Dr Udayangani Kulatunga

Senior Lecturer

  • Maxwell Building Room 402
  • T: +44 (0)161 295 6943
  • E: u.kulatunga@salford.ac.uk
  • SEEK: Research profile

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I conduct lectures for the Quantity Surveying degree programme at the School of the Built Environment and I am a member of the Centre for Disaster Resilience, University of Salford. I am also the Programme Director for BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying affiliated degree programme delivered in Sri Lanka. My research portfolio has two distinct research domains: Performance Measurement and Disaster Management.



Quantity Surveying Discipline Project 2- BSc Undergraduates.

Measurement A- HNC/D Construction and Property.

Research Interests

  • Disaster Management
  • Performance Measurement
  • Construction Waste Management
  • Risk Management

Qualifications and Memberships

BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying


PG Certificate in Academic Practice

Fellow of Higher Education Academy


Kulatunga, U & Rameezdeen, R 2014, 'Use of Clickers to Improve Student Engagement in Learning: Observations from the Built Environment Discipline', International Journal for Education and Research in the Built Environment, 10(1), pp.3-18.

Kulatunga, U, Amaratunga, D & Haigh, R, 2011, Structured approach to measure performance in Construction Research and Development: Performance Measurement System Development, International Journal of Productivity & Performance Management, 60 (3), pp.289 – 310

Kulatunga U, 2010, Impact of Culture towards Disaster Risk Reduction, International Journal of Strategic Property Management, 14(4), pp 304-313

Kulatunga, U, Amaratunga, D & Haigh, R, 2010, Implementation of Critical Success Factors in Construction Research and Development Process, International Journal of Engineering, Science and Technology, Special issue on New Product Development, 2 (9), pp 96-106

Kulatunga, U, Amaratunga, D & Haigh, R, 2009, Critical Success Factors of Construction Research and Development, Construction Management and Economics, Vol. 27. No. 9, pp. 891-900