Mohammad Shahiq Khan 1 * ; Sheroz Khan 2 ; Mohammad Arif 3 ; Shamsad Ahmad 4 ; Altaf Usmani 5 ; Ragab Khalil 6 ; Nacer Nacer 7
1 Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering & Information Technology, Onaizah Colleges, 2053 Qassim, Saudi Arabia.
2 Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering & Information Technology, Onaizah Colleges, 2053 Qassim, Saudi Arabia.
3 Department of Civil Engineering, Z.H. College of Engineering and Technology, Aligarh Muslim University, India.
4 Civil & Environmental Engineering Department, King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM), Dhahran-31261, Saudi Arabia.
5 ETDD, Engineers India Limited, New Delhi-110066, India.
6 Civil Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Assiut University, Assiut, Egypt.
7 Civil Engineering Department, College of Engineering & Information Technology, Onaizah Colleges, 2053 Qassim, Saudi Arabia.
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Article Id - IJCIET_14_05_002, Pages : 8-24, Date of Publication : 16, September 2023

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With the spread of COVID-19 around the world, the global GDP drops dramatically, which makes the global economy collapse to unimaginable levels beyond imagination in recent times and leads to a huge number of fatalities. The COVID-19 has been over with lessons learnt in almost in every sector of life with impact on activities and performance brought down to almost zero-ground level. The construction sector has been facing new demands for the use of virus repellant materials in buildings. Thus is critically important to explore how the existing living premises and work places are designed to ensure infection resilience in developing premises with safe, healthy and efficient living conditions. The paper discusses the effectiveness of anti-infection construction using civil structural elements fitted with solar energy panels on exterior surface as part of post-pandemic recovery. The over-crowded work and poor living conditions have been the main reasons for the rapid spread of virus. Therefore, newer construction technologies with anti-infection elements will be used to complement the ongoing construction practices. The paper presents accordingly strategies incorporating newer construction technologies to ensure safety from future pandemics while ensuring environmental sustainability and ecological balance.


COVID-19, Construction Technologies, Construction Practices, Disinfection Materials, Environmental Sustainability, Future Homes, Pandemics

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Mohammad Shahiq Khan, Sheroz Khan, Mohammad Arif, Shamsad Ahmad, Altaf Usmani, Ragab Khalil and Nacer Nacer, Smart construction technologies for protection from COVID-19 like pandemics, International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology (IJCIET), 14(5), 2023, pp. 8-24 doi:


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