Curriculum Vitae






John E. Taylor

Frederick Law Olmsted Professor
Construction and Infrastructure Systems Engineering
Mason 4140C
404.894.8021




Biography

John E. Taylor is the Frederick Law Olmsted Professor. Taylor studies the dynamics where human and engineered networks meet, making him an ideal fit for an endowed professorship named for the father of landscape architecture and a designer who believed engineered infrastructure should be both functional and aesthetically appealing, serving society’s needs while also creating more livable and healthy communities. Taylor has been an entrepreneur and worked as a project manager before starting his career in higher education. He taught most recently at Virginia Tech, where he was a dean’s faculty fellow in the College of Engineering and a Preston and Catharine White fellow in the College of Architecture and Urban Studies.

Education

  • B.S., Civil Engineering, Tulane University
  • M.S., Civil Engineering, Tulane University
  • M.S., Logistical Systems Management, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
  • Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Stanford University

Research Interests

  • Building-occupant network dynamics
  • Extreme event dynamics
  • Globalizing network dynamics
  • Information system integration dynamics
  • Network dynamics simulation

Honors

  • 2016, Certificate of Teaching Excellence: Virginia Tech College of Engineering.
  • 2016, Outstanding Reviewer Distinction: Applied Energy (Elsevier Journal).
  • 2015, John L. Tishman Distinguished Lecturer: University of Michigan.
  • 2015, Outstanding Reviewer Distinction: Applied Energy (Elsevier Journal).
  • 2015-2016, Preston and Catharine White Fellow: Virginia Tech Office of the Provost.
  • 2014, Outstanding Reviewer Distinction: Energy and Buildings (Elsevier Journal).
  • 2011-2016, NSF CAREER Award: National Science Foundation Early Career Development (CAREER) Award.
  • 2009-2013, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Industry Studies Fellowship: Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

Awards

  • 2015, Best Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper Award (Honorable Mention): ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering.
  • 2015, ASCE Daniel W. Halpin Award for Scholarship in Construction.
  • 2014, Favorite Faculty Award: Virginia Tech’s Division of Student Affairs.
  • 2014, G. V. Loganathan Teaching Award for Excellence in Civil Engineering Education: Virginia Tech Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
  • 2013-2016, Dean’s Faculty Fellow Award: Virginia Tech’s College of Engineering.
  • 2013, XCaliber Award: Virginia Tech’s Provost Office.
  • 2013, CII Distinguished Professor Award: Construction Industry Institute.
  • 2013, Distinguished Service Award: Engineering Project Organization Society.
  • 2012, Best Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper Award: ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering.
  • 2012, Paper of the Year Award: Project Management Journal.
  • 2012, Outstanding Reviewer Award: ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering.
  • 2011, Outstanding CII Instructor Award: Construction Industry Institute.
  • 2010, Best Peer-Reviewed Journal Paper Award: ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering.
  • 2009, ASCE Thomas Fitch Rowland Research Prize: American Society of Civil Engineers.
  • 2009, Best Paper Award: LEAD Specialty Conference on Global Governance in Project Organizations.
  • 2008, Best Journal Paper Award: ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management.
  • 2008, Best Paper Award (Honorable Mention): Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Annual Industry Studies Best Paper Prize competition.
  • 2007, Best Student Paper Award: North American Association for Computational Social and Organization Science Annual Conference 2007.
  • 2007, Beacon of Excellence Best Paper Award: ASCE 2007 Construction Research Congress.
  • 2006, Overall Best Paper Award: North American Association for Computational Social and Organization Science Annual Conference 2006.

