Dr Adebusola Ateloye

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  • Qualifications:PhD, MSc, PGDip, AFHEA
  • Position:Lecturer in Construction Project Management
  • Department:FET - Architecture and the Built Environment
  • Telephone:+4411732 82994
  • Email:Adebusola.Ateloye@uwe.ac.uk

About me

I am a lecturer in Construction Project Management at the university of the West of England. I am a dynamic and motivated Construction and the Built Environment professional who has demonstrated success in developing good practices through curriculum development as well as facilitating theory and practice-based teaching, & learning. I am passionate about teaching and mentoring emerging construction industry professionals and delivering enriched learning content that enthuses and inspires students.

I have gained over 20 years of experience working in both the industry and in the academic. I worked in various capacities in the Directorate of Physical Development, Works & Services at the National Open University of Nigeria from 2003 to 2018. I also worked at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh between 2014 and 2022. My last employment before I joined UWE was for over three years as a Course Leader in Construction and Civil Engineering at Bridgwater and Taunton College, Taunton.

I have also been a Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Ambassador; inspiring young people to better engage with and continue to study STEM subjects. As STEM ambassadors, we encourage enhanced quality of classroom teaching by bringing STEM concepts to life, adding context and cutting-edge applications to theory, whilst challenging young people to solve real problems that STEM-based businesses face.  

My research interest is in Digital construction, and Sustainability especially decarbonisation in the construction industry. Other interest areas:

  • Innovation in Construction Management & Practice
  • Value & Risk Management
  • Building Information Modelling
  • Health and Safety Management

Area of expertise

Construction Project Management

Construction Information Management


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