Dr. Mustapha Munir
School of Science, Engineering and Environment
Lecturer in BIM and Digital Technology
Mustapha is a Lecturer in BIM and Digital Technology at the School of Science, Engineering and Environment. Previously, he worked in the industry for 10 years as a Consultant Quantity Surveyor and Project Manager. Mustapha has completed his PhD, which focused on BIM implementation in Asset Management and value realisation for AEC Clients. Right through Mustapha’s industry experience, he has worked with contractors and key stakeholders to deliver projects ranging from small-scale building rehabilitations to large infrastructure projects. Mustapha’s career has grown through diverse fields of practice; starting from the basics of developing estimates right through contract administration and becoming an accomplished expert in building economics; then progressing into project management and developing a hands-on understanding of safeguarding significant client KPIs in project delivery; and then moving on to become a competent researcher in the field of BIM implementation, asset information management and subsequent business value realisation activities for built assets.
Areas of research
BIM, Digitalisation and Sustainability, Facility and Asset Management, Project Management, Value Realisation
- BIM Theory and Practice
- BIM for the Built Environment
- Integrated BIM Projects
- Integrated Design and Delivery Systems
- Lean Integrated Design and Production
- Project and Production Management
Mustapha's research interests are in the field of Digital Transformation in the Construction Industry. He has extensive experience in BIM, Asset Management, Facility Management and Value Realisation.
Mustapha is a member of the Digital Built Environment Research Group and works closely with other associates in research projects and PhD supervision.
He is the author of several journal papers and has presented several papers at international refereed conferences.
- B.Tech (Hons) Quantity Surveying
- MSc. Construction Project Management
- PhD Architecture