Articles

  1. Sonta, A., Jain, R., Gulbinas, R., Moura, J. and Taylor, J. (accepted for publication). “OESPG: A Computational Framework for Multidimensional Analysis of Occupant Energy Use Data in Commercial Buildings," ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering.
  2. Han, Y., Taylor, J. and Pisello, A. (accepted for publication). "Exploring Mutual Shading and Mutual Reflection Inter-building Effects on Building Energy Performance," Applied Energy.
  3. Khosrowpour, A., Xie, Y., Taylor, J. and Hong, Y. (2016). "One Size Does Not Fit All: Establishing the Need for Targeted Eco-Feedback," Applied Energy, 184: 523-530.
  4. Mohammadi, N., Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Diffusion Dynamics of Energy Saving Practices in Large Heterogeneous Online Networks," PLOS ONE, 11(10): e0164476. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0164476.
  5. Pisello, A.L., Castaldo, V., Taylor, J. and Cotana, F. (2016). "The Impact of Natural Ventilation on Building Energy Requirement at Inter-building Scale," Energy and Buildings, 127: 870-883.
  6. Khosrowpour, A., Gulbinas, R. and Taylor, J. (2016). "Occupant Workstation Level Energy-use Prediction in Commercial Buildings: Developing and Assessing a New Method to Enable Targeted Energy Efficiency Programs," Energy and Buildings, 127: 1133-1145.
  7. Han, Y. and Taylor, J. (2016). "Simulating the Inter-Building Effect on Energy Consumption from Embedding Phase Change Materials in Building Envelopes," Sustainable Cities and Society, 27: 287-295.
  8. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Patterns and Limitations of Urban Human Mobility Resilience under the Influence of Multiple Types of Natural Disaster," PLOS ONE, 11(1): e0147299. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0147299.
  9. Han, Y., Taylor, J. and Pisello, A. (in press). "Exploring Mutual Shading and Mutual Reflection Inter-building Effects on Building Energy Performance," Applied Energy, doi:10.1016/j.apenergy.2015.10.170.
  10. Zelkowicz, A., Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Exploring the Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners at Complex Boundaries in Global Virtual AEC Networks,” ITcon, 20: 385-398.
  11. Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Taylor, J. and Chinowsky, P. (2015). "The Effects of Organizational Divisions on Knowledge-sharing Networks in Multi-lateral Communities of Practice," Engineering Project Organization Journal, 10.1080/21573727.2015.1059823.
  12. Han, Y., Taylor, J. and Pisello, A. (2015). “Toward Mitigating Urban Heat Island Effects: Investigating the Thermal-Energy Impact of Bio-Inspired Retro-reflective Building Envelopes in Dense Urban Settings,” Energy and Buildings, 102: 380-389.
  13. Gulbinas, R., Khosrowpour, A. and Taylor, J. (2015). "Segmentation and Classification of Commercial Building Occupants by Energy-Use Efficiency and Predictability," IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, 6(3): 1414-1424.
  14. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2015). "Process Map for Urban Human Mobility and Civil Infrastructure Data Collection Using Geosocial Networking Platforms," ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)CP.1943-5487.0000469, 04015004.
  15. Wanberg, J., Javernick-Will, A., Chinowsky, P. and Taylor, J. (2015). "Spanning Cultural and Geographic Barriers with Knowledge Pipelines in Multinational Communities of Practice," ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 141(4): 04014091.
  16. Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Precursors to Engaged Leaders in Virtual Project Teams," International Journal of Project Management, 33(2): 395-405.
  17. Comu, S., Taylor, J. and Messner, J. (2015). “Two-Dimensional Globalizing Index for Engineering and Construction Companies," ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 31(2): 04014031.
  18. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Quantifying Human Mobility Perturbation and Resilience in Hurricane Sandy," PLOS ONE, 9(11): e112608. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0112608.
  19. Gulbinas, R. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Effects of Real-time Eco-feedback and Organizational Network Dynamics on Energy Efficient Behavior in Commercial Buildings," Energy and Buildings, 84: 493-500.
  20. Gulbinas, R., Jain, R. and Taylor, J. (2014). “BizWatts: A Modular Socio-technical Energy Management System for Empowering Commercial Building Occupants to Conserve Energy," Applied Energy, 136: 1076-1084.
  21. Jeong, S., Gulbinas, R., Jain, R. and Taylor, J. (2014). “The Impact of Combined Water and Energy Consumption Eco-Feedback on Conservation," Energy and Buildings, 80: 114-119.
  22. Zilke, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Evaluating the Suitability of Using International Market Analyses to Characterize the Global Construction Industry," ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000312, 04014078.
  23. Tang, A. and Taylor, J. (2014). "Renewable Energy Investment in Emerging Markets: Evaluating Improvements to the Clean Development Mechanism," Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 2(2): 152-173.
