Chi-kwan Chau

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C. K. Chau

Dr. Chau has a diversified academic background in quantity surveying, architecture and mechanical engineering. He earned his Master Degrees in Architecture and Mechanical Engineering, and a Doctorate degree in Mechanical Engineering. His major research interests are in studying the inter-relationships between human and built environment, economic valuation and benchmarking of sustainable built environments, air quality and soundscape. He has also been actively involved in consultancy projects such as Costs and Financial Benefits of Undertaking Green Building Assessments, Consultancy Study on Life Cycle Energy Analysis of Building Construction, Cost effectiveness Study for Noise Barriers.

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8 Aug 2018

This paper applies cost–benefits analysis (CBA) and transaction cost (TC) theory to systematically evaluate the costs and benefits of implementing the green building economic incentives, with focused study on the Gross Floor Area (GFA) Concession Scheme in Hong Kong. The data of costs and benefits...

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