About the Journal
Budownictwo i Architektura is a regional journal focused on the broadly defined aspects of civil engineering and architecture. It publishes original scientific articles concerning these areas in general as well as works addressing local problems specific to Central and Eastern Europe. It has been published since 2007 by the Lublin University of Technology, with the editorial office seated at the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture. Initially a semi-yearly publication, it became a quarterly in 2013 following the decision of the Editorial Board and the Editorial Council. Since 2018, subsequent issues have been published in March, June, September and December.
The journal is published in two equivalent versions: paper and electronic. The electronic version is posted on the journal’s website in accordance with the publishing schedule. The paper version of the journal is printed in its entirety, i.e. after publishing four issues in a given year. Since 2017, each publication has been assigned a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number, in accordance with the DataCite.org organisation standards. Electronic versions of the journal are archived in such repositories as Lublin University of Technology Library, BazTech and PBN/POL-on. The printed version is archived by Lublin University of Technology Library and distributed to two authorised libraries: the National Library of Poland in Warsaw and the Jagiellonian Library in Cracow.
Since its beginning, the journal has been following the Open Access policy. Access to publications and publishing in the journal are free of charge. The journal is financed by the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of the Lublin University of Technology as well as with targeted grants.
ISSN 1899-0665, e-ISSN 2544-3275.
The journal is recognized by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education: id no. 200165, 20 points. ICV 80.54
The journal is financed by the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture of the Lublin University of Technology as well as with targeted grants.