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Sustainability Assessment Tools For Project-Oriented Organisations In The Building Industry: A Review

Shayeste Hamidi
University of Art
Iran

Behnod Barmayehvar
University of Art
Iran

Mehdi Delavari
University of Art
Iran

Mohammad Mahoud
3M-CEPM R&D Institute
Iran

The construction industry is the largest sector in job creation and has the most use of natural resources and the most productive of human waste and has the greatest impact on the economy. Hence, make a significant contribution to the development of all aspects of sustainable development, while the concept of sustainability is one of the most challenging issues for project-oriented organizations due to its ambiguity and controversial conflict between financial logic and social/environmental advocacy. Because projects can contribute to the sustainable development of organizations, after reviewing more than a thousand books, scientific articles, dissertations, reports, presentations and videos of conferences, etc. Briefly, we have found a lack of a sustainability assessment model in project-oriented organizations in the building industry. Considering the importance of sustainability in project-oriented organizations and on the other hand describing models and examining the strengths and weaknesses of existing models and the importance of turning to a comprehensive and integrated approach and also considering the success of maturity models in various fields, model design maturity that helps to measure and improve sustainability in project-oriented organizations in the construction industry and is in accordance with the culture of developing countries such as Iran feels logical and necessary.

 

 


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