Supervision of students’ projects/theses/research

Past & Current Supervisions

Masters (Msc/MPhil)
I have supervised 31 MSc and MPhil Theses
Undergraduates (BSc)
I have supervised 60 theses
Current Supervisions
Currently yet to supervise students for the 2018/2019 academic year

Theses of Students Assessed

Postgraduate Theses Supervised

No.Topic of thesis with datesStatus
1Adjaidoo, A.A. (2017). The Role of Forecasting in Financial Risk Management: Case Studies of Unibank, Prudential Bank and United Bank for Africa. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST, in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management Completed
2Abass, A. (2017). Factors that influence the decision to insure small and medium enterprises against fire in the Tamale Metropolis. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST, in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management Completed
3Wantame, A.I. (2017). Exploring Value for Money Practices by Public Procurement Entities in Ghana: A Look at the Road Sector Agencies of the Ministry of Roads and Highways. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
4Sule, M. (2017). Factors Influencing the Performance of Safety Programmes in Ghanaian Construction Projects: A Case Study of Selected Construction Firms in Tamale. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
5Anane, S.K. (2017). Sustainable Public Procurement Practices at CSIR Institutes in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
6Amoah, F. (2017). Information Asymmetry and Credit Risk Mitigation Among Banks in Ghana: A Case Study of Access Bank Ghana PLC. An MPhil. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST, in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
7Armah, A.A. (2017). Exploring team building activities used by project managers in the Ghanaian building industry. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Project Management.Completed
8Bonney, S. (2017). Applying the principles of zero waste in construction: Perceived challenges and bene-fits. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
9Abdallah, S. (2017). The effectiveness of exit strategies on the sustainability of NGO projects in Northern Region of the Republic of Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Project Management.Completed
10Adade, L. (2017). Current practices and future devel-opments of lean construction among construction or-ganizations in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction ManagementCompleted
11Hammond, J. (2017). The impact of knowledge man-agement on project success in the Ghanaian Building Industry. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Project Management.Completed
12Mohammed, B. (2017). Barriers and opportunities for offsite construction in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
13Osei, A.B. (2017). Barriers to the adoption of green technologies among large construction firms in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Man-agementCompleted
14Mensah, N.K. (2016). Collaboration in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: Perceived Barriers and Benefits. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
15Fummey, S.L. (2016). Exploring Critical Success Factors for Stakeholders Management in Construction Projects in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
16Awuah, H.K. (2016). Waste Reduction Strategies on Construction Projects: The Case of Accra Metropolis. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management. Completed
17Naeem, I. (2016). Factors Influencing Labour Productivity in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
18Atuahene, C. (2016). The Effect of Foreign Exchange Rate Risk on the Learning and Investments of the Manufacturing Companies in Ghana. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
19Davies, D. (2016). The Role of Risk Management in the Recovery of Non-Performing Loans in Ghana: A Case Study of Prudential Bank Limited. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
20Buckson, R. (2015). Barriers to Design-Stage Cost Planning. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
21Hagan, N.K. (2015). Stakeholder Management Practices of Ghanaian Building Contractors. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
22Agyapong, E.O. (2015). Sustainable Building Construction Practices of Ghanaian Building Contractors. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
23Hagan, K.E. (2015). Managing Conflicts in Construction of Public Projects in Ghana: A Case Study of Selected Building Projects in Ashanti Region. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
24Podieh, Y.A. (2015). Risk Management Practices of Building Construction Stakeholders in Tamale. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
25Kpodo, B. (2015). The Effects of Risk Culture on Organizational Performance: The Case of some Selected Financial Institutions in Ghana. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
26Anim, S.R.K. (2014). Assessing Procurement Monitoring Processes and Procedures at Yilo Krobo Municipal Assembly. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
27Adugu, P. (2014). Challenges to the Implementation of the Public Pro-curement Act (ACT 663) at State Owned Enterprises. An MSc. Thesis Sub-mitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
28Peprah, A. (2014). Assessing the Processes for Procurement of Works in Achieving Value for Money within District Assemblies. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management.Completed
29Twumasi, H. (2014). The Relevance and Use of Audited Financial State-ments during Tender Evaluation in Ghana: An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction ManagementCompleted
30Ametepe, K. (2014). Factors Affecting the Effectiveness of Anti-Corruption Institutions in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Manage-ment.Completed
31Aloysius Sam (2014). Factors Influencing the Cost of Tendering for Works by Contractors in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Grad-uate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Man-agement.Completed

