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Jan 31, 2019
Feb 15, 2019
Apr 15, 2019
Apr 20, 2019
Jun 1, 2019
Jun 1, 2019
Sep 4 – Sep 7, 2019

General information

Editorial scope

The congress draws on insights and contributions from worldwide sources in its quest to maximize its usefulness to its readers and hence the benefits to their organizations. Contributors should specify the practical implications of their work for those involved in conference topic areas. Case study articles are welcome as well.

Please minimize introduction and literature review on the history of the presented problem. Instead, focus on models, tactics, metrics, measurement methods, findings etc., addressing how to make research results applicable.

The conference board (conference journal) is particularly interested in the latest research results and furthering the development of innovative, knowledge-based models and tools, as well as conceptual frameworks (this also addresses the verification and validation of models, tools, and conceptual frameworks) for dealing with present problems in project management.

Conference topics

  • Building Information Modeling
  • Construction Design and Technology
  • Construction Project Management Issues
  • Education in Construction
  • General Management and Economics in Construction
  • Information and Communication Technology Systems in Construction
  • Sustainability and Health in the Built Environment

The reviewing process

Each paper is reviewed by the editors and, if it is judged suitable for this conference, it is then sent to blind peer review. Based on the referee’s recommendation, the editor then decides whether the paper should be accepted as is, revised or rejected. The Editor and the editorial board can accept or decline the paper based on his/her own discretionary power as well.


Articles submitted should be original contributions. Therefore, always either indent text or put quote marks as well as use of the preferred Harvard style of formatting. Authors submitting articles for publication warrant that the work is not an infringement of any existing copyright and will indemnify the publisher against any breach of such warranty. Authors are responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyright material from other sources. The editor may make use of software for plagiarism detection (e.g. iThenticate software) for checking the originality of submissions received. The conference organizing board nurtures a zero-tolerance policy on plagiarism.

All questions arising after acceptance of the manuscript, especially those relating to proofs, should be directed to

Abstracts and full papers can be submitted by registering to the OTMC conference management system at

Information for Authors (for submitting abstracts)

The reviewing process

All contributions must be of high quality, original and not published elsewhere, or submitted for publication during the review period. A scientific committee will review all abstracts and, if accepted, each paper will undergo a double-blind review process.

The editorial board can accept or decline the paper based on his/her own discretionary power as well.

Abstract requirements

  1. Abstracts should be a maximum of 250 words (2000 signs) in length.
  2. Authors are invited to submit abstracts written in English within 250 words relating to the conference topics. Abstracts should include the full title of the paper and provide a brief and comprehensive summary stating the purpose, content and conclusions of the manuscript, supported by 3-7 key words
  3. A title of no more than twelve words should be provided.
  4. Categorize your paper under one of these classifications:
  • Research paper (dealing with research of methods, methodologies, models etc.)
  • Technical paper (dealing with application of methods, methodologies, models etc.)
  • Case study (specifying the background and content objectives, eminent events that make this study important, the results and how they were obtained and the implications for others involved in studies of organization, technology and management in construction)
  1. Metric units should be used. If other units are used, then metric equivalents should be given in parentheses.

Submissions Process

The abstract and paper submission will be conducted through the conference management system.

To access the system, please click here.

All questions arising after acceptance of the manuscript, especially those relating to proofs, should be directed to