Database Publications

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Call for Papers Psychosocial and Organisational-Cultural Influences
Special Issue: Psychosocial and Organisational-Cultural influences on Construction Stakeholders' financial Performance. Some themes might include: Modelling financial performance, Non-financial performance measures, Employee empowerment, Economic value of investment(s).
Issue 7, 2016
Research Roadmap Disasters and the Built Environment
CIB Commission W120 – Disasters and the Built Environment, in collaboration with UNISDR – The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction – published a Research Roadmap focussing on how research can contribute to the planning for, and the design, construction and management of a built environment that has a maximum resilience against disasters. The publication can be downloaded (for free).
Issue 6, 2016


Of all CIB and CIB related publications descriptions are given, including: title, type of publication (for example: proceeding, state-of-the-art annalysis or practice recommendation), year of publication, where to download a free copy (if applicable) or where to order and for what price, which CIB commission is responsible (if applicable) and a brief summary of its content.

The Publications can be accessed via:
  • Go to database: via a search page that allows to search on a publication's title, year of publication, number of responsible CIB commission, author or registered CIB Publication number.

ICONDA . CIBlibrary

In principle all ever produced CIB publications are (or are being) included in the open access CIB library section of the ICONDA database as free downloadable PDF documents. This includes amongst others:
  • scanned copies of hundreds of older publications
  • both the full proceedings (± 25 each year) and the single papers (±over 2500 each year) from all CIB and CIB Co-sponsored conferences.
The database allows for a simple or more detailed search for papers and publications, using the indexing metadata as well as full-text search of the documents in the repository (digital manuscripts and OCR-processed hardcopy scans).

Specified search by title, author, year, source and keywords, as well as conference data, CIB Commissions/Task Groups or Priority Themes is provided.