  24. Zilke, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Shifting Sands and Shifting Grounds: Analysis and Implications of Shifting Dynamics in the Global Construction Industry," ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000311, 04014076.
  25. Dossick, C., Anderson, A., Azari, R., Iorio, J., Neff, G. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Messy Talk in Virtual Teams: Achieving Knowledge Synthesis through Shared Visualizations," ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 10.1061/(ASCE)ME.1943-5479.0000301, A4014003.
  26. Pisello, A., Castaldo, V., Taylor, J. and Cotana, F. (2014). "Expanding Inter-Building Effect Modeling to Examine Primary Energy for Lighting," Energy and Buildings, 76: 513-523.
  27. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2014). "Energy Saving Practice Diffusion in Online Networks," Energy and Buildings, 76: 622-630.
  28. Xu, X., Culligan, P. and Taylor, J. (2014). "Energy Saving Alignment Strategy: Achieving Energy Efficiency in Urban Buildings by Matching Occupant Temperature Preferences with a Building's Indoor Thermal Environment," Applied Energy, 123: 209-219.
  29. Jain, R., Smith, K., Culligan, P. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Forecasting Energy Consumption of Multi-Family Residential Buildings Using Support Vector Regression: Investigating the Impact of Temporal and Spatial Monitoring Granularity on Performance Accuracy," Applied Energy, 123: 168-178.
  30. Chen, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Modeling Retention Loss in Project Networks: Untangling the Combined Effect of Skill Decay and Turnover on Learning," ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 30(5), 04014017.
  31. Xu, X., Taylor, J. and Pisello, A.L. (2014). "Network Synergy Effect: Establishing a Synergy between Building Network and Peer Network Energy Conservation Effects," Energy and Buildings, 68A: 312-320.
  32. Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2014). “Boundary Object Efficacy: The Mediating Role of Boundary Objects on Task Conflict in Global Virtual Project Networks," International Journal of Project Management, 32(1): 7-17.
  33. Gulbinas, R., Jain, R., Taylor, J., Peschiera, G. and Golparvar-Fard, M. (2014). “Network Eco-Informatics: Development of a Social Eco-Feedback System to Drive Energy Efficiency in Residential Buildings," ASCE Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering, 28(1): 89-98.
  34. Tang, A., Taylor, J. and Mahalingam, A. (2013). "Strategic Structure Matrix: A Framework for Explaining the Impact of Superstructure Organizations on the Diffusion of Wind Energy Infrastructure," Energy Policy, 63: 69-80.
  35. Jain, R., Gulbinas, R., Taylor, J. and Culligan, P. (2013). “Can Social Influence Drive Energy Savings? Detecting the Impact of Social Influence on the Energy Consumption Behavior of Networked Users Exposed to Normative Eco-feedback," Energy and Buildings, 66: 119-127.
  36. Jain, R., Taylor, J. and Culligan, P. (2013). “Investigating the Impact Eco-Feedback Information Representation has on Building Occupant Energy Consumption Behavior and Savings," Energy and Buildings, 64: 408-414.
  37. Alin, P., Iorio, J. and Taylor, J. (2013). “Digital Boundary Objects as Negotiation Facilitators: Spanning Boundaries in Virtual Engineering Project Networks," Project Management Journal, 44(3): 48-63.
  38. Chen, J., Jain, R. and Taylor, J., (2013). "Block Configuration Modeling: A Novel Simulation Model to Emulate Building Occupant Peer Networks and their Impact on Building Energy Consumption," Applied Energy, 105: 358-368.
  39. Alin, P., Maunula, A., Taylor, J. and Smeds, R. (2013). “Aligning Misaligned Systemic Innovations: Probing Inter-firm Effects Development in Project Networks," Project Management Journal, 44(1): 77-93.
  40. Villarroel, A., Taylor, J. and Tucci, C. (2013). "Innovation and Learning Performance Implications of Free Revealing and Knowledge Brokering in Competing Communities: Insights from the Netflix Prize Challenge," Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory, 19(1): 42-77.
  41. Comu, S., Iorio, J., Taylor, J. and Dossick, C. (2013). "Quantifying the Impact of Facilitation on Transactive Memory System Formation in Global Virtual Project Networks," ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 139(3): 294-303.
  42. Chen, J. and Taylor, J. (2013). "Layering Residential Peer Networks and Geospatial Building Networks to Model Change in Energy Saving Behaviors," Energy and Buildings, 58: 151-162.
  43. Xu, X., Taylor, J., Pisello, A.L. and Culligan, P. (2012). "The Impact of Place-based Affiliation Networks on Energy Conservation: An Holistic Model that Integrates the Influence of Buildings, Residents and the Neighborhood Context," Energy and Buildings, 55: 637-646.
  44. Pisello, A.L., Taylor, J., Xu, X. and Cotana, F. (2012). "Inter-building Effect: Simulating the Impact of a Network of Buildings on the Accuracy of Building Energy Performance Predictions," Building and Environment, 58: 37-45.
  45. Di Marco, M., Alin, P. and Taylor, J. (2012). "Exploring Negotiation through Boundary Objects in Global Design Networks," Project Management Journal, 43(3): 24-39.
  46. Tang, A., Chiara, N. and Taylor, J. (2012). "Financing Renewable Energy Infrastructure: Formulation, Pricing and Impact of a Carbon Revenue Bond," Energy Policy, 45: 691-703.
