Name Dr Ezekiel Chinyio
Job Title Senior Lecturer
Faculty Faculty of Science and Engineering
School School of Architecture and Built Environment
Subject(s) Construction Management and Built Environment
Tel 01902 321043
Email E.Chinyio@wlv.ac.uk

Dr Ezekiel Chinyio has worked for over two decades in four Higher Education Institutions both within and outside the UK. He has researched into diverse contemporary issues in the construction sector.

The subject matters of his research have included public-private partnerships, risk management, client management, knowledge and stakeholder management and transaction costs. Dr Chinyio’s publications include books, monographs, chapters in books and refereed articles in journals and conference proceedings. His teaching duties concern procurement, construction contracts, management and quantity surveying. Dr Chinyio is a member of professional institutions.

Procurement, Risk Management, Stakeholder Management, Contracts, Estimating, Education

  • Stakeholder issues
  • transaction costs
  • public-private partnerships

Journals

  • Akadiri,P.O.; Chinyio, E.A. and Olomolaiye, P.O. (2012) Design of A Sustainable Building: A Conceptual Framework for Implementing Sustainability in the Building Sector. Buildings, 2(2), 126-152.
  • Fadiya, O.; Georgakis, P.; Chinyio, E. and Nwagboso, C. (2012) Perceptions of building contractors concerning plant theft. International Journal of Architecture, Engineering and Construction, 1(1), 1-8.
  • Chinyio, E. and Olomolaiye, P. O. (Editors) (2010) Construction Stakeholder Management. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Science. ISBN: 978-1-4051-8098-6; 392 pages.
  • Chinyio, E. and Gameson, R. (2008) PFI in Use. In Akintoye, A. and Beck, M. (eds) Policy, Finance & Management for Public Private Partnerships. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.; pp 3-26.
  • Chinyio, E. and Akintoye, A. (2008) Practical approaches for engaging stakeholders: findings from the UK.Construction Management and Economics, 26(6), 591 – 599.
  • Boyd, D. and Chinyio, E. (2006) Understanding Construction Clients. Oxford: Blackwell Science. ISBN: 9 781405 129787; 314 pages.

 

Selected Earlier publications (pre-2008)

  • Chinyio, E. (2007) A Shared Project Brief. In M. Sexton, K. Kähkönen and S. Lu (eds)
  • CIB Priority Theme - Revaluing Construction: A W065 ‘Organisation and Management of Construction’ Perspective. CIB Publication No. 313, ISBN 978-90-6363-053-9; pp1226.
  • Chinyio, E. and Morton, N. (2006) Effectiveness of E-Learning. Architectural Engineering and Design and Management: Teaching and learning building design and construction (Eds: David Dowdle and Vian Ahmed);Vol.2, pp 73 – 86.
  • Akintoye, A. and Chinyio, E. (2005) Private Finance Initiative in the Healthcare Sector: Trends and risk assessment. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 12(6), pp601 – 616.
  • Akintoye, A. and Chinyio, E. (2005) Private Finance Initiative in the Healthcare Sector: Trends and risk assessment. Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 12(6), pp601 – 616.