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Dr Ernest Effah Ameyaw

Senior Lecturer

Department: Architecture and Built Environment

Ernest Effah Ameyaw

Key Publications

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  • A Case Study of a Negotiated Tender within a Small-to-Medium Construction Contractor: Modelling Project Cost Variance, Ellis, J., Edwards, D., Thwala, W., Ejohwomu, O., Ameyaw, E., Shelbourn, M. 18 Jun 2021, In: Buildings
  • Fuzzy Evaluation of the Factors Contributing to the Success of External Stakeholder Management in Construction, Oppong, G., Chan, A., Ameyaw, E., Frimpong, S., Dansoh, A. 23 Aug 2021, In: Journal of Construction Engineering and Management
  • Toward a cleaner project procurement: Evaluation of construction projects’ vulnerability to corruption in developing countries, Owusu, E., Chan, A., Ameyaw, E. 10 Apr 2019, In: Journal of Cleaner Production
  • Barriers Affecting the Adoption of Green Building Technologies, Chan, A., Darko, A., Ameyaw, E., Owusu-Manu, D. May 2017, In: Journal of Management in Engineering - ASCE
  • Corrupt Practices in the Construction Industry: Survey of Ghanaian Experience, Ameyaw, E., Parn, E., Chan, A., Owusu-Manu, D., Edwards, D., Darko, A. Nov 2017, In: Journal of Management in Engineering
  • Examining issues influencing green building technologies adoption: The United States green building experts’ perspectives, Darko, A., Chan, A., Ameyaw, E., He, B., Olanipekun, A. 1 Jun 2017, In: Energy and Buildings
  • Evaluation and ranking of risk factors in public–private partnership water supply projects in developing countries using fuzzy synthetic evaluation approach, Ameyaw, E., Chan, A. 15 Jul 2015, In: Expert Systems with Applications
  • Risk allocation in public-private partnership water supply projects in Ghana, Ameyaw, E., Chan, A. 7 May 2015, In: Construction Management and Economics


Quantity Surveying PhD June 30 2015

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