Postgraduate Theses Assessed (2nd Internal Examiner)

No.Topic of thesis with datesStatus
1Vitalis, C.A. (2016). Impact of Relocating Utility Services During Road Construction: The Management of Issues when they arrive. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in MSc. Construction Management Completed
2Duodu, A.L. (2016). Management of Delays in Construction Projects in Bia West District. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management. Completed
3Kabange, I.W. (2016). SWOT Analysis of Indigenous Building Contractors in Northern Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
4Appiah, N.A. (2016). Assessing the Adequacy of Construction Planning and Scheduling Data Utilized by Construction Firms in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
5Banyen, S.B. (2016). Studies on Safety Climate in Nascent Economies: Effects of Work Pressure on Employee Safety Behaviour in the Construction Industry in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
6Alhassan, M.M. (2016). Exploring Project Risk Management Practices of Ghanaian Building Contractors. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
7Ampem, E. (2016). Assessing the Managerial Competencies of Male and Female Construction Managers in Ghana. An MSc. Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
8Larbi, D.K. (2016). Integrated Approach to Project Design and Implementation-Problems and Challenges in MMDAs in Central Region. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
9Dakurah, A.B. (2016). Challenges of Entrepreneurship in Ashanti Region: Critical Appraisal of Selected Entrepreneurs in the Kumasi Metropolis. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
10Insaidoo, A. (2016). Exploring Corporate Social Responsibility Practices of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in the Construction Industry of Ghana. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
11Somaila, I (2016). The Linkages Between Small and Medium Scaled Enterprises and Business Advisory Centres in Ghana: A Case Study of Kwahu Afram Plains North District. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
12Agyei Peprah, J. (2016). Innovation Strategies and Market Performance in the Insurance Companies of Ghana: A Case Study of the Kumasi Metropolis. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
13Abuntori, P.A. (2016). An Assessment of Loan Default Propensity of Mortgage Finance: An Evidence of Low-Income Groups in Ghana. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
14Tengey, J.K.A. (2015). Planning and Scheduling Techniques Adopted by Financial A1B1 and A2B2 Road Construction Firms in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
15Abubakar, S.A. (2015). Schedule Overruns of Construction Projects between Government and Donor Funded Projects in MMDAs in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
16Amenano, G.K. (2015). Exploring Strategic Influences Underpinning Foreign Direct Investment Projects and International Subcontracting in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
17Amponsah, B. (2015). Development of a Framework for Entrepreneurial Learning in Technical Education. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
18Nortey, E. (2015). Examining the Emerging Career Trajectories in Quantity Surveying in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
19Darko, M. (2015). Development of a Conceptual Framework for Learning Knowledge Transfer: Consultant-Client Social Exchanges Perspective. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Construction Management.Completed
20Akagwire, J. (2015). Risk Management Practices in Non-Governmental Organizations: A Case Study of NGOs in the Northern Region. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
21Aboagye Da-Costa, B. (2015). Leveraging on Corporate Reputation for Competitive Advantage in the Ghanaian Banking Sector: An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
22Atsupi Acquah, P. (2015). Mitigating Credit Risk in Mortagage Financing to the Informal Sector in Accra. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
23Donaldy, R. (2015). Share Pricing and Impact on Financial Performance of Selected Rural and Community Banks (RCBs) in Ghana. An MPhil Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
24Agbeli Edem, E. (2015). Adequacy of Monetary Compensation: Policies and Strategies towards Sustainable Livelihood. An MSc Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
25Boateng, F. (2015). Corporate Governance Practice of Built Environment Consulting Firms. An MSc Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies, KNUST in Partial Fulfilment of a Degree in Business Consulting and Enterprise Risk Management.Completed
26Joseph Bonsu (2015). Implementation challenges of the Public Procurement Act 663 in public hospitals in procuring drugs and non-drug consumables. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
27Moses Agbenyega (2015). Investigating Procurement Challenges in Colleges of Education in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
28Joseph Obiri Aduamah (2015). Assessing the Effects of Public Procurement Framework Agreement on Procurement Practices in Second Cycle Schools in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
29Mathew Kwaw Somiah (2015). Factors that Account for Construction of Unauthorized Buildings in Ghana. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MPhil. Building Technology.Completed
30Dina Selase Aku Korkor (2014). Challenges and strategies in the implementation of Standard Procurement Procedures: A study within Ga Central Municipal Assembly. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
31Edward Frimpong (2014). Factors Militating Against the Successful Implementation of Public Procurement Act (2003) ACT 663 in National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS). A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
32Frank T. Ademan (2014). Ensuring Value for Money in Public Procurement: A Case Study of Koforidua Polytechnic. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
33Frederick Agyeman (2014). Assessing Ethical Procurement Practices at Accra Metropolitan Assembly. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Procurement Management.Completed
34George Forster Akrong (2014). Evaluation of Procurement Challenges in the Colleges of Education, Volta Region. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MPhil. Procurement Management.Completed
35Jerry Kobbla Govina (2014). Compliance with Code of Ethics on Public Procurement in the Department of Feeder Roads. A Thesis Submitted to the School of Graduate Studies in Partial Fulfilment of the Award of MSc. Procurement Management.Completed

