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Dr Zulfikar Adamu is an Associate Professor of Strategic IT in Construction in the School of The Build Environment and Architecture at London South Bank University (LSBU).
Ali has extensive experience in surveying, construction management, commercial management and construction technology, and is currently course director of our BSc Commercial Management and BSc Construction Management programmes.
Obas John Ebohon is Professor of Sustainability and Environmental Law in the School of Built Environment and Architecture and Director of the Centre for Sustainability and Resilient Communities
Daniel Fong is an Associate Professor in the Division of Construction, Property and Surveying, School of the Built Environment and Architecture. Daniel was the Academic Director for the subject area and has led a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses as well as modules. He was also the link tutor for various collaboration programmes, both in the UK and abroad. Prior to joining the university, Daniel worked as a project manager in the construction industry.
Maggie Hammond is a Senior Lecturer in Construction Law at LSBU. She is also a member of the Gender and Sexualities research group and the Construction Management Economics and Integrated Delivery research group.
Jennifer Hardi's research interests are in Building Information Modelling, Life Cycle Assessment and sustainable buildings. She is a chartered member of CIAT (MCIAT) and involved in peer reviewing international journals specialising in sustainability.
Lynne has an extensive career as a registered valuer and advisor. Her core competencies include the valuation of commercial, industrial, residential and rural property interests as well as statutory and compulsory purchase valuation procedures.
Dr. Job is an architectural professional with expertise in Sustainability, Construction Technology, Future Cities and Urban Informatics/BIM. He holds a Ph.D. in Architecture and Urban Development and also a master's and bachelor’s degree in Architecture and currently has over 7 years’ experience in research, teaching, and practice. Dr. Job seeks to use the knowledge/skills acquired to enhance student’s experience as well as, prepare them to be professionally equipped to face the ever-changing industry of the 21st century through advanced innovative research and teaching.
Dr Steve Phillips is the Course Director for MSc in Building Surveying and BSc (Hons) Building Surveying in the School of The Built Environment and Architecture.
Bert Ediale Young is currently the Course Director for the PgD/MSc Quantity Surveying and teaches on our PgD/MSc Quantity Surveying courses as well as the BSc (Hons) courses in BEA