CIB Working Commission 122: Public Private Partnerships: Past, Present and Future

Built Environment Project and Asset Management

CIB W122 on PPP - Invitations to: (A) submit a Paper to  our sessions at CIB WBC2022 with (B) possibility of developing into a Journal Paper thereafter

A Special Issue of BEPAM (Journal of Built Environment Project and Asset Management) has been planned on the above theme of “Public Private Partnerships: Past, Present and Future". The authors of short-listed papers from the W122 sessions will be invited to develop them into journal papers soon after the CIB WBC  to be reviewed for this special issue.

So we cordially invite and urge you to submit a paper to 2022 CIB WBC – please ensure to choose the W122 theme. The time-line is as follows, so please do start on your Abstracts:

  • Abstract submission                                                                30 June 2021       
  • Reviewer comments to be returned by                                   2 August 2021
  • Abstract competition winner to be announced by                  2 August 2021            
  • Paper submission deadline                                                     17 December 2021
  • Initial paper reviews completed and
    decisions returned to authors by                                             7 February 2022       
  • Revised paper submission deadline                                        14 March 2022

The Guest Editors of the proposed BEPAM Special Issue will be:

Prof. Boeing Singh, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, India

Dr. Ganesh Devkar, CEPT University, India

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Aziz, University of Washington, USA

Dr. Yongjian Ke, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Registration can be ‘in person’ or ‘virtual’ attendance.

For more information on 2022 CIB WBC, do see: Home | CIB World Building C (

Best Wishes and Hoping to see you (in person or virtually) at 2022 CIB WBC.

Prof. Akintola Akintoye

Prof. Giovanni Migliaccio

Prof. Mohan Kumaraswamy

Joint Co-ordinators, CIB W122 on PPP