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IoT for predictive assets monitoring and maintenance: An implementation strategy for the UK rail industry (2020)
Journal Article
Gbadamosi, A., Oyedele, L., Davila Delgado, J. M., Kusimo, H., Akanbi, L., Olawale, O., & Muhammed-Yakubu, N. (2021). IoT for predictive assets monitoring and maintenance: An implementation strategy for the UK rail industry. Automation in Construction, 122,

With about 100% increase in rail service usage over the last 20 years, it is pertinent that rail infrastructure continues to function at an optimal level to avoid service disruptions, cancellations or delays due to unforeseen asset breakdown. In an e... Read More about IoT for predictive assets monitoring and maintenance: An implementation strategy for the UK rail industry.

Big data for design option repository: Towards a DFMA approach for offsite construction (2020)
Journal Article
Gbadamosi, A., Oyedele, L., Mahamadu, A., Kusimo, H., Bilal, M., Davila Delgado, J. M., & Muhammed-Yakubu, N. (2020). Big data for design option repository: Towards a DFMA approach for offsite construction. Automation in Construction, 120, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.autcon.2020.103388

A persistent barrier to the adoption of offsite construction is the lack of information for assessing prefabrication alternatives and the choices of suppliers. This study integrates three aspects of offsite construction, including BIM, DFMA and big d... Read More about Big data for design option repository: Towards a DFMA approach for offsite construction.

Project reputation in construction: A process-based perspective of construction practitioners in the UK (2020)
Journal Article
Olawale, O., Oyedele, L., Owolabi, H., Gbadamosi, A., & Kusimo, H. (in press). Project reputation in construction: A process-based perspective of construction practitioners in the UK. International Journal of Construction Management, https://doi.org/10.1080/15623599.2020.1783598

The overall aim of this study is to elicit the perspective of practitioners (e.g., architects, civil engineers, building engineers, structural engineers and quantity surveyors) on the process-related factors influencing the project reputation of cons... Read More about Project reputation in construction: A process-based perspective of construction practitioners in the UK.

Complexities of smart city project success: A study of real-life case studies (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Olawale, O., Oyedele, L., Owolabi, H., Kusimo, H., Gbadamosi, A., Akinosho, T., …Kadiri, K. (2019, July). Complexities of smart city project success: A study of real-life case studies. Presented at CIB World Building Congress 2019

Over the years, the world has moved towards an unprecedented level of urbanisation as half of the world’s total population live in cities. This trajectory of rapid urbanisation has greatly improved the modern economy as well as the standard of living... Read More about Complexities of smart city project success: A study of real-life case studies.

The role of Internet of Things in delivering smart construction (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Gbadamosi, A., Oyedele, L., Mahamadu, A., Kusimo, H., & Olawale, O. (2019, July). The role of Internet of Things in delivering smart construction. Presented at CIB World Building Congress 2019

The construction industry is the least digitised sector in the world and it contributes significantly less, in terms of productivity, to the global economy than its average potential. Current trends in the construction industry are aimed at leveragin... Read More about The role of Internet of Things in delivering smart construction.

Optimisation of resource management in construction projects: A big data approach (2019)
Journal Article
Kusimo, H., Oyedele, L., Akinade, O., Oyedele, A., Abioye, S., Agboola, A., & Mohammed-Yakub, N. (2019). Optimisation of resource management in construction projects: A big data approach. World Journal of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development, 16(2), 82-93. https://doi.org/10.1108/WJSTSD-05-2018-0044

Resource management is one of the key factors for achieving project success, which includes the management of project teams, labour and plant and equipment needed to deliver the project. This study aims to identify challenges facing resource manageme... Read More about Optimisation of resource management in construction projects: A big data approach.