Profile

Temitope Omotayo
Title: Dr
First Name: Temitope
Surname: Omotayo
Position: Lecturer
Telephone: +44 (0)1224 263720
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Duties and Responsibilities

Temi is a quantity surveying lecturer and module coordinator for measurement of civil engineering works; mechanical and electrical services; value and cost studies 1; Integrative studies 3; Built Asset procurement and contractual arrangement for Masters students (full time and online part time). He also coordinates distance learning modules, supervises undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations. At the moment he is currently co-supervising a PhD student along with Dr David Moore.

Academic Background

Temi holds a PhD in construction and project management from the University of Salford and a Masters Degree in quantity surveying (mechanical and electrical) from the same institution. His undergraduate degree in quantity surveying was from Federal University of Technology Akure, Nigeria. With a Pg Cert in Teaching, Temi will be a fellow of the higher education academy.

Research Interests

Continuous improvement in construction cost management

Mapping and process improvement in the construction industry

BIM in quantity surveying

Funding

Temi was a £2,000 conference award recipient for CIB World Congress 2016, from the School of the Built Environment, University of Salford, Manchester, UK.

External / Professional Roles

Temi is a member of the scientific committee for the International Postgraduate Research Conference (IPGRC) in the University of Salford.

Publications

Amadi, A. and Omotayo, T (2017). Positioning cost overrun research in the philosophical debate: A case for critical realism. 13th International Postgraduate Research Conference. 14-15th September, University of Salford, Manchester, UK.

Amadi, A. and Omotayo, T (2017). Positioning cost overrun research in the philosophical debate: A case for critical realism. 13th International Postgraduate Research Conference. 14-15th September, University of Salford, Manchester, UK.

Omotayo T and Kulatunga U. (2017). A gemba Kaizen Model based on BPMN for Small-and Medium-Scale construction businesses in Nigeria. Journal of construction project management and innovation. 7(1), 1760-1778.

Omotayo T and Kulatunga U. (2017). A Continuous improvement framework using IDEF0 for post-contract cost control. Journal of construction project management and innovation. 7(1), 1807-1823.

Omotayo, T.S & Kulatunga, U., 2016. Re-thinking post-contract cost controlling techniques in the Nigerian construction industry. The 5th World Construction Symposium 2016: Greening Environment, Eco Innovations & Entrepreneurship 29-31 July 2016, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Omotayo, T.S & Kulatunga, U., 2016. Achieving incremental cost reduction via kaizen costing in the Nigerian construction industry. Proceedings of the CIB World Building Congress 2016, at Tampere, Finland, Volume: III.

Omotayo, T.S & Kulatunga, U., 2015. The need for Kaizen costing in Indigenous Nigerian construction firms. 12th International Postgraduate Research Conference, Media City, UK, 10th-12th June.

Omotayo, T.S & Kulatunga, U., 2015. The research methodology for the development of a kaizen costing framework suitable for indigenous. ARCOM doctoral workshop on research methodology, DIT, Dublin, Ireland, 10th April.

Omotayo, T.S & Keraminiyage, K.P., 2014. The widening knowledge gap in the built environment of developed and developing nations: Lean and offsite construction in Nigeria and the UK. CIB International conference, Heritance Kandalama, Sri Lanka, 4th-7th May.

Keynote Address: The modus operandi of acquiring a PhD: Myths and Realities, delivered at the 13th International Postgraduate Research Conference. 14-15th September, University of Salford, Manchester, UK.