  47. Peschiera, G. and Taylor, J. (2012). "The Impact of Peer Network Position on Electricity Consumption in Building Occupant Networks Utilizing Energy Feedback Systems," Energy and Buildings, 49: 584-590.
  48. Pisello, A.L., Xu, X., Taylor, J. and Cotana, F. (2012). "Network of Buildings’ Impact on Indoor Thermal Performance," Smart and Sustainable Built Environment Journal, 1(1): 73-86.
  49. Jain, R., Taylor, J. and Peschiera, G. (2012). "Assessing Eco-Feedback Interface Usage and Design to Drive Energy Efficiency in Buildings," Energy and Buildings, 48: 8-17.
  50. Chen, J., Taylor, J. and Wei, H.H. (2012). "Modeling Building Occupant Network Energy Consumption Decision-making: The Interplay between Network Structure and Conservation," Energy and Buildings, 47: 515-524.
  51. Iorio, J., Taylor, J. and Dossick, C. (2012). "A Bridge Too Far: Examining the Impact of Facilitators on Information Transfer in Global Virtual Project Networks," Engineering Project Organization Journal, 2(4): 188-201.
  52. Chinowsky, P. and Taylor, J. (2012). "Networks in Engineering: An Emerging Approach to Project Organization Studies," Engineering Project Organization Journal, 2(1-2): 15-26.
  53. Unsal, H. and Taylor, J. (2011). “Absorptive Capacity of Project Networks," ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 137(11): 994-1002.
  54. Unsal, H. and Taylor, J. (2011). "An Empirical Investigation of Opportunistic Behavior in Project Networks and its Impact on Market Efficiency," Engineering Project Organization Journal, 1(2): 95-106.
  55. Alin, P., Taylor, J. and Smeds, R. (2011). “Knowledge Transformation in Project Networks: A Speech Act Level Cross-Boundary Analysis," Project Management Journal, 42(4): 58-75.
  56. Di Marco, M. and Taylor, J. (2011). "The Impact of Cultural Boundary Spanners on Global Project Network Performance," Engineering Project Organization Journal, 1(1): 27-39.
  57. Comu, S., Unsal, H. and Taylor, J. (2011). "Dual Impact of Cultural and Linguistic Diversity on Project Network Performance," ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 27(3): 179-187.
  58. Chinowsky, P., Taylor, J. and Di Marco, M. (2011). "Project Network Interdependency Alignment: New Approach to Assessing Project Effectiveness," ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 27(3): 170-178.
  59. Unsal, H. and Taylor, J. (2011). “Modeling Interfirm Dependency: Game Theoretic Simulation to Examine the Hold-up Problem in Project Networks.” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 137(4): 284-293.
  60. Taylor, J., Dossick, C. and Garvin, M. (2011). “Meeting the Burden of Proof with Case-Study Research.” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 137(4): 303-311.
  61. Iorio, J., Peschiera, G., Taylor, J. and Korpela, L. (2011). “Factors Impacting Usage Patterns of Collaborative Tools Designed to Support Global Virtual Design Project Networks.” ITCON (Special Issue: Use of Virtual World Technology in Architecture, Engineering and Construction), 16: 209-230.
  62. Di Marco, M., Taylor, J. and Alin, P. (2010). "Emergence and Role of Cultural Boundary Spanners in Global Engineering Project Networks," ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 26(3): 123-132.
  63. Peschiera, G., Taylor, J. and Siegel, J. (2010). "Response-Relapse Patterns of Building Occupant Electricity Consumption Following Exposure to Personal, Contextualized and Occupant Peer Network Utilization Data," Energy and Buildings, 42(8): 1329-1336.
  64. Wong, K., Unsal, H. Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2010). “Global Dimension of Robust Project Network Design,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 136(4): 442-451.
  65. Taylor, J., Levitt, R. and Villarroel, A. (2009). “Simulating Learning Dynamics in Project Networks,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 135(10): 1009-1015.
  66. Nayak, N. and Taylor, J. (2009). “Offshore Outsourcing in Global Design Networks,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 25(4): 177-184.
  67. Orue, D., Taylor, J., Chanmeka, A. and Weerasooriya, R. (2009). “Robust Project Network Design,” Project Management Journal, 40(2): 81-93.
  68. Taylor, J. and Bernstein, P. (2009). “Paradigm Trajectories of Building Information Modeling Practice in Project Networks,” ASCE Journal of Management in Engineering, 25(2): 69-76.
  69. Taylor, J. (2007). “Antecedents of Successful Three-Dimensional Computer-Aided Design Implementation in Design and Construction Networks,” ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 133(12): 993-1002.
  70. Taylor, J. and Levitt, R. (2007). “Innovation Alignment and Project Network Dynamics: An Integrative Model for Change,” Project Management Journal, 38(3): 22-35.
  71. Bakeer, R., Barber, M., Taylor, J. and Pechon, S. (2001). “Long-term Buckling Performance of HDPE Liners,” ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 13(3): 176-184.
  72. Naim, M., Lalwani, C., Fortuin, L., Schmidt, T., Taylor, J. and Aronsson, H. (2000). "A Model for Logistics Systems Engineering Management Education in Europe." European Journal of Engineering Education, 25(1): 65-82.
  73. Bakeer, R., Barber, M., Pechon, S., Taylor, J. and Chunduru, S. (1999). “Buckling of HDPE Liners under External Uniform Pressure,” ASCE Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 11(4): 353-361.

