Andrew Arewa crop

Andrew Arewa

Senior Lecturer

Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management / Construction Project Management, Resilient Built Environment  Research  Group, Sustainability Research Institute 

Department of Engineering & Construction , School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering

Andrew Arewa has over ten years postdoctoral research experience in Built Environment, health and safety research.

Qualifications

  • BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management
  • HND Structural Engineering
  • MSc Construction Project Management
  • PhD Construction Project Management

Areas Of Interest

Academic areas of interest include sustainable construction, impact of emerging technologies in construction/infrastructure management, occupational health and safety, safety performance, commercial management in construction, building information modelling, process safety management, productivity, project management, emotional intelligence and organisational/business ethics. 

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OVERVIEW

Andrew Oyen Arewa is currently the Programme Leader for BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management at UEL. Associate Professor in Quantity Surveying and Construction Project Management at Coventry University UK. Andrew Arewa held various Academic Leadership position in Built Environment subject area. He was the Programme Leader for MSc Construction Project and Cost Management; MSc Construction Management with BIM programmes and Programme Leader BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management at Coventry University UK. Andrew Arewa has over 13 years' industry experience as Senior Project Quantity Surveyor (PQS) Royal Haskoning DHV Ltd, a renowned project / cost consultancy company and as a Senior Quantity Surveyor with Bouygues Construction Ltd in Africa, Europe Middle East and North America. 

Andrew  is a chartered Quantity Surveyor with professional affiliations of MRICS, MCIOB and MAPM. Also, he has extensive work experience in the Construction, Rail and Oil and Gas industries.  

He key research areas include: sustainable construction, impact of emerging technologies in construction/infrastructure management, occupational health and safety, safety performance, commercial management in construction, building information modelling, process safety management, productivity, emotional intelligent and organisational/business ethics. Andrew  has successfully supervised 11 PhD students to completion (with seven students as Director of Study and four students as first supervisor). Moreover, Andrew  has generated research and consultancy incomes worth over £1.8M via various projects. He currently has 61 quality journal and conference publications. 

Andrew  has immense teaching experience at postgraduate and undergraduate level; particularly master’s degree modules such as: Advanced Contract Management, Sustainable Construction Technologies, Project Finance Management, Research Method, Project management and Building/Civil Engineering Management. 

In addition to providing academic and strategic leadership in Built Environment and Engineering subject area, Andrew  is passionate about inspiring and mentoring the next generation of construction and engineering professionals. He actively encourages inclusivity and diversity through his extensive outreach activities. Outside of his busy academic life Andrew  enjoys many personal and collaborative activities such as: reading, travelling and his current passion is lawn tennis and marathon race training. 

External roles

  • Visiting Professor: to Middle East College and Sultan Qaboos University - Sultanate of Oman, Kuwait and Uganda 
  • Link Tutor: to Sultan Qaboos University, Qatar University and University of Hong Kong 
  • External Examiner (EE) to three universities (Currently, External Examiner UG & PG Quantity Surveying Programme at University Salford - UK and Liverpool John Moores University - UK.  
  • PhD External Examiner (EE) to University of Wolverhampton, Heriot-Watt University, Liverpool University and Manchester Metropolitan University, Birmingham City University, the University of the Witwatersrand SA, etc. 

Industry partners

Current research and teaching industry partners include: Siemens-UK, Skanska UK Plc, the Colt Foundation funds, the Lloyd's Register Foundation, Bruhati Technologies Ltd, etc  

CURRENT RESEARCH

Dr Andrew Arewa has extensive research experience in construction project management, health and safety subject area within the construction and infrastructure sector.  

Thus far, Andrew Arewa has secured approximately consultancy and research incomes worth £1.8M (including the UK Department for Business, Innovations and Skills grant for promoting Health and safety among SMEs in UK) and published over 61 refereed papers including 21 high-impact international journal publications, mostly on health and safety at work; safety performance of SMEs, process safety, Human factors analysis classification system, sustainable construction, Project Management and Project Planning.  He is one of the few leading authors on health and safety management techniques, performance and evidence-based communications systems in the construction industry and development of business ethics models for organisations. His publications have attracted over 503 SCI citations with H index 12, i-10 index 14 in Google Scholar. He has 10,088 reads and 1148 citations in ResearchGate.  

