity, ...