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Dr Victor Samwinga

Assistant Professor

Department: Mechanical and Construction Engineering

Dr. Victor Samwinga qualified with a BSc in Building at the Copperbelt University (Zambia) after which he worked in a consultancy firm, delivering numerous public and private sector construction and infrastructure projects. Among other things, his role involved the development of solicitation for tenders, preparation of contracting documentation, formal bid evaluation, administration of procurement contracts, provision of specialist advice on the correct interpretation of contractual terms, and negotiation and settlement of final project accounts.

Victor Samwinga

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • A Scientometric Analysis of Wellbeing Research in The Construction Industry, Samwinga, V., Zulu, S., Adeyemi, T. 8 Dec 2023, In: Sustainability
  • Identifying Infrastructure project uncertainties during project initiation using system thinking, Onalaja, A., Cheung, W., Samwinga, V. 30 Jun 2018, Proceedings of the Creative Construction Conference (2018), Diamond Congress Ltd.
  • Sustainable Urban Retrofit and Technologies, Opoku, A., Udeaja, C., Samwinga, V. 19 Jun 2014, Doctoral Workshop: Sustainable Urban Retrofit and Technologies
  • Pedagogical imperatives in the teaching of project management, Ojiako, U., Chipulu, M., Ashleigh, M., Awinda, K., Samwinga, V., Brown, D., Maguire, S. Oct 2012, In: Proceedings of the ICE - Management, Procurement and Law
  • The UK sewer network: Perceptions of its condition and role in flood risk, French, L., Samwinga, V., David, P. 2011, Flood Hazards: Impacts and Responses for the Built Environment, Boca Raton, FL, Taylor & Francis
  • Timely project delivery: a case study of Malawian educational projects, Chirwa, D., Samwinga, V., Shakantu, W. 2 Aug 2011, The Sixth Built Environment Conference
  • Residential properties in England and Wales: an evaluation of repair strategies towards attaining flood resilience, Soetanto, R., Proverbs, D., Lamond, J., Samwinga, V. 2 May 2008, Hazards and the built environment: attaining built-in resilience, London, Taylor & Francis
  • Exploring the experience of insured UK homeowners in flood disasters, Samwinga, V., Proverbs, D., Homan, J. Sep 2004, COBRA 2004
  • Satisfaction issues in the reinstatement of flood damaged domestic property, Samwinga, V., Proverbs, D., Homan, J. Apr 2004, 4th International Postgraduate Research Conference in the Built and Human Environment
  • The repair of flood-damaged property: a critical review of the needs of homeowners, Samwinga, V., Proverbs, D. 3 Sep 2003, 19th Annual ARCOM Conference

Afolabi Onalaja Improving costing in infrastructure project to accommodate uncertainties Start Date: 18/07/2018 End Date: 23/06/2023

  • Construction Managment PhD March 10 2005
  • Construction Managment BSc (Hons) September 01 1993
  • Fellow (FHEA) Higher Education Academy (HEA) 2005


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