His international reputation is also reflected by his invitation as member of advisory committees of five international conferences, editorial member/guest editor of two journals (including Safety at Work Journal; Journal of Construction Economics and Building and Journal of Safety Science), three keynote/plenary lectures on conferences, referee for journals, and external examiner for three PhDs worldwide.  

I am passionate about research that focuses on: 

  • Sustainable construction (with specific emphasis on Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Building Performance Optimization, Low-Energy and Smart Buildings). 
  • Health and safety (investigating areas such as Engineering Systems Safety (ESS), Process safety, Safety Performance Management (SPM), and Human Factor Analysis. 
  • Construction Project Management (with emphasis on Building Information Modelling, Building Cost Information Management, Impact of Emerging Technologies and commercial practices in the construction industry).

Currently, in conjunction with Siemens-UK a renowned engineering company I am investigating and developing a "Reconfigurable Hybrid Smart Sensors for Monitoring Critical Deterioration in Infrastructures". I am the Principal investigator for this research project. The research is partly sponsored by the UK India Education Research Initiative (UKIERI). The aim of the research is to design and develop reconfigurable hybrid smart sensors for monitoring critical deterioration in infrastructures and to investigate impact of infrastructure deterioration on end-users' safety. The proposed smart sensor will provide efficient, cost-effective and smart techniques used to monitor deterioration, potency of building and civil infrastructures. The key measurable objectives of the research project are:   

  • To investigate present and future interdependencies of deterioration in infrastructures (Buildings and civil engineering assets) and to predict safety of end-users.  
  • To design, model and simulate reconfigurable hybrid smart electro-optical sensors that will actively measure rate of deterioration in civil infrastructures. 
  • To design a measurement algorithm, flow chart that provides integrated real-time data of dysfunctional critical deterioration of various infrastructures and safety of end-users. 

PUBLICATIONS

Books

  • Book publication (2018/19) title: Measuring Infrastructure Skills Productivity: Management of Critical Infrastructure. DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.85953

