Many construction operations have attempted to supply their building materials from brick manufacturers 1. Yet, achieving this objective can be environmentally challenging for two reasons. First, the high level of air pollution emissions associated with brick-making makes it difficult for brick manufacturers to observe environmental protection standards and avoid polluting the environment. Second, the high degree of global energy consumption constrains brick manufacturers to be energy inefficient. Consequently, the vast majority of current brick production sector employs traditional kilns, which are energy-inefficient and polluting and only a very small fraction (less than 10 %) of global production uses clean and modern technologies 2. The survey of the literature shows that there are some analytical studies about different aspects of brick production regarding the environmental and technological competencies.