Construction Science: technology, materials and management‌

Researchers within this theme are engaged in work that addresses innovation in construction science, contemporary and traditional building materials and techniques, fabrication efficiency and the management of building processes.

Key areas:

  • Environmental design
  • Construction science and technology
  • Energy, carbon and buildings
  • Integration of structure, services and fabric
  • Health, comfort and wellbeing
  • Renewable energy and smart grids
  • Material innovations
  • Conservation of heritage buildings
  • Digital engineering
  • Building Information Management
  • Procurement of sustainable buildings
  • Modern Methods of Construction
  • Population dynamics and the built environment
  • Ecology and natural architecture
  • Lean Construction
  • Construction Procurement Systems
  • Supply-Chain Management

For further information contact: Prof Stephen Pretlove