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Bon-Gang Hwang is an Associate Professor in the
Department of Building, National University of Singapore.
He holds a PhD from the University of Texas, Austin.
His research interests are in the areas of sustainable
construction project management, performance
assessment and improvement, and risk management. He
can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lei Zhu is a lecturer in the Department of
Construction and Real Estate, Southeast University.
She holds a PhD from the National University of
Singapore. Her research interests are in the areas
of project finance, sustainable construction project
management, building information modeling, and
multi-agent simulation. She can be contacted at
Yinglin Wang is a lecturer in the School of
Transportation and Civil Engineering, Fujian
Agriculture and Forestry University, China. She holds
a PhD from the Southwest Jiaotong University.
Her current research interests are in the areas
of risk management, sustainable construction,
and government guarantee of Public-Private
Partnership (PPP) projects. She can be contacted at
Xinyi Cheong joined the Land Transport Authority
of Singapore as an Assistant Contracts Manager in
2015 after graduating with honors for her bachelor
of science in project and facilities management from
the National University of Singapore (NUS). She
participated in the tender preparation and evaluation
process of a rail project for the construction of the
upcoming Thomson-East Coast Line. Currently, she
reviews claims and variation orders and is involved
in post-contract administration. She can be reached