Prof. EGBU, Charles




Professor Charles Egbu is Dean of the School of The Built Environment and Architecture, London South Bank University, UK. His First Degree was in Quantity Surveying [First Class Honours – Leeds Metropolitan University, UK] and worked briefly as Construction Economist/Quantity Surveyor for a large construction company. His Doctorate [PhD University of Salford, UK] was in Construction Management (Salford University, UK). He is a Fellow of the Association for Project Management, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building. He is a Director and member of the Board of Trustees for the Association for Project Management (APM). He is the Chair of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM) and holds Visiting Professor positions in Universities in Europe, Asia and Africa. He is an author of 10 books in Project Management, and Construction Engineering Management. He has contributed over 350 publications in various international journals and conferences and has hosted and chaired many international conferences in his areas of expertise. He sits on many international Scientific Committees and Research Boards in the areas of Architecture, Engineering and Construction. In addition, he has produced many practitioner-based reports, policy and guidance documents, and conducted many workshops and seminars internationally in his areas of discipline.
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