Obuks A. Ejohwomu BEng MSc PhD MNSE FHAE
Obuks A. Ejohwomu BEng MSc PhD MNSE FHAE
Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in Project Management, The University of Manchester
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Nigeria’s construction industry: barriers to effective communication
OA Ejohwomu, OS Oshodi, KC Lam
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2017
Effects of steel slag addition on the plasticity, strength, and permeability of lateritic soil
II Akinwumi, JB Adeyeri, OA Ejohwomu
ICSDEC 2012: Developing the Frontier of Sustainable Design, Engineering, and …, 2013
Causes of conflicts in construction projects in Nigeria: Consultant’s and contractor’s perspective
AO Ejohwomu, OS Oshodi, MK Onifade
Nigerian Journal of Technology 35 (2), 270-277, 2016
Systematic analysis of driverless technologies
DJ Edwards, J Akhtar, I Rillie, N Chileshe, JHK Lai, CJ Roberts, ...
Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, 2021
Knowledge Economy: A panacea for sustainable development in Nigeria.
A Ogundeinde, O Ejohwomu
Procedia Engineering 145, 790-795, 2016
Comparing univariate techniques for tender price index forecasting: Box-Jenkins and neural network model
OS Oshodi, OA Ejohwomu, IO Famakin, P Cortez
Construction Economics and Building 17 (3), 109-123, 2017
A review of construction management and economics research outputs in Nigeria: Towards a sustainable future
OA Ejohwomu, OS Oshodi
Journal of Construction Project Management and Innovation 4 (sup-1), 900-905, 2014
Multiskilling: A UK construction and building services perspective
OA Ejohwomu, DG Proverbs, P Olomolaiye
Procs 22nd Annual ARCOM Conference, 4-6, 2006
Safety leading indicators in construction: A systematic review
J Xu, C Cheung, P Manu, O Ejohwomu
Safety science 139, 105250, 2021
Building information modelling diffusion research in developing countries: A user meta-model approach
SA Adekunle, O Ejohwomu, CO Aigbavboa
Buildings 11 (7), 264, 2021
Spatial-temporal dynamics of social value: Lessons learnt from two UK nuclear decommissioning case studies
C Mulholland, OA Ejohwomu, PW Chan
Journal of cleaner production 237, 117677, 2019
Modelling the supply and demand for construction and building services skills in the Black Country
OA Ejohwomu
University of Wolverhampton, 2007
Modelling the supply and demand for construction and building services in the Black Country
OA Ejohwomu, DG Proverbs, P Olomolaiye
5th International Postgraduate Research Conference in the Built and Human …, 2005
Learning from failures (LFF): A multi-level conceptual model for changing safety culture in the Nigerian construction industry
CM Cheung, A Yunusa-Kaltungo, O Ejohwomu, RP Zhang
Construction health and safety in developing countries, 205-217, 2019
The impact of multiskilling on UK's construction manpower
OA Ejohwomu, DG Proverbs, P Olomolaiye
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Management, Procurement …, 2008
How Does Project Management Relate to Productivity?: A Systematic Review of Published Evidence
PW Chan, O Ejohwomu
Association for Project Management, 2018
A case study of a negotiated tender within a small-to-medium construction contractor: modelling project cost variance
J Ellis, DJ Edwards, WD Thwala, O Ejohwomu, EE Ameyaw, M Shelbourn
Buildings 11 (6), 260, 2021
BIM Implementation:: Articulating the Hurdles in Developing Countries
SA Adekunle, C Aigbavboa, O Ejohwomu
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Innovative Production and …, 2020
Ethics and stakeholder engagement for industry/construction 4.0: a systematic review
K Okedara, O Ejohwomu, P Chan
Construction Industry Development Board Postgraduate Research Conference …, 2019
Modelling and Forecasting Temporal PM2.5 Concentration Using Ensemble Machine Learning Methods
OA Ejohwomu, O Shamsideen Oshodi, M Oladokun, OT Bukoye, ...
Buildings 12 (1), 46, 2022
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