List of Journal Papers

  1. Arewa, A. O, Abdullahi, A. Edward, D.J and Nwankwo, C. (2021) Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings: Is the Stay-Put Tactic a Misjudgement or Magnificent Strategy? Published in Building Journal. Available in https://www.mdpi.com/2075-5309/11/8/339. (published)
  2. Nwankwo, C. D, Arewa, A. O, Theophilus, S. C & Esenowo, V. N. (2021) Analysis of accidents caused by human factors in the oil and gas industry using the HFACS-OGI framework. International Journal of Occupational Safety and Ergonomics. https://doi.org/10.1080/10803548.2021.1916238. (published)
  3. Arewa, A.O, Abdullahi, A and Mateo-Garcia, M. (2021) Integrated Building Performance Optimization using Low-Energy Renovation Process and Technologies. Energy and Buildings Energies https://www.mdpi.com /authors/ (Paper accepted awaiting publication)
  4. Arewa, A. O and Abdi, A. (2020) R rate Vulnerabilities of Elderly People caused by Fuel Poverty. Journal of Energy Conversion and Management.
  5. Nwankwo, C. D., Arewa, A. O and Theophilus, S. (2020) A comparative analysis of process safety management (PSM) systems in the process industry. Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jlp.2020.104171.
  6. Noruwa, B. I. and Arewa A. O. (2020) Effects of Emerging Technologies in Minimising Variations in Construction Projects in the UK. International Journal of Construction Management. 18 p.11-33.
  7. Arewa, A., Ugulu, R. A., Allen, S. (2019) Project Specific Constraints Influencing Productivity of Tradespeople in the Nigerian Construction Industry, 23 Sep Built Environment Project and Asset Management. 5, 23, BEPAM-10-2018-0124.R3.
  8. Arewa, A.O; Theoplilus, S.; Ifelebuegu, A and Farrell, P. (2018) Analysis of Penalties Imposed on Organisations for Breaching Safety and Health Regulations in the UK. Safety and Health at Work Journal. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.shaw.2018.01.004.
  9. Ifelebuegu, A. O; Oluwakemi, A. M, Theoplilus, S and Arewa, A.O (2019) The Role of Emotional Intelligence Factors in Workers’ Occupational Health and Safety Performance - A Case Study of the Petroleum Industry. MDPI Safety Journal 2019, 5(2), 30; https://doi.org/10.3390/safety5020030 (registering DOI) and https://www.mdpi.com/2313-576X/5/2/30.
  10. Arewa, A.O, Nwankwo, C, Theoplilus, S.; and Ifelebuegu (2018) Grenfell Tower Fire: The Role of Fire Safety Evacuation plan the Design of High-rise Buildings? Energy and Buildings Energies
  11. Arewa, A.O; Theoplilus, S.; Ifelebuegu, A and Farrell, P. (2017) Impact of Penalties Imposed on Construction SMEs for Breaching Safety and Health Regulations in the UK. Safety and Health at Work Journal. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.shaw.2018.01.004.
  12. Theophilus, S. C; Arewa, A.O; Ekpenyong, I. E; Augustine O. Ifelebuegu (2017) Human factors analysis and classification system for the oil and gas industry (HFACS-OGI). Reliability Engineering & System Safety Journal. 167, p. 168 176 p.
  13. . Ifelebuegu, A; Arewa, A; Stephen Theophilus; Esiwo Awotu-Ukiri; Enobong Bassey (2017) "The application of Bayesian - Layer of Protection Analysis method for risk assessment of critical subsea gas compression systems". Process Safety and Environmental Protection Official journal of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering. PSEP Manuscript: PSEP-D-17-00708R1.
  14. Arewa, A. O; Stephen T, Augustine I. (2018) Critical Analysis of Trend, Proportionality and Impact of Health and Safety Penalties. Journal of Safety Studies. http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/jss
  15. Arewa, A.O, Nwankwo, C, Theoplilus, S.; and Ifelebuegu (2017) Grenfell Tower Fire: Rethinking design for Fire safety in High-rise Buildings? International Journal of Design Management and Professional Practice.
  16. Arewa, A. O (2017) Fire Safety Decision Model based on the Rate of Fire Spread in High-rise Buildings. Buildings, EISSN 2075-5309, Published by MDPI 17.
  17. Arewa, A. O; Theophilus, S.; Ifelebuegu, A. and Farrell, P. (2016) Construction Organizations' Safety Performance: A Retrospective View. Journal of Safety Studies. http://www.macrothink.org/journal/index.php/jss 18.
  18. Arewa, A. O and Farrell, P (2015) Construction and Infrastructure: can Whistle-blowing Cure the Endemic Corruption in Construction sector? American Society of Civil Engineers Journal (ASCE), 2015-02-21 Vol: 2015:112/5

