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Michelle Littlemore

Assistant Professor

Department: Mechanical and Construction Engineering

Michelle comes from a background in Commercial Project Management and, having studied Building Project Management at Northumbria University for 5 years part time, has obtained a wealth of industrial experience. Projects that she has been involved in include; Newcastle Library, Silverburn Shopping Centre, Glasgow, Hilton Hotel, Liverpool Docks, numerous office developments nationwide and Building Schools for the Future projects in the North West, to name but a few.

Having achieved a first class honours degree and having been awarded the Tolent Best Student Achievement Prize and the CIOB Certificate of Excellence, Michelle was inspired to change career and join the Project Management team in the Faculty of Engineering and Environment as an Academic 10 years ago. This has enabled her to further her research interest into Change Management and the impact change has on behaviour and working practices in the construction industry

Michelle has a particular passion for creating opportunities for students and enriching their professional and academic experience through extra curricula activities such as student conferences, CPD events with APM and PMI, exhibitions, career fairs and networking events.

Hobbies and interests include, my family, running, music and interior design

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Room 207, Wynne Jones Building
Northumbria University
Newcastle upon Tyne

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  • Knowledge Sharing in the Construction Industry: Implications for the future of Projects, Anyigor, K., Osborne, A., Butt, T., Littlemore, M., Aboderin, O. 3 Jul 2023, Sustainable Ecological Engineering Design for Society Conference 2023
  • Challenges of Organisational Learning in a Netherlands Project-Based Organisation, Boerkoel, S., Gledson, B., Littlemore, M., Ponton, H. 5 Sep 2022, Proceedings of the 38th Annual ARCOM Conference, Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM)
  • BIM and its impact upon project success outcomes from a Facilities Management perspective, Rae, D., Gledson, B., Littlemore, M. 18 Sep 2019, Advances in ICT in Design, Construction and Management in Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operations (AECO): Proceedings of the 36th CIB W78 2019 Conference, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumbria University
  • Construction Planning Efficiency and Delivery Time Performance: Analysing Failure in Task-Level ‘Hit Rates’, Gledson, B., Williams, D., Littlemore, M. 5 Sep 2018, ARCOM 2018: 34th Annual Conference – Belfast, UK
  • The transition from CAD to BIM within architectural practices: resistance to change, Robson, L., Littlemore, M. 2011, In: Built and Natural Environment Research Papers
  • The impacts of personal stress upon critical project decision making in construction, Blackhall, I., Littlemore, M. Oct 2010, In: Built and Natural Environment Research Papers
  • Exploring the 'hidden' in organisations: methodological challenges in construction management research, Chan, P., Littlemore, M. 27 Sep 2009, CIB Joint International Symposium 2009 - Construction facing worldwide challenges
  • Recognising and rewarding innovation in construction: exploring disconnections in managerial discourse, Littlemore, M., Chan, P. 2009, Global Innovation in Construction Conference

  • Teaching & Learning PGCert June 16 2010
  • Building Management BSc (Hons) September 01 2003
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2009

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