of graduates from our Architectural Technology course are in work or further study six months after graduating
source:DHLE Survey 2016/17
Overall student satisfaction on our Architectural Technology course
of graduates from our Building Surveying course are in work or further study six months after graduating
source:DHLE Survey 2016/17
of graduates from our Construction Management course are in work or further study six months after graduating
source:DHLE Survey 2016/17
of graduates from our Quantity Surveying course are in work or further study six months after graduating
source:DLHE Survey 2016/17
Head of Subject
M.W.Wilson@leedsbeckett.ac.uk | 0113 81 27622
Mark is the Head of Subject for Surveying, Construction and Project Management which delivers a varied range of technical courses. He is a chartered building surveyor with over 20 years experience in the industry and he is still active in consultancy work for local companies, specialising in timber and damp investigations.
Mark is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and is currently a board member for the Yorkshire and Humber Region. He is active in the local group and has close links to the Matrics which is a group of the RICS dedicated to younger members and students. He has worked in the profession for over 25 years on many different projects and roles delivering major refurbishment projects and new build leisure centres to managing a property management team for a local authority and uses this experience to enhance his teaching delivery by punctuating the theoretical perspectives with real life examples.
Mark has a passion for building pathology and enjoys nothing more than investigation damp problems to provide the most effective solutions. He has an ...View Staff Profile
Dr Matthew Brooke-Peat
M.Brooke-Peat@leedsbeckett.ac.uk | 0113 81 21730
Matthew is a Chartered Architectural Technologist (MCIAT), Chartered Builder (MCIOB) and Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv). Since 1994, he has held positions in construction, architectural practice, academia and technical consultancy. During this time, Matthew has designed and managed new-build, refurbishment, restoration, renovation and conversion projects across a wide range of building types. Matthew is Course Director for Architectural Technology at the University where he engages in course development and management, teaching, research and consultancy activities. His specialist area of research and consultancy focuses on the thermal performance of building fabric.
He is actively involved with professional institutions at local and national level. Matthew is currently Vice President Education for the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT) and the CIAT Regional Treasurer for Yorkshire. His previous roles, amongst others, include: assessor for the Chartered Architectural Technologist (MCIAT) and Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) professional qualifications, CIAT ...View Staff Profile
M.B.Green@leedsbeckett.ac.uk | 0113 81 27647
Since 1994 Martin has been a full-time academic working in the area of construction law, contract law and dispute resolution and since 2002 he has been the Course Leader for the MSc in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution.
Martin was originally a Civil Engineer working mostly in reinforced concrete but later developed his own Building Consultancy gaining experience in both design of buildings and contract administration.
Since 2002 he has specialised in Construction Law with particular interest in the resolution of disputes in the construction industry - especially arbitration and adjudication.View Staff Profile
Allan Jones is responsible for the development of the Transnational Education framework for the franchise and enterprise network, both here in the UK and overseas. Taking the lead within the School of Built Environment and Engineering, Allan champions the global engagement priorities of the university.
Allan manages the existing partner network in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Mauritius, to ensure all students achieve the learning outcomes for the course and receive a similar learning experience to the UK environment. He also works with new partners to develop lasting relationships, which are beneficial to both parties, and which meet the regulatory requirements for the Country of operation.
Allan identifies students who are able to successfully complete the programme of study, to give them the professional skills to add value to Society.View Staff Profile
M.Laurillard@leedsbeckett.ac.uk | 0113 81 24144
Before moving into full time lecturing, Mark had 25 years practical experience in project management across a wide range of sectors. This depth of experience is extensively drawn upon throughout Mark's lecturing and support for students at all levels.
Mark is also the Director of the Centre for Project Management - the Centre is accredited by the Association for Project Management for the delivery of both the Introductory Certificate in Project Management and the APM Practitioner courses.
Mark is active in providing consultancy to a number of organisations - working with them to enhance the development of project management capability.View Staff Profile
J.Lloyd@leedsbeckett.ac.uk | 0113 81 28167
Joanne is a member of the RICS and the IWFM. Her professional career as a quantity surveyor has seen her work for a number of local authorities in both the design and commercial teams. Her wide and varied industry experience allows her to be able to use real life examples within her teaching to enhance teaching delivery.
Joanne is a chartered surveyor who has enjoyed a varied career in both the public and private sector of the industry.
During her career she has been involved in a number of large refurbishment and new build projects for local authorities and further education establishments.
Joanne has had an interest in education for many years and as part of this interest served as Chair of Governors at a local primary school for over 10 years and is still active as a Foundation Governor for a selective boys grammar school where she is also Chair of the Finance and Resources Committee.
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