Departments
Department of Civil Engineering

Mr. Eric Awere Head of Department

(MSc. Water Supply & Environmental Sanitation)

The aim of the Department is to equip student with scientific and engineering skills in Civil Engineering to enable them fit well into middle-level and higher-level management positions in the civil engineering and construction sector.

NEW PROGRAMMES

The Department of Civil Engineering has developed curricula for a two-year top-up programme for HND graduates and a four-year programme for Technical and Senior High Schools graduates to read Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Civil Engineering.

In addition, the Department, in collaboration with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, has developed a curriculum for a Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Civil Engineering for accreditation.

LABORATORIES

 

The Department has the following four (4) laboratories with calibrated and certified equipment which are used for students’ practical training:

      • Materials Laboratory
      • Soil / Geotechnical Laboratory
      • Environment / Water Quality Laboratory.
      • Fluid Mechanics/Hydraulics laboratory

 

The Materials and Geotechnical Laboratories are opened to the general public to generate funds for the University.

CONSULTANCY SERVICES   

The Department of Civil Engineering, in collaboration with Department of Building Technology, offers consultancy services to the University Community and the general public in the areas of Soil and Concrete Testing, Architectural and Structural Designs and Supervision of Construction Works.  Plans are under-way to register a consortium for that purpose.

STAFFING

 



NO



NAME



QUALIFICATION



RANK



  1.



  Ing. Daniel Yaw Osei



  MSc. Geotechnical Engineering; MGhIE, 2015



  Senior Lecturer



  2.



  Mr. K.B.M Edu-Buandoh



  MSc. Construction Management



  Lecturer



  3.



  Mr. James A. Aboagye



  MEng. Integrated Urban Engineering



  Lecturer



  4.



  Ing. Solomon Buenor Adi



  M.Phil. Transportation Engineering, MGhIE



  Lecturer



  5.



  Mr. Mohammed Deen-Halis Zebilila**



  MSc. Civil/Industrial Engineering; MGhIE, 2010



  Lecturer



  6.



  Mr. Gabriel J. Amissah **



  MSc. Coastal Eng. & Port Dev; GMGhIE



  Lecturer



  7.



  Mr. Carlos  Otoo Kwofie



  MSc. Geomatic Engneering



  Lecturer



  8.



  Mr. John  Ampah



  MSc. Engineering Project Management



  Lecturer



  9.



  Mr. Eric Awere



  MSc. Water Supply & Environmental Sanitation



  Senior Lecturer/HOD



 10.



  Mrs. Asirifua Panyin Obeng



  MSc. Water & Environmental Management



  Lecturer



 11.



  Engr.  Moses Freebody Turkson



  BSc (Quantity Surveying & Construction Economics; MIET-Gh, 2016



  