Undergraduate Thesis Supervised

No.Topic of thesis with dateStatus
1Sackitey, N.L. (2017). Introducing e-learning into construction education in Ghana; Experiences of construction undergraduate students at KNUST-Accra Centre. OBJ.: 1) To determine the experiences of construction undergraduate students with e-learning; 2) To assess the via-bility of using e-learning in construction education in Ghana. An Under-graduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
2Azumah, S.K. (2017). Introducing e-learning into construction education in Ghana; Experiences of construction undergraduate students at KNUST-Accra Centre. OBJ.: 3) To examine the students’ perceptions on the feasibility of e-learning in construction education; 4) To identify areas that require improvement in developing e-learning modules. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
3Dwomoh, B.J. (2017). Introducing e-learning into construction education in Ghana; Experiences of construction undergraduate students at KNUST-Kumasi Centre. OBJ.: 1) To determine the experiences of construction undergraduate students with e-learning. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
4Yunus, T.T. (2017). Introducing e-learning into construction education in Ghana; Experiences of construction undergraduate students at KNUST-Kumasi Centre. OBJ.: 2) To assess the viability of using e-learning in construction education in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
5Lukeman, K. (2017). Introducing e-learning into construction education in Ghana; Experiences of construction undergraduate students at KNUST-Kumasi Centre. OBJ.: 3) To examine students’ perceptions on the feasibility of e-learning in construction education. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
6Opoku, K.R. (2017). Introducing e-learning into construction education in Ghana; Experiences of construction undergraduate students at KNUST-Kumasi Centre. OBI.: 4) To identify areas that require im-provement in developing e-learning modules. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
7Anane, P. (2017). Factors affecting the performance of safety pro-grammes on construction project sites in Ghana. OBJ: 1) To assess the awareness of stakeholders on safety programmes in the Ghanaian con-struction industry; 2) To identify the factors that influence the perfor-mance of safety programmes in the Ghanaian construction industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
8Badu, P. (2017). Factors affecting the performance of safety pro-grammes on construction project sites in Ghana. OBJ: 3) To determine the measures put in place by stakeholders in the Ghanaian construction industry to ensure the smooth implementation of safety programmes. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
9Ankobiah, W.A. (2016). The impact of Building Information Modelling on Labour Productivity in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To Critically Review Literature on BIM in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
10Appiah-Peniel, W. (2016). The impact of Building Information Modelling on Labour Productivity in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify factors affecting construction labour productivity. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
11Batsa, K. (2016). The impact of Building Information Modelling on Labour Productivity in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To determine the impact of BIM on labour productivity. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
12Frimpong, S.F. (2016). The impact of Building Information Modelling on Labour Productivity in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
13Ossei-Gudom, B.M. (2016). Opportunities and Challenges of BIM Implementation in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To conduct a critical literature review on BIM. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
14Ansu-Tutu, K. (2016). Opportunities and Challenges of BIM Implementation in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify the challenges which hinder the implementation of BIM in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
15Narhiorh, M.J. (2016). Opportunities and Challenges of BIM Implementation in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify the opportunities associated with the implementation of BIM in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
16Amoateng, I. (2016). Comparing the Structural Properties of Sandcrete Blocks Produced with Different Types of Cements. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
17Asamoah-Boakye, D. (2016). Facility Management in Halls of Residences in Public Universities: The Case of KNUST: To assess the awareness of facility managers on facility management in the halls of residences. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
18Ofori-Nti, S.A. (2016). Facility Management in Halls of Residences in Public Universities: The Case of KNUST: To identify facility management tools available in the halls of residences; to identify approaches to facility management in the halls of residences. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
