The Constructed Environment Knowledge Community has announced the selection of “New Design Protocols for Industrial-scaled Modes of Production for Carbon Neutral Buildings,” by Professor Thomas Spiegelhalter, as the winner of the International Award for Excellence for Volume 3 of The International Journal of the Constructed Environment.
This article was selected for the award from among the highest-ranked papers emerging from the peer review process and according to the selection criteria outlined in the referee guidelines.
The International Journal of the Constructed Environment is a peer-reviewed journal published by Common Ground Publishing. It has an acceptance rate of 39% and a circulation of over 147,602. The journal focuses on distinct thematic areas— design and planning processes, building processes, environmental impacts, and social impacts. Established in 2010 and currently publishing its 6th volume, The International Journal of the Constructed Environment is indexed by Environment Complete, Environment Index, and Art Source. The journal offers both personal and institutional subscriptions and is published electronically and in print. For more information, please visit www.ConstructedEnvironment.com/publications/journal.
The International Journal of the Constructed Environment is among the 77 scholarly journals published by Common Ground Publishing. Common Ground, which was founded in 1984, seeks to take the pivotal ideas and challenges at play within established disciplines and create spaces for interaction that cut horizontally across legacy knowledge structures. As a result, in addition to providing a space for publication within its catalog of journals and their associated book imprints, Common Ground encourages researchers and practitioners to meet at the annual academic conferences that it organizes around the world and then connect and share their work virtually using Scholar, Common Ground’s innovative social knowledge software. For more information, please visit www.CommonGroundPublishing.com.