The Department of Construction Management & Quantity Surveying, Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment invites you to A Guest lecture entitled:

Want to change the world?  Build it!  

Stories and ideas from 20 years in Construction Management – our role in Construction 4.0 and the digital future

With Professor Fred Sherratt PhD MCIOB CBuild.E MCABE AMICE FHEA

Date: Friday, 18 March 2022

Time: 18:00pm (SAST)

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88218125569?pwd=UW5tbDhiVDBBcW9GR2hXaVZ2eEF5UT09

Meeting ID: 882 1812 5569
Passcode: 210856

Target audience: Relevant for all UG and PG students, and faculty colleagues.  The talk will cover a wide range of topics, sharing ideas that have influence within all aspects of the built environment and its associated academe.

As we now look to our built environment from whole-life cycle perspectives, architects, and construction managers (and all other professions) will become more closely collaborative.  The talk will certainly contain relevant insights and ideas for them.

Dr Fred Sherratt is a Professor of Construction Sociology and a Chartered Construction Manager and Chartered Building Engineer.  After more than ten years working in the construction industry for a large contractor, Fred moved into academia where she spent a further ten years teaching construction management and civil engineering students of all levels. She has taught many aspects of construction management, including planning and programming, resource management, management theory and practice, and health and safety management.  Her research focuses on worker health, safety and wellbeing and she has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles, as well as several book chapters and two books.  She has presented her work to industry and academic audiences across the world and is currently the joint co-ordinator of the CIB W099 Safety and Health in Construction international research group.

March 18, 2022

Disclaimer: The University of Johannesburg encourages academic debate and discussion that are conducted in a manner that upholds respectful interaction, safety of all involved, and freedom of association as enshrined in the law, the Constitution, and within the boundaries of the University policies. The views expressed during events are expressed in a personal capacity and do not necessarily reflect the views of the University of Johannesburg.

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