19Sagoe, B.M. (2016). Facility Management in Halls of Residences in Public Universities: The Case of KNUST: To identify factors influencing facility management practices in the halls of residences. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
20Sarfo, S. (2016). Facility Management in Halls of Residences in Public Universities: The Case of KNUST: To identify challenges faced by facility managers in conducting their duties; To identify strategies available for improving conditions of facilities in the halls of residences. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
21Nkansah, H.P. (2016). The Effects of Quarry Dust on the Quality of Sandcrete Blocks Produced in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
22Tettey, A. (2016). Challenges to Adoption of Concurrent Engineering Elements to Mass Housing Building Projects in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: A Case Study of the Accra Spintex Industrial Area): To identify the awareness of construction professionals on concurrent engineering and its benefits to mass housing building construction compared to one-off traditional concept; to identify the challenges to the adaptation of concurrent engineering in mass housing building in the construction industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
23Boateng, N.O. (2016). Challenges to Adoption of Concurrent Engineering Elements to Mass Housing Building Projects in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: A Case Study of the Accra Spintex Industrial Area): To recommend measures to minimize challenges in the adopting concurrent engineering in mass housing building projects in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
24Oppong, R. (2016). Effects of Contextual Driven Factors on Construction Project Performance: To identify the contextual driven factors of construction projects. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
25Senyo, N. (2016). Effects of Contextual Driven Factors on Construction Project Performance: To determine the key project performance indicators. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
26Danso, J.T. (2016). Effects of Contextual Driven Factors on Construction Project Performance: To evaluate the nature of effects of the contextual factors on project performance. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
27Eduful, R. (2016). Critical Challenges to the Adoption of BIM in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: A Case Study of the Building Design Team: To assess the awareness of stakeholders in the Ghanaian construction industry on the concept of BIM. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
28Teye, D.O. (2016). Critical Challenges to the Adoption of BIM in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: A Case Study of the Building Design Team: To identify the challenges faced by the design team in the adoption of BIM. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
29Eguakun, P.K. (2016). Critical Challenges to the Adoption of BIM in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: A Case Study of the Building Design Team: To propose strategies to facilitate the adoption of BIM. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
30Dontoh, T. (2016). The role of effective communication in labour productivity in trades work in construction project delivery: A Case Study of Labour only procurement in mass housing delivery: To determine the existing mediums of communication in trades work in construction project delivery. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
31Foli, S. (2016). The role of effective communication in labour productivity in trades work in construction project delivery: A Case Study of Labour only procurement in mass housing delivery: To identify the challenges with the existing mediums of communication in trades work in construction project delivery on labour productivity. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
32Fosu, I.K. (2016). The role of effective communication in labour productivity in trades work in construction project delivery: A Case Study of Labour only procurement in mass housing delivery: To recommend effective mediums of communication in trades work in construction project delivery to improve labour productivity. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
33Agbeli, S. (2016). The Role of the Local Government Authorities in Minimizing Building Collapse: A Case Study of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly: To identify the causes of Building Collapse. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
34Tette, R.A. (2016). The Role of the Local Government Authorities in Minimizing Building Collapse: A Case Study of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly: To assess the level of involvement of building professionals in the collapse of buildings. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
