Dr Ade Oyegoke

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Ade is a Reader at the School of Built Environment and Engineering. A distinguished academic, Quantity Surveyor and an expert in the theory and practice of construction procurement.

Ade holds a Doctor of Science in Technology in Construction Economics and Management with specialism on procurement strategies from the Helsinki University of Technology, Finland. Ade has published extensively in the journals, peer reviewed conferences and has supervised many doctoral works to successful completion. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building (MCIOB), the Association of Cost Engineers in the UK (MACostE) and the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (MNIQS).

Ade has been involved in many external funded research projects and consultancy services. Currently, Ade is working on Innovate UK £500,000 project on developing a smart system for streamlining housing adaptation process. 

Current Teaching

  • Measurement
  • Building technology
  • Procurement
  • Tendering and valuation
  • Experiential learning.

Research Interests

His research interests include:

  • housing adaptation
  • sustainability
  • transparency
  • procurement
  • construction economics
  • cost overrun in mega projects
  • construction and project management.

Selected Publications

Journal articles (25)

Chapters (2)

  • Oyegoke AS (In press) The Contextual Approach to Stakeholder Management in Finland. In: Construction Stakeholder Management. : Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 65-74.
  • Oyegoke AS; Awodele O; Ajayi S (2019) Managing construction risks and uncertainties. In: Ogunlana SO; Dey P Risk Management in Engineering and Construction: Tools and Techniques. : Taylor and Francis, pp. 285-305.

Conference proceedings (6)

  • Zhou W; Oyegoke A; Ming S (2018) Housing adaptations for ageing in Great Britain: legislation, policy and practice. In: RICS COBRA 2018 London 23/04/2018 00:00:00. : , pp. .
  • Al-Yafei E; Ogunlana S; Oyegoke A (2017) Application of value engineering and life cycle costing techniques for offshore topside facility projects: Towards sustainability. In: SPE Kuwait Oil & Gas Show and Conference Kuwait City, Kuwait 15/10/2017 00:00:00. : , pp. .
  • Ateloye A; Bowles G; Oyegoke A (2016) Private sector participation in Nigeria higher education infrastructure development. In: . : , pp. 921-929.
  • Khalfan MMA; McDermott P; Oyegoke AS; Dickinson MT; Li X; Neilson D (2008) Application of kanban in the UK construction industry by public sector clients. In: . : , pp. 347-358.
  • Oyegoke AS (2008) Additional value effects of the Specialist Task Organizations (STOs) procurement approach in a building project. In: . : , pp. 1531-1536.
  • Oyegoke AS (2007) Performance measurement of the major procurement routes in Finland. In: . : , pp. 277-287.