Dr N Tobin

Profile Photo
  • Qualifications:BSc(Hons), MSc, PgCert., PGCAP, PhD, SFHEA. MCIOB,
  • Position:Senior Lecturer in Quantity Surveying
  • Department:Faculty of Environment and Technology (FET)
  • Telephone:+4411732 84758
  • Email:N.Tobin@uwe.ac.uk
  • Social media: LinkedIn logo

About me

Dr Ndibarafinia Tobin is a Senior Lecturer in Quantity Surveying Senior Lecturer at the University of the West of England (UWE), Department of Architecture & Built Environment. He has a PhD in the Built Environment and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA).

Tobin holds a PhD in the area of Whole Life Costing from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Scotland, MSc in Quantity Surveying from the University of Salford, Manchester and a BSc (Hons)  in Civil Engineering from the University of Bolton, UK. 

Prior to joining UWE, Tobin worked as a Lecturer in Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management  at Coventry University, England, UK  and a Senior Lecturer in Quantity Surveying and Construction Management at The University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Swansea, Wales, UK.

Tobin's role combines leadership, research, and teaching. Tobin has taught on several areas including,  Innovation in construction, digital design and construction, project planning and control, cost management, procurement & contract administration, and lean construction, construction technology and modern methods of construction (MMC) at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Tobin is currently part of an ongoing projects at UWE, Bristol which explores the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques for enhancing infrastructure and construction cost estimation.

Tobin is currently accepting PhD Students  

Area of expertise

Measurement building and civil engineering (SMM7, NRM2, CESMM4)

Construction technology and building construction

Modern procurement strategies in project delivery

Emerging project delay issues and construction risk management

Project Procurement and contract selection

Dispute resolution mechanisms in construction

Project planning; and cost control

Cost control monitoring  and accounting


Publications loading Publications loading...

Back to top