35Amponsah, K. (2016). The Role of the Local Government Authorities in Minimizing Building Collapse: A Case Study of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly: To evaluate the effects of building collapse on national development. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
36Adofo-Konagyei, K. (2016). The Role of the Local Government Authorities in Minimizing Building Collapse: A Case Study of the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly: To propose measures to minimize the collapse of buildings. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
37Asamoah, J.K. (2015). Construction Claims in Ghana: Types, Causes and Proposed Remedies: To identify the types of construction claims in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
38Buabeng, E.F. (2015). Construction Claims in Ghana: Types, Causes and Proposed Remedies. To identify the causes of construction claims in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
39Quainoo, I. (2015). Construction Claims in Ghana: Types, Causes and Proposed Remedies. To identify strategies to address construction claims in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
40Nebbah, C. and Ziku, R.K. (2015). Construction Claims in Ghana: Types, Causes and Proposed Remedies. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
41Afiawo, E., Dortey, J.K. and Boateng, K. (2015). Assessing Urban Fire Risks in the Central Business District of Sekondi Takoradi. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
42Egyir, J., Tettey, M., Bentum, K.K., Boham, P. Amoah, E.K. (2015). Adopting Steel Formwork for Building Construction: The Trend in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
43Geyefu, F.Y. and Tetteh, N. (2015). Non- Compliance with Proper Safety Measures in Roofing Industries in Ghana: The Case of Domod and Raincoat Roofing Ltd. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
44Nsafoah, A.P., Enchill, C.K., Yawson, F.K., Gaisie, G. and Agmenya, E.K. (2015). Incorporating Information Technology in Ghanaian Quantity Surveying Firms. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
45Anyernogu, G.N., Fummey, S.L., Ayawine, K.E., Mensah, N.K. and Twum, B.I. (2015). Fire Safety Awareness and Management in Multi-storey Students Hostels: The Case of Registered Students Hostels on KNUST Campus. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
46Clottey, D., Opoku, R.S., Barnes, P.M. and Foli, M.L. (2015). Assessing Urban Fire Risks in the Central Business District of Accra. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
47Oteng, K., Ampratwum, G., Agyekum, K. and Osei Antwi, W. (2015). Assessing Urban Fire Risks in the Central Business District of Kumasi. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
48Opoku Ware, S.N. (2015). Investigating Defects Associated with Government Buildings: A Case of the Cocobod Building in Kumasi. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
49Kusi, R., Opoku, P. and Adjorlolo, B. (2014). Encouraging female Construction Technology and Management Graduates to enter the Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
50Addison, D., Adam, A., Marfo, K.G. and Maison, G.D.K. (2014). Information Technology in Quantity Surveying Practice in Ghana: Current Status and Future Directions. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
51Bonnie, E.S. (2014). Perceptions of Quantity Surveyors on Dampness in Walls of Residential Buildings in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
52Sarfo, J.I. (2014). A Case study of Dampness in a Three Bedroom Residential Building at Deduako, Kumasi-Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
53Dunyo, G.K., Egbotorko, A.F., Adjei-Boafo, E. and Abdul-Rashid, S. (2014). Defects Associated with Registered Students’ Residential Buildings at KNUST. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
54Kumatse, K.J., Korankye, J. and Boating, A.T. (2014). Factors Influencing Facilities Maintenance Management of Registered Students’ Hostels at KNUST. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
55Amoako, L.B. (2014). Encouraging Female Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics Graduates to enter the Construction Industry in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
56Smith, B. (2014). A Holistic Survey of Dampness in a Three Bedroom Residential Bungalow in Kumasi, Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
57Ntow, E.A. (2014). Perceptions of Architects on dampness in walls of residential buildings in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
58Boakye, E. (2014). Dampness in walls of residential buildings: The Case of a Six Bedroom Residential Apartment at Kwamo, Ashanti Region. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
59Adjetey, S.A. and Mohammed, S. (2014). Perceptions of Contractors on Dampness in Walls of Residential Buildings in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
60Dzukey, C.K. (2014). Challenges faced by local contractors in the delivery of construction projects in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed

