Siti Rashidah Mohd Nasir

Siti Rashidah Mohd Nasir
Universiti Teknologi MARA | UiTM · Faculty of Civil Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering

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Construction projects in Malaysia are currently facing various problems on sustainability due to the negative perception of construction activity widely spread among stakeholders. In addition, there is a gap of knowledge and awareness on sustainable construction and its practices. This led to the concerns of government and private sectors to be mor...
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Malaysia's construction industry is going from strength to strength, with a whole host of newly-announced projects promising to increase activity. Moreover, the construction industry is a very important part of Malaysian economy. The country already has a lot of projects ongoing and under the pipelines, with an ever-changing urban landscape offerin...
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Enrolment of students in Malaysia tertiary level programs related to STEM-based has shown a significant reduction in numbers which resulted in a decreasing number of enrolment in the Degree of Civil Engineering programs. The purpose of this study is to identify the level of student’s awareness; factors that influence the students; and suggestions f...
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The common issues of energy services related to customers’ complaints are delays in billing, inaccurate consumption measurement, lack of breakdown information, lack of real-time billing, and energy consumption. A questionnaire survey was conducted using face-to-face methods during the pre-installation phase to determine the customers’ awareness, ac...
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A construction project failure primarily defined as disappointment in either one or the combination of cost, time, quality, and management. This study is an effort to identify the Critical Success Factors (CSFs) and the relationship between various attributes of a project success. A preliminary comprehensive literature study of previous research wo...
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Rapid growth in construction activities in Kuala Lumpur resulted in increasing of construction waste problems. Construction waste gives a negative impact to the environment, cost, time, productivity and social of the country. This paper studies the challenges of construction waste management faced by the contractors undertake projects in Kuala Lump...
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Construction projects are difficult to be built exactly as stipulated in the original contract or construction drawings. Most of this agreement requires As-Built Drawings (ABD which represent construction modifications. Despite of the importance of ABDs, producing accurate and timely ABDs have been persistent problem in the construction industry in...
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Neglecting to properly choose the right combination of entry mode and entry timing strategies can lead to poor performance in international business ventures. The paper focuses on the linking of entry timing (ET) and entry mode (EM) decisions and the factors influencing both decisions. By consolidating the findings for both entry decisions, an ETEM...
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Market expansion into international markets has been increasingly important for Malaysian construction firms. Thus, firms must adopt effective strategies to face various challenges in unfamiliar environments. Entry location (EL) consideration is the first and most critical business strategy for firms to determine "where the markets are", in order t...
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Market entry timing decision is among the most critical strategies made by a firm to expand internationally. In a dynamic and competitive international environment, the entry timing decision involves the need to balance the early entry risks and the problems in losing opportunities as a result of late entry. This study proposes a theoretical framew...
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Flood occurrence has become a national issue as it threatens life and property and disrupts social and economic activities. In Malaysia, more than 85 water basins were identified as prone to flood. Although flood occurs frequently and is the most severe of all disasters in Malaysia, the awareness and preparedness of communities in facing flood are...
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This chapter describes the perspective of stakeholders on flash flood in Kuala Lumpur. This chapter includes how to identify major causes of flash flood, major effects of flash flood, and suitable mitigation options to reduce flash flood in Kuala Lumpur. The questionnaire survey has been used to collect data from targeted respondents. The targeted...
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This book highlights research in flood related areas and sustainable management conducted by researchers around the world, compiling their innovative work in order to share best practices for managing floods and recommended flood solutions. The individual papers cover the fundamentals and latest advances in the areas of flood research and managemen...
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International market entry strategies involve three major decisions: which market to enter (entry location), when to enter the selected location (entry timing) and how to enter (entry mode). Entry modes and factors influencing the entry mode choices have been the subjects of interest in international market strategic management research but is stil...
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Market entry timing decision is among the most critical strategies made by a firm to expand internationally. In a dynamic and competitive international environment, the entry timing decision involves the need to balance the early entry risks and the problems in losing opportunities as a result of late entry. This study proposes a theoretical framew...
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Market entry strategy is used to make the firm's entering new foreign market possible to expand their businesses in terms of services, products, technology, human and other resources. It requires the firm to decide which market to enter (market selection decision), how to enter (entry mode decision), and when to enter (entry timing decision). Hence...
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Market entry decision is among the most critical strategies made by a firm to expand internationally. In a dynamic and competitive international environment, entry timing decision involves the need to balance the early entry risks and the problems in losing opportunities as a result of late entry. This study investigates the advantages and disadvan...
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Competitive and saturated construction markets has led many domestic firms to expand internationally. Hence, the firms must adopt a superior and an effective strategy in order to endure the increasing dynamics and uncertainties in the foreign markets. In the early stage of strategic planning, one of the basic but important steps is to identify the...
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Automation Technology has been widely used in the construction by developed country such as Japan and South Korea because of its good performance and beyond satisfactory in project workmanship. However, in Malaysian construction industry, Automation Technology is poorly accepted by the construction players. Implementation of Automation Technology m...
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International market expansion involves a strategic process of market entry decision through which a firm expands its operation from domestic to the international domain. Hence, entry timing choices require the needs to balance the early entry risks and the problems in losing opportunities as a result of late entry into a new market. Questionnaire...
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International market entry strategy is used to make the firm's entering new foreign market possible to expand their businesses in terms of services, products, technology, human and other resources. Entry decision is among the most critical strategies made by a firm relative to international market expansion. The firm has to decide which market to e...
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Project success is defined as the overall achievement of project goals and expectations. However, the way project success was measured changed over the life of the project, with time and cost typically being the most important priorities during the project definition to execution phases. This study examines the key factors that influencing the succ...
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A recent globalization has impacted significantly the construction industry worldwide and it is frequently transformed into creation of new emerging markets. Going international is commonly understood as a strategic process of market entry decision through which a firm moves from operating purely in its domestic market to the international market....
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A tremendous demand of development worldwide has gained interest of Malaysian construction firms to venture into international construction domain. Identifying and analyzing major determinants of the firm's internal and external factors are crucial in order to ease the complexity in global market expansion. This paper identifies the relative import...
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Forecasting project cost performance is a paramount important to the project controls process in construction industry. In making profits, today’s construction organization requires an ability to predict, well ahead of time, project performance. Thus, necessary and timely corrective actions need to be taken if project lagged of time or exceed budge...

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