Professor Rodney A. Stewart
Professor Rodney A. Stewart
Professor, Engineering and Environmental Management
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Quantifying the influence of environmental and water conservation attitudes on household end use water consumption
RM Willis, RA Stewart, K Panuwatwanich, PR Williams, AL Hollingsworth
Journal of environmental management 92 (8), 1996-2009, 2011
3572011
End use water consumption in households: impact of socio-demographic factors and efficient devices
RM Willis, RA Stewart, DP Giurco, MR Talebpour, A Mousavinejad
Journal of Cleaner Production 60, 107-115, 2013
2742013
Strategic implementation of IT/IS projects in construction: a case study
RA Stewart, S Mohamed, R Daet
Automation in construction 11 (6), 681-694, 2002
2182002
An experimental test of voluntary strategies to promote urban water demand management
KS Fielding, A Spinks, S Russell, R McCrea, R Stewart, J Gardner
Journal of environmental management 114, 343-351, 2013
2142013
South East Queensland residential end use study
C Beal, R Stewart, T Huang, E Rey
Urban Water Security Research Alliance, 2011
195*2011
Alarming visual display monitors affecting shower end use water and energy conservation in Australian residential households
RM Willis, RA Stewart, K Panuwatwanich, S Jones, A Kyriakides
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 54 (12), 1117-1127, 2010
1872010
A novel mixed method smart metering approach to reconciling differences between perceived and actual residential end use water consumption
CD Beal, RA Stewart, K Fielding
Journal of Cleaner Production 60, 116-128, 2013
1852013
Smart metering: enabler for rapid and effective post meter leakage identification and water loss management
TC Britton, RA Stewart, KR O'Halloran
Journal of Cleaner Production 54, 166-176, 2013
1602013
Intelligent metering for urban water: A review
T Boyle, D Giurco, P Mukheibir, A Liu, C Moy, S White, R Stewart
Water 5 (3), 1052-1081, 2013
1492013
Web-based knowledge management system: linking smart metering to the future of urban water planning
RA Stewart, R Willis, D Giurco, K Panuwatwanich, G Capati
Australian Planner 47 (2), 66-74, 2010
1492010
An empirical investigation into the link between information technology implementation barriers and coping strategies in the Australian construction industry
RA Stewart, S Mohamed, M Marosszeky
Construction Innovation, 2004
1362004
Utilizing the balanced scorecard for IT/IS performance evaluation in construction
RA Stewart, S Mohamed
Construction innovation, 2001
1302001
Revealing the determinants of shower water end use consumption: enabling better targeted urban water conservation strategies
AA Makki, RA Stewart, K Panuwatwanich, C Beal
Journal of Cleaner Production 60, 129-146, 2013
1242013
Investigating the link between self directed learning readiness and project-based learning outcomes: the case of international Masters students in an engineering management course
RA Stewart
European Journal of Engineering Education 32 (4), 453-465, 2007
1162007
Energy intensity of rainwater harvesting systems: A review
AS Vieira, CD Beal, E Ghisi, RA Stewart
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 34, 225-242, 2014
1152014
IT/IS projects selection using multi‐criteria utility theory
R Stewart, S Mohamed
Logistics Information Management, 2002
1152002
IT enhanced project information management in construction: Pathways to improved performance and strategic competitiveness
RA Stewart
Automation in construction 16 (4), 511-517, 2007
1122007
The role of climate for innovation in enhancing business performance
K Panuwatwanich, RA Stewart, S Mohamed
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2008
1112008
A framework for the life cycle management of information technology projects: ProjectIT
RA Stewart
International Journal of Project Management 26 (2), 203-212, 2008
1082008
Evaluating the value IT adds to the process of project information management in construction
RA Stewart, S Mohamed
Automation in construction 12 (4), 407-417, 2003
1082003
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