List of Conference Papers

  1. Arewa, A. O; Peter, L.S. and Ugulu, R. A (2020) Unfair Payment Issues in Construction: Rethinking Alternative Payment Method for Tier-1 Contractors to Subcontractors. Proceeding of International Conference on Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CIC 2020), Doha, Qatar, 2- 5 February 2020, DOI: https://doi.org/10.29117/cic.2020.0017.
  2. Nosheen. A. (2020); Arewa, A. O and Akthar, H. M (2020) Preventive Approach to Unsubstantiated Claims and Disputes in the UK Construction Industry. Proceeding of International Conference on Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CIC 2020), Doha, Qatar, 2-5 February 2020, DOI: https://doi.org/10.29117/cic.2020.0017.
  3. Abdi A. M., Arewa A., Tyrer M., Ugulu R. A., "Energy Efficiency in Buildings and Excess Summer Mortality in the UK", Proceeding of International Conference on Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CIC 2020), Doha, Qatar, 2-5 February 2020, DOI: https://doi.org/10.29117/cic.2020.0017. 
  4. Ugulu, R. A., Allen, S. & Arewa, A. (2019) Relationship between labour productivity and curved wall construction in high-rise building projects 3 - 4 September 2019, ARCOM Conferences - Leeds UK. UK: ARCOM, p. 23-34 12
  5. Peter, L. L. (2 and Arewa, A. O. (2018) Potentiality of Emerging Technologies to Minimise Late-Payments Quandary in Construction. Full paper accepted in ARCOM 2018; conference is scheduled for 4 - 6 September 2018.
  6. Noruwa, B. I; Arewa, A. O and Agyekum-Mensah, G. (2018) Emerging Technologies and their Leverage on Fragmentation in the Construction Industry. Full paper in ARCOM 2018; conference is scheduled for 4 - 6 September 2018.
  7. Noruwa, B. I; Merschbrock, C., Arewa, A. O and Agyekum-Mensah, G. (2018) Assessing the Institutionalisation of Emerging ICT in Construction: A view from the West-Midlands of England. Full paper in ARCOM 2018; conference is scheduled for 4 - 6 September 2018.
  8. Theophilus, S. C; Arewa, A.O; Ekpenyong, I. E; Augustine O. Ifelebuegu, Agyekum-Mensah, G; and Ajare; T. (2017) " A Technique for the Retrospective and Predictive Analysis of Cognitive Errors for the Oil and Gas Industry (TRACEr-OGI). Lambert Academic Publishing. OmniScriptum AraPers GmbH Bahnhofstraße 28, D-66111 Saarbrücken, Germany.
  9. Stephen Theophilus, Augustine Ifelebuegu, Andrew Arewa, George Agyekum-Mensah (2016) A Technique for the Retrospective and Predictive Analysis of Cognitive Errors for the Oil and Gas Industry (TRACEr-OGI).
  10. Theophilus, S. C; Abikoye, O. G; Arewa, A. O; Ifelebuegu, A. O and Esenowo, V. (2016) Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process to Identify the Most Influencing Human Factors (HFs) and Performance Influencing Factors (PIFs) in Process Safety Accidents. Proceeding of Society of Petroleum Engineers Conference DOI: http://dx.doi.org/NA SPE/AAPG Africa Energy and Technology Conference, 5-7 December, Nairobi City. Available at https://www.onepetro.org/ conference-paper/SPE-AFRC2571952MS?
  11. Arewa, A. O and Agyekum-Mensah, G. (2016) assessment of common principles and practices that make fraud and corruption endemic in the construction industry. Proceeding of RICS COBRA conference Toronto- Canada.
  12.  Arewa, A. O and Agyekum-Mensah, G. (2016) Exploration of how Project Management and Planning can be Improved: A Practitioners Perspective. Proceeding of RICS COBRA conference Toronto- Canada.
  13. Banwo, O. O., Agyekum-Mensah, G. & Arewa, A.O (2016) Development of a procurement decision support system to enhance construction project delivery - from claims management perspective. International conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management. IEOM Society, p. 390. Proceedings of the 2016 International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Detroit, Michigan, USA, September 23-25, 2016
  14. Peter, L.S. (2020); Arewa, A. O and Ugulu, R. A (2020) Unfair Payment Issues in Construction: Re-thinking Alternative Payment Method for Tier-1 Contractors to Subcontractors. Proceeding of International Conference on Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CIC 2020), Doha, Qatar, 2-5 February 2020, DOI: https://doi.org/10.29117/cic.2020.0017.
