• Acceptance of construction scheduling visualizations: bar-charts, flowline-charts, or perhaps BIM? 

      Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl; Merschbrock, Christoph (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016-12-02)
      Four - dimensional Building Information Modelling is widely viewed as the next evolutionary step in construction scheduling. Linking scheduling information to parametric object models is believed to ...
    • Areal til skapende lek, læring og utforskning i barnehagen 

      Fønnebø, Bente; Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl (Tidsskrift for Nordisk Barnehageforskning;7, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-01-13)
      Artikkelen handler om vilkårene for og reguleringer knyttet til utforskning, lek og læring inne og ute i barnehagen med særlig vekt på personalets rolle. Dette ses i lys av forskning om barns trivsel eller stressfaktorer ...
    • BIM technology acceptance among reinforcement workers - the case of Oslo airport's terminal 2 

      Merschbrock, Christoph; Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl (Journal of Information Technology in Construction;21(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016-03-01)
      Today’s design teams deliver engineering models sophisticated enough to serve as blueprints for production and construction work. However, issues of adoption persist for the on-site use of building information modelling ...
    • Changing Areas, Spaces and Places in Kindergartens for More Playing, Learning and Exploration 

      Fønnebø, Bente; Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The opportunities for exploration, playing and learning is essential for children in the kindergartens. Urban kindergartens have limited spaces available. This article discusses and analyzes various aspects of the possibility ...
    • Inefficiencies in Norwegian Small-scale Construction, or the Problem of too Long Trucks? 

      Eivindson, Espen; Innvær, Berner Elias; Kolberg, Elisabeth; Merschbrock, Christoph; Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      “When the truck arrived at the construction site it could not unload the material because it [the truck] was too long, we had to send it away […], this happens all the time in Oslo where we have to build on very small ...
    • Making education on sustainable community planning tangible 

      Rydningen, Ulf; Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      Sustainable development is a global issue, but for many people it is most meaningful to discuss sustainability at the local level, where people live their daily lives. Civil and environmental engineers (CEE) most often are ...
    • On-site inspections: the shift from forms to digital capture 

      Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl; Lassen, Ann Karina (Organization, Technology & Management in Construction (OTMC);Volume 12: Issue 1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-03-25)
      The building, construction, and real estate industry is undergoing a major transition with traditional ways of working being replaced by novel three-dimensional modeling technologies. Such transitions take place incrementally ...
    • Solution selection in digital construction design a lazy user theory perspective 

      Merschbrock, Christoph; Tollnes, Tor; Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      The construction industry is in the midst of a transition with traditional design systems being gradually replaced by novel vir tual modeling technologies. This transition takes place gradually rather than radically and ...
    • A study into prevention of antibiotics resistance through enhanced building infrastructure design and management strategies 

      Rolfsen, Christian Nordahl; Rønning, Per Ola; Bull, Jack Lie; Chițonu, Cristina (IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering;Volume 789, International Conference CIBv2019 Civil Engineering and Building Services 1-2 November 2019, Brașov, Romania, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      This study is part of a larger research project, which looks at how modern hospitals are built in Norway, and what can be done to make hospitals more user friendly and purpose built. It looks at how medical facilities can ...