Proceedings

  1. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Data-driven Simulation of Urban Human Mobility Constrained by Natural Disasters,” In Proceedings of the 2016 Winter Simulation Conference, T. M. K. Roeder, P. I. Frazier, R. Szechtman, E. Zhou, T. Huschka, and S. E. Chick, Eds., pp. 3357-3364. Piscataway, New Jersey: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
  2. Kiral, I., Comu, S., Chen, J. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Virtual Collaborative Safety Training for Crane Operations,” 16th International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality, Hong Kong, December 2016.
  3. Wang, Y. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Aggregated Responses of Human Mobility to Severe Winter Storms: An Empirical Study,” 6th International Building Resilience Conference, Auckland, New Zealand, September 2016.
  4. Mohammadi, N. and Taylor, J. (2016). “On the Dominant Role of Returners’ Human Mobility Networks on Urban Energy Consumption,” 5th International Workshop on Urban Computing (UrbComp 2016), San Francisco, CA, August 2016.
  5. Ferrara, S., Mohammadi, N., Taylor, J. and Javernick-Will, A. (2016). “Toward a More Nuanced Understanding of the Generational Digital Divice,” Engineering Project Organization Conference, Cle Elum, Washington, June 2016.
  6. Khosrowpour, A., Duzener, T. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Meta-analysis of Eco-feedback-induced Occupant Energy Efficiency Benchmarked with Standard Building Energy Rating Systems,” ASCE Construction Research Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May-June 2016.
  7. Mohammadi, N., Taylor, J. and Javernick-Will, A. (2016). “Team Building Moderators of Engineering and Construction Industry Virtual Team Performance,” ASCE Construction Research Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May-June 2016.
  8. Wang, Q. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Diffusion and Simulation of Human Mobility using Online Networks Data to Examine Mobility Constraints,” ASCE Construction Research Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, May-June 2016.
  9. Pisello, A.L., Castaldo, V., Cotana, F. and Taylor, J. (2016). “Inter-Building Effects: the state of art for investigating buildings’ thermal-energy performance in urban areas,” 16th CIRIAF National Congress on Sustainable Development, Human Health and Environmental Protection, Assisi, Italy, April 2016.
  10. Khosrowpour, A. and Taylor, J. (2015). “One Size Does Not Fit All: Eco-Feedback Programs Require Tailored Feedback,” ASCE 1st International Symposium on Sustainable Human-Building Ecosystems (ISSHBE), Pittsburgh, PA, October 2015.
  11. Anderson, A., Frye, N., Comu, S. and Taylor, J. (2015). “Enabling Bio-inspired Design and Analysis in Global Project Networks Using a 3D Virtual Environment,” In Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality (CONVR). Han, S., Lu, M. and Mohamed, Y., Eds., pp. 279-288. Banff, Alberta, Canada, October 2015.

Presentations

  1. Invited Presenter/Panelist: “Marrying Smart and Sustainable Perspectives to Achieve Urban Sustainability,” Smart Cities Faculty Summit, Georgia Institute of Technology, November 2016.
  2. Invited Presenter/Panelist: “Building-Occupant Network Dynamics: Pursuing Sustained Energy Efficiency through Interaction, Feedback and Prediction,” International Workshop on Implications of Occupant Behavior for Building Operation and Design, U.S. National Science Foundation, Vienna, Austria, April 2016.
  3. Distinguished Lecture: “Energy Efficiency Dynamics: Exploring Network Dynamics at the Intersection between Human and Engineered Networks,” University of Michigan, John L. Tishman Distinguished Lecture, November 2015.
  4. Invited Presentation: “Exploring Network Dynamics at the Intersection between Human and Engineered Networks,” Imperial College London, June 2015.
  5. Keynote Presentation: “Le Fil Rouge: Exploring Dynamics at the Intersection between Human and Engineered Networks,” 5th International / 11th Construction Specialty Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 2015.

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