  15. Nosheen. A. (2020); Arewa, A. O and Akthar, H. M (2020) Preventive Approach to Unsubstantiated Claims and Disputes in the UK Construction Industry. Proceeding of International Conference on Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CIC 2020), Doha, Qatar, 2- 5 February 2020, DOI: https://doi.org/10.29117/cic.2020.0017.
  16. Abdi A. M., Arewa A., Tyrer M., Ugulu R. A., (2020) "Energy Efficiency in Buildings and Excess Summer Mortality in the UK", Proceeding of International Conference on Civil Infrastructure and Construction (CIC 2020), Doha, Qatar, 2-5 February 2020, DOI: https://doi.org/10.29117/cic.2020.0017
  17. Peter, L. L. (2 and Arewa, A. O. (2018) Potentiality of Emerging Technologies to Minimise Late Payments Quandary in Construction. Full paper accepted in ARCOM 2018; conference is scheduled for 4 - 6 September 2018.
  18. Noruwa, B. I; Arewa, A. O and Agyekum-Mensah, G. (2018) Emerging Technologies and their Leverage on Fragmentation in the Construction Industry. Full paper accepted in ARCOM 2018; conference is scheduled for 4 - 6 September 2018.
  19. Noruwa, B. I; Merschbrock, C., Arewa, A. O and Agyekum-Mensah, G. (2018) Assessing the Institutionalisation of Emerging ICT in Construction: A view from the West Midlands of England. Full paper accepted in ARCOM 2018; conference is scheduled for 4 - 6 September 2018.
  20. Theophilus, S. C; Arewa, A.O; Ekpenyong, I. E; Augustine O. Ifelebuegu (2017) Human factors analysis and classification system for the oil and gas industry (HFACS-OGI). Reliability Engineering & System Safety Journal. 167, p. 168 176 p.
  21. Ifelebuegu, A; Arewa, A; Stephen Theophilus; Esiwo Awotu-Ukiri; Enobong Bassey (2017) "The application of Bayesian - Layer of Protection Analysis method for risk assessment of critical subsea gas compression systems". Process Safety and Environmental Protection Official journal of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering. PSEP Manuscript: PSEP-D-17- 00708R1.
  22. Theophilus, S. C; Arewa, A.O; Ekpenyong, I. E; Augustine O. Ifelebuegu, Agyekum-Mensah, G; and Ajare; T. (2017) " A Technique for the Retrospective and Predictive Analysis of Cognitive Errors for the Oil and Gas Industry (TRACEr-OGI). Lambert Academic Publishing. OmniScriptum AraPers GmbH Bahnhofstraße 28, D-66111 Saarbrücken, Germany.
  23. Stephen Theophilus, Augustine Ifelebuegu, Andrew Arewa, George Agyekum-Mensah (2016) A Technique for the Retrospective and Predictive Analysis of Cognitive Errors for the Oil and Gas Industry (TRACEr-OGI).
  24. Banwo, O. O., Agyekum-Mensah, G. & Arewa, A.O (2016) Development of a procurement decision support system to enhance construction project delivery - from claims management.
  25. Assessing Climate Change risks on Safety and Reliability of Construction Infrastructures in the UKCIB TG72/ARCOM, Manchester, United Kingdom, 15/06/15. 2015-06-27 | conference paper.
  26. Arewa, A.O. and Farrell, P. (2011) An empirical analysis of cost, investment and returns on spending on preventive health and safety by construction firms. Proceedings from the RICS COBRA Conference 2013-10-28 | conference paper.
  27. Arewa, A.O. and Farrell, P. (2011) A review of construction SME's safety performance; where are we and why? 2013-04-13 | conference paper.
  28. Arewa, A.O. and Farrell, P. (2012). A review of compliance with health and safety regulations and economic performance of SMEs in the UK construction - 2012-09-05 ARCOM conference paper. Part of ISSN: ISBN: 978-0-9552390-6-9 (2 Vols.)
  29. Arewa, A.O. and Farrell, P. (2011) The Private Finance Initiative (PFI); why value for money remains elusive. 2011-08-14 | conference paper.
  30.  Arewa, A.O. (2011) Cost of Safety: What are the Direct and Indirect Costs of Providing Safety in Construction industry? Proceedings of the 10th International Postgraduate Research Conference (IPGRC).
  31. Arewa, A.O. and Farrell, P. (2011) An appraisal of health and safety costing and culture in construction. Proceedings of the 10th International Postgraduate Research Conference. 2011-06-11 | conference paper.
  32. Arewa, A.O. (2011) Analysis of Direct and Indirect Cost Safety in the Construction Sector. Proceedings of the 10th International Postgraduate Research Conference (IPGRC). 2011-04-06 | conference paper.
  33. Arewa, A.O. (2013) Cost and Impact uncertainty for construction deliverable in the UK Proceedings of the 11th International Postgraduate Research Conference. 2013-07-18 | conference paper

