建筑业的快速发展为人类提供了以基础设施为基础的社会必要性，从而极大地促进了国家的经济发展。同时，它大大促进消耗资源，产生大量的建筑垃圾，以及对环境的不利影响，面临计划延迟（P. G. Abbott 1985）。这些问题使企业在建设中贯彻可持续发展理念，只注重时间、成本和质量，很少关注环境影响。许多这些挑战是建设业务的直接后果，虽然其他间接的，次要活动的结果。问题和挑战未知号码不建设基于但应控制以确保项目成果（C. Cockburn 1970）。
Construction projects outline an exclusive set of actions that should be carried out to develop a unique framework. The achievement of a project is assessed by fulfilling the benchmark of cost, safety measures, time, resource allocation, along with quality as specified by the proprietor. Such projects are risky, intricate as well as lengthy activities that are typically commissioned by construction companies. Construction industry draws high degree of political interest and public attention because of the extensive cost, direct and indirect effect on the environment, community as well as budgets. Moreover, due to their elite characteristics, construction projects entail high technical skills and design acquaintance, professional administrative capabilities, capable human resources and significant investment.
Express growth of the construction industry has assisted mankind by offering social necessity in the form of infrastructure and hence contributing considerably to the economic development of the country. Meanwhile, it is contributing drastically in consuming resources greatly, generating huge quantities of construction waste, and unfavourable impacts to the environment, facing plan delay (P. G. Abbott 1985). These problems have put the companies to implement sustainable development concepts in construction and concentrates on time, cost and quality only and pay very little attention on environmental impacts. Many of these challenges are a direct consequence of construction operations, though others an outcome of indirect, secondary activities. An unforeseen number of issues and challenges aren’t construction-based but should be addressed and controlled to make sure project achievement (C. Cockburn 1970).