Items where School / Department / Research Groups is "School of Architecture, Design & Construction > Department of Construction Management"
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Atkinson, Rowland Graham (1997) Gentrification and displacement in Greater London: an empirical and theoretical analysis. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Crews, Joseph MacNeal (1999) The planning and design of mental health treatment centres. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Desai, Apeksha (2012) Formulating an FM strategy for climate change mitigation and adaptation of commercial built assets. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Down, Peter G. (1976) Classification of building design information. MPhil thesis, Thames Polytechnic.
Dye, John V.H. and Simpson, Yvonne M. (2010) Briefing: Dividing up risk on UK defence estate works. Proceedings of the ICE - Management, Procurement and Law, 163 (1). pp. 3-6. ISSN 1751-4304 (print), 1751-4312 (online) (doi:10.1680/mpal.2010.163.1.3)
French, Christopher Paul (1996) Essex County Council primary schools (1973-1993): a design appraisal. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Georgiou, Marina Panayiotis (1997) The transformation in the construction of the timber counter-balanced box-framed sash window in London from manual to mechanical production. MPhil thesis, University of Greenwich.
Hamilton, Gavin (1984) Studies of the seasonal efficiency of domestic central heating appliances. MPhil thesis, Thames Polytechnic.
Murphy, Lyndon John (1991) An economic critique of strategic planning in Mid Glamorgan. MPhil thesis, Thames Polytechnic.
Stanford, Christopher Paul (2002) Thatching in Cambridgeshire. PhD thesis, University of Greenwich.
Stewart, Jill (2013) Margate’s private rented sector: delivering housing enforcement and family support in a seaside town. In: Chartered Institute of Enviromental Health 5th Housing and Health Conference. Effective Strategies and Interventions: environmental health and the private housing sector . Chartered Institute of Environmental Health and University of Greenwich, London, UK, pp. 24-26. ISBN 9781906989712