Peer Reviewed Editorial Opinions

  1. Late payments to Construction Contractors: a financial Crime or Magnificent Commercial Strategy?
  2. What are the most effective and efficient strategy for predicting and controlling corrupt activities in mega construction projects?
  3. Fire Safety in Buildings: Is 'Stay-Put' Directive a Misjudgement or Magnificent Strategy?
  4. Is spending on managing COVID-19 health and safety crisis and search for viable vaccines a cost or investment?
  5. Is the Construction Industry Rip for Analytic Hierarchy Safety System for Accidents Accident Investigation? Royal Academy of Engineering (Manchester) 2015.

List of PhD Students' Work Supervised by Andrew Arewa as Director of Studies. Students' works published online

  1. Iweka, Obiajulu Chukwudi (2021) Novel Interaction Methods for Energy End-User Behaviour Transition. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. DoS - Andrew O Arewa
  2. Chizaram Dagogo Nwankwo Year (2020) Title of Thesis: Development of an Integrated Process Safety Management and Climate Change Model for the Oil and Gas Industry. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. DoS - Andrew O Arewa
  3. Ghazi Moh'd Alabbadi Year (2020) Title of Thesis: Development of a Framework towards Enhancing Workers Productivity in the Jordanian Construction Industry. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. DoS - Andrew O Arewa
  4. Bolanle Ireti Noruwa; Year (2019) Title of Thesis: Application and Effects of Emerging Technologies on Variation minimisation in Construction Projects - UK. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. DoS - Andrew O Arewa
  5. Laura L. Peter, Year (February 2021) Development of a Framework to Minimise Unfair Payment Practices in the UK Construction Industry. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. DoS - Andrew O Arewa
  6. Ozavize Banwo, Year (January 2020) Title of Thesis: Development of a Framework for Building Cost Information Management in Nigeria. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. DoS - Andrew O Arewa
  7. Asia Nosheen Year (2021) Title of Thesis: Development of Effective Claim and Dispute Management System for the UK Construction Industry. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. DoS - Andrew O Arewa
  8. Romeo Sosthène Nkurunziza, Year (2018) Title of Thesis: Assessing the Impact of Climate Change on Renewable Energy Production in the East African Community. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. First Supervisor - Andrew Arewa
  9. Ikechukwu Dike, Year (2017) Title of Thesis: Critical Exploration of the Impact of Building Information Modelling on the Culture and Performance of UK Construction Supply Chain. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. First Supervisor - Andrew Arewa
  10. Olatunde O. Banwo, Year (2016) Title of Thesis: The Development of a Decision Support System for Selecting Construction Procurement Strategy to Enhance Claims Management Practice. Thesis Submitted to the School of Energy, Construction and Environment, Coventry University in Fulfilment of the Requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. First Supervisor - Andrew Arewa
  11. Ali Abdi Year (ongoing study) Title of Thesis: Predictive Analytics of Energy Efficiency in Buildings and Health Vulnerabilities of Elderly People. The study is current ongoing; scheduled to be complete in June 2022. First Supervisor - Andrew Arewa

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BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management

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MODULES

Module Leader for undergraduate and postgraduate modules including:  

  • Advance Contract Management
  • Building/Civil Engineering Measurement
  • Construction Technology
  • Project Management
  • Procurement Strategies
  • Construction Economics
  • Sustainable Construction & Construction Finance