Integrated Factors Affecting Sustainability and Value Engineering for Egyptian Road Maintenance Projects

Document Type : Original Article


1 Construction Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Zagazig University, Zagazig, Egypt

2 Environmental Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Port Said University, Port Said, Egypt

3 Civil Engineering Department, Delta Higher Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mansoura, Egypt

4 Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Port Said University, Port Said, Egypt


The growth of road maintenance has led to a shift in priorities, with greater focus on sustainability. The field of roads seeks to provide multiple alternatives to achieve the best road performance. By emphasizing the financial , environmental and socially benefits of achieving sustainability, which is one of the most important things baffling the world now, the study developed a framework for collecting, investigating, distinguishing and integrating information about value engineering and sustainability and integrating them economically, environmentally and socially to achieve sustainability through value engineering. The questionnaire was submitted digitally and on paper and distributed to among those with experience. Information was collected by asking respondents to fill out a questionnaire in either Arabic or English. Twenty-seven questions were asked in four parts of the survey. Everyone who participated was Egyptian. It was sent to 132 professionals in the field. There were only 100 people who filled out the survey. The first part of the questionnaire deals with details of the respondents' background, such as their occupations and length of service in the bandits. Next, you'll find details about people's shared understanding of violent extremism and sustainability, as well as some suggested links based on this shared understanding.


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