Undergraduate Thesis Assessed (2nd Internal Examiner)

No.Topic of thesis with dateStatus
1Agbodza, B.N. (2016). Assessment of Roof Design on the Sustainability of Timber in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
2Ahedor, K.V. (2016). Sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify the roles and limitations of using environmental building assessment methods in ascertaining building sustainability. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
3Boadi, S.A. (2016). Factors Affecting Total Quality Management in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify the status of quality management on building construction sites. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
4Nyador, M.Y. (2016). Steel Frame Construction in Ghana and Contractors’ Experience in this Construction Form. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
5Dapaah, O.F.D. (2016). Sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify Sustainability criteria adopted in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
6Agyemang, E.T. (2016). Sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To assess the perceptions of construction professionals in sustainability development management. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
7Twum, D. (2016). Assessment of Roof Design on the Sustainability of Timber in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
8Berko, I.D. (2016). Sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify strategies that can be adopted to improve on sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
9Loglo, F.D. (2016). Factors Affecting Total Quality Management in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify TQM practices on building construction sites. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
10Ayitey, E.E. (2016). Sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: To identify strategies to improve on sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
11Touray, D. (2016). Examining the Practices Adopted in Sustainability of the Ghanaian Construction Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
12Hammond, F.S. (2016). Assessment of the Quality of Portland cement on the Ghanaian Market. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
13Acquah, P.B. (2016). Factors Affecting TQM in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: The Case of Small Scale Contractors. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Department of Building Technology, KNUST.Completed
14Mensah, D.G. (2016). Assessment of Roof Design on the Sustainability of the Timber Industry in Ghana: To identify the average volume of timber used in a selected basic types of roof design. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
15Owusu-Ansah, G. (2016). Assessment of Roof Design on the Sustainability of the Timber Industry in Ghana: To identify the effect of roof design on the sustainability of the timber industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
16Tweneboah, A. (2016). Compressed Stabilized Bricks in Ghana: A Case Study of the Mfensi Clay Factory: To identify the physical properties of earth as a building material in Ghana; To identify the mechanical properties of compressed clay bricks in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
17Kontor, E. (2016). Compressed Stabilized Bricks in Ghana: A Case Study of the Mfensi Clay Factory: To identify the effects of stabilizers on clay bricks in Ghana; To investigate the effect of size of bricks on the strength properties of compressed clay bricks. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
18Ofori-Boateng, K. (2016). Factors Affecting Total Quality Management in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: A Case Study of D1K1 Firms in the Kumasi Metropolis. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
19Adzraku, E. (2016). Barriers to the Implementation of Sustainable Construction Practices in the Building Construction Industry in Ghana: Perceptions of Construction Professionals in the Asutifi North District. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
20Sarkodie, P.O. (2016). Skilled Labour Shortage: Challenges to Sustainable Construction in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
21Agbitor, P. (2016). Skilled Labour Shortage in the Construction Industry in Ghana: Challenges and Opportunities. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
22Yeboah, J.F. (2016). Barriers to Implementation of Sustainable Construction Practices in the Building Construction Industry in Ghana: Perceptions of Construction Professionals. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
23Atogse, J. (2016). Skilled Labour Shortages: Challenges and Opportunities to Sustainable Construction in Ghana. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
24Nibi, B.D. (2016). Barriers to Implementation of Sustainable Construction Practices in the Building Construction Industry in Ghana: Perceptions of Construction Professionals. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
25Agbewu, F. (2016). Sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: The Role of Construction Professionals. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
26Ohene-Djan, H. (2016). Sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: The Views of Construction Professionals. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
27Appiah Danquah, K. (2016). Factors Affecting Total Quality Management in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: A Case Study of D1/K1 Building Contractors. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
28Saah, K.A. (2016). Factors Affecting Total Quality Management in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: A Case Study of the Takoradi Metropoils. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
29Frempong, M.K. (2016). Sustainability in the Ghanaian Construction Industry: The Role of Construction Professionals. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
30Oppong, M. (2016). Barriers to the Implementation of Sustainable Building Construction Practices in Ghana: A Case Study of the New Juaben Municipal Assembly). An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
31Okine Nyarko, M. (2016). Effects of Roof Designs on the Sustainability of the Timber Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
32Ampiah, J. (2016). Effects of Roof Designs on the Sustainability of the Timber Industry. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
33Amoah, J. (2016). A Comparative Study into the Performance of Steel Formwork to Timber Formwork in the Construction Industry: A Case Study of the Accra Metropolis. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
34Ameyaw, S. (2016). The Effect and Preventive Measures of Erosion on Domestic Buildings in the Ga West Municipality. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed
35Kotey, A.R. (2016). A Comparative Study into the Performance of Steel Formwork to Timber Formwork in the Construction Industry: A Case Study of the Accra Metropolis. An Undergraduate Thesis Submitted to the Institute of Distance Learning, KNUST.Completed