His primary scientific interests are in Waste management, Construction management, Operations management, Demolition and Construction waste. The concepts of his Waste management study are interwoven with issues in Falsework, Environmental economics and Body of knowledge. He has researched Construction management in several fields, including Competition, Market analysis, Public relations and Process management.
His Operations management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Risk analysis and Project management. His work in the fields of Demolition, such as Demolition waste, overlaps with other areas such as Bibliometric analysis and Social research. His Construction waste study incorporates themes from Benchmarking and Environmental planning.
Construction waste, Building information modeling, Construction management, Construction engineering and Demolition are his primary areas of study. Weisheng Lu interconnects Environmental economics, Environmental planning and Big data in the investigation of issues within Construction waste. His Building information modeling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Point cloud, Prefabrication, Systems engineering, Information management and Process management.
His Construction management research includes elements of Project management and Engineering management. Project management is frequently linked to Operations management in his study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Duration, Transport engineering and Waste generation.
His primary areas of investigation include Construction waste, Prefabrication, Building information modeling, Construction engineering and Environmental economics. His Construction waste research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Demolition, Environmental design, Environmental planning and Minification. His work deals with themes such as Manufacturing engineering and Body of knowledge, which intersect with Prefabrication.
His research investigates the link between Building information modeling and topics such as Engineering management that cross with problems in Maturity and Educational institution. His Construction engineering study also includes
Weisheng Lu mainly focuses on Construction waste, Prefabrication, Building information modeling, Certification and Environmental economics. The Construction waste study combines topics in areas such as Management system, Environmental planning, Recycled products, Public policy and Business case. His Prefabrication research includes themes of Construction engineering, Manufacturing engineering and Body of knowledge.
His Building information modeling study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Information model, Artifact and Data science. His research in Certification intersects with topics in Environmental design and Green building. Cwm and Life cycle costing are fields of study that overlap with his Environmental economics research.
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A framework for understanding waste management studies in construction
Weisheng Lu;Hongping Yuan.
A decade's debate on the nexus between corporate social and corporate financial performance: a critical review of empirical studies 2002–2011
Weisheng Lu;K.W. Chau;Hongdi Wang;Wei Pan.
Critical success factors for on-site sorting of construction waste: A china study
Jiayuan Wang;Hongping Yuan;Xiangping Kang;Weisheng Lu.
Competitiveness in construction: a critical review of research
Roger Flanagan;Weisheng Lu;Liyin Shen;Carol Jewell.
Scenarios for applying RFID technology in construction project management
Weisheng Lu;George Q. Huang;Heng Li.
An empirical investigation of construction and demolition waste generation rates in Shenzhen city, South China
Weisheng Lu;Hongping Yuan;Jingru Li;Jane J.L. Hao.
Prefabricated construction enabled by the Internet-of-Things
Ray Y. Zhong;Ray Y. Zhong;Yi Peng;Yi Peng;Fan Xue;Ji Fang.
Critical Success Factors for Competitiveness of Contractors: China Study
Weisheng Lu;Weisheng Lu;Liyin Shen;Michael C. H. Yam.
Exploring critical success factors for waste management in construction projects of China
Weisheng Lu;Hongping Yuan.
Using bargaining-game theory for negotiating concession period for BOT-type contract
L. Y. Shen;H. J. Bao;Y. Z. Wu;W. S. Lu.
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