E-ISSN: 2458-973X

Aim and Scope

Journal of Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies. (JSCMT) is an international journal, peer-reviewed and open-access journal. Two referees, specialized on the subject, and selected by the Board of Editors review the manuscripts submitted. Four issues are released every year in March, June, September and December. 

JSCMT carries original, full-length articles and shorter articles relating to the pursuit and implementation of sustainability pillars through engineering planning, design and application. It provides an academic platform for professionals and researchers to contribute innovative work in the field.  Special issues devoted to international conferences and reviews of books and major reports will be published too.

Articles under the categories listed below are accepted to be published:

Type of Publications: Research Article, Review Article, Case Report, Short Communication Paper, Technical Note, Letter to Editor, Invited Paper, Book review.

Research Articles reflects an original experimental and/or theoretical research works. A coherent treatment emphasizing new insight is expected rather than a simple accumulation of data.

Review Articles include authoritative reviews of recent advances in the basic and applied sciences with emphasis on the fundamental aspects of the subject. Manuscripts are generally of greater length than those found in other categories but contributions dealing in part with original research are not excluded. Contributors who may be invited by the editors, or who may submit outline proposals directly are offered a small royalty upon the publication of the article.

Key areas covered by the journal are:

  • Carbon Credits.
  • Carbon Dioxide Sequestration.
  • Cement & Concrete.
  • Climate change.
  • Conservation of historical concrete structures.
  • Circular Economy.
  • Circularity.
  • Designing structures with sustainable materials.
  • The durability of Construction Materials.
  • Ecology and sustainable development
  • Embodied energy from production.
  • End-of-life materials that can be demounted/deconstructed and reused or recycled.
  • Energy management during construction.
  • Energy management during the use of the buildings and infrastructures.
  • Energy requirements for transport and use.
  • Environmental Technologies.
  • Geopolymer Technology.
  • Green construction and sustainable development
  • Green New Deal Construction Method.
  • Greenhouse gas reduction.
  • Innovative and non-traditional materials.
  • Life Cycle Analysis.
  • Maintaining quality and durability while achieving sustainability.
  • Maintenance and Life Cycle Management of Concrete Structures.
  • Maintenance and repair technologies for sustainability of buildings and infrastructures.
  • Making construction materials durable.
  • Mass balance - sources and final destinations of materials.
  • New materials production and construction technologies using innovative materials.
  • Recycling of municipal solid waste (MSW).
  • Renewable and sustainable energy.
  • Sustainability, quality, and public perception.
  • Sustainable Construction Materials and Structures.
  • Sustainable land development.
  • Urban planning and development.
  • Use of recyclable by-products in construction materials.