Have over 25 years of lecturing experience, and have lectured at Undergraduate (UG), postgraduate (PG) levels. Have also taught and supervised post graduate research students and research associates, and fellows
Have supervised over 30 PhD students and Examined over 100 PhD students worldwide in the areas of architecture, Engineering and construction (AEC), and wider areas of the Built and Natural Environments.
Have visited over 30 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia, North America, South America, and Australia to lecture, present in conferences, act as a keynote speaker; support in the development of new academic programmes, and training and supporting academic students and staff. Countries include Spain, Italy, France, Sweden, Finland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Wales, England, Scotland, Ireland, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Rwanda, India, China, Japan, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Qatar, Bahrain, Canada, America, Brazil, Australia
Mentored academic staff and students
Have developed and delivered several training and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes for professionals in the Construction Industry, and wider Built Environment, as well as for Project Managers in differing sectors. Training programmes cover risk management, value management, planning and control, Quality management, modern methods of construction, sustainable development, supply chain management, innovations and knowledge management in organisations, and mental health & wellbeing.
Have developed several policy documents and guide for the construction industry
Chair (and a member) of number government commissions and panels to do with the construction industry and the wider built environment.
Published several articles and positional papers in differing areas of the construction industry and the built environment in journals, magazines.
Participated in several leadership discussions on a host of areas affecting the construction and built environment (e.g. procurement, quality, safety. mental health, training, unfair payments; equality, diversity, and inclusivity; women in construction, and attracting the younger generation into construction; and improving the image of the construction industry.