Journal of Architectural Environment & Structural Engineering Research is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal aimed at an international audience. With the rapid growth of the built environment, the physical environment has seen a sharp decline. By offering a cross-disciplinary approach, the journal aims to promote the latest innovations in the field of environment management and mitigate the disparity in the progression of both natural and man-made environments.

The scope of the Journal of Architectural Environment & Structural Engineering Research includes, but is not limited:

  • Environmental management system
  • Sustainability
  • Sustainable built environment
  • Energy efficiency
  • Structures
  • Structural stability
  • Green building materials
  • Construction engineering
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Thermal comfort
  • Nearly Zero Energy Buildings

Vol. 6 , Iss. 3 (July 2023): In progress


  • Sustainability of Bridges: Risk Mitigation for Natural Hazards

    Sachidanand Joshi, Atharvi Thorat, Harshali Dehadray, Mayuri Tundalwar

    Article ID: 5807
    69  (Abstract) 51  (Download)


    Bridges serve as essential parts of transportation infrastructure, facilitating the movement of people and goods across rivers, valleys, and other obstacles. However, they are also susceptible to a wide range of natural hazards, including floods, earthquakes, and landslides, which can damage or even collapse these structures, leading to severe economic and human losses. A risk... More

  • Understanding the Challenges of Implementing Green Roofs in Multi-Family Apartment Buildings: A Case Study in Khulna

    Ishmat Ara, Sourav Zaman

    Article ID: 5844
    54  (Abstract) 41  (Download)


    Green roofs are widely recognized for their multifaceted benefits to the environment, economy, and society, constituting the fundamental pillars of sustainability. These roofs contribute to the enhancement of bio-physical diversity, provision of food resources, regulation of temperature and rainfall-runoff patterns, creation of wildlife habitats, and augmentation of aesthetic and recreational value. While Bangladesh, with its... More


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