CFP: Sustainable Infrastructure Management

Special issue call for papers from Journal of Facilities Management: Sustainable Infrastructure Management
Infrastructures are facilities and services that support the functioning of human societies. Examples are utility networks (such as water, wastewater, gas, electricity, and communications), transportation systems (such as airports, railroads, roads, and bridges), public buildings (municipal buildings and hospitals), and social venues (such as sports and entertainment facilities). Capital intensity, network complexity, and criticality of services provided are among the main attributes of infrastructure systems. Infrastructure management is emerging as a top global priority in the 21st century due to a growing stock of aged infrastructure facilities and an increasing demand for infrastructure services resulted from a highly urbanized population.

The special issue on “Sustainable Infrastructure Management” aims at publishing original papers on current research and practice in incorporating social, economical and environmental sustainability dimensions in infrastructure management. Areas of particular interest are (but are not limited to):

• Resilience, risk assessment and management
• Service operations management
• Physical asset management
• Network modelling and optimisation
• Interdependency analysis
• Life cycle cost optimisation
• Environmental impact assessment
• Maintenance and reliability analysis
• Resource efficiency and productivity
• Supply chain management
• Financing and public policy
• Contract, procurement and project management

The closing date for submissions is:  1st May 2013
Submissions to the Journal of Facilities Management are made using ScholarOne Manuscripts, the online submission and peer review system. Registration and access are available at

Please submit online by 1st May 2013 (NOTE: at the “please select the type of issue” section (step 4) please select “Sustainable Infrastructure Management” in the drop down list). For detailed Author Guidelines and further information on the journal, please visit:
If you have any questions, please contact the Guest Editor, Fuzhan Nasiri, at

Dr. Fuzhan Nasiri
Lecturer (Assistant Professor)
(Coordinator – UCL Infrastructure Management Research Group)
Faculty of the Built Environment
University College London (UCL)
London, WC1H 0NN_______________________________________________
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