Document Type : Original Article
Department of Civil Engineering, Universitas Hasanuddin, Indonesia
Sustainability construction is starting to become a focus in developing countries such as Indonesia. There are many problems that must be considered in the implementation of sustainable construction. The purpose of this study is to analyze the factors that influence the implementation of sustainable construction in the Likupang SEZ project. The method used is a mixed-method to determine various factors that affect sustainable construction. This research involves various stakeholders such as contractors, consultants, academics, company owners, the government, and the community. The results of this study indicate that the economy and government have a positive and significant influence on sustainable construction. Meanwhile, human resource factors and cultural factors have a positive but not significant effect on sustainable construction. The results of this study also show that environmental, social and investment factors have a negative influence on the implementation of sustainable construction. This study concludes that factors that have a positive and significant impact must be strengthened by prioritizing the role of the government in implementing sustainable construction that has an impact on economic factors, while an adequate strategy is needed to reduce the negative impact of factors that have a negative impact on sustainable construction.