Green Performance Contracting Strategy for Highway Construction Projects

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  • Publisher: University of Zagreb, Faculty of Civil Engineering
  • Journal: Organization, technology & management in construction : an international journal,volume 6,issue 3 (issn: 1847-5450, eissn: 1847-6228)
  • Publisher copyright policies & self-archiving
  • Subject: Green Performance Contracting; Climate Change; Highway Construction

With the growing awareness of sustainability and global climate change, state highway agencies are taking essential steps to reduce carbon emissions from highway infrastructure on a life cycle basis. While much is known regarding climate change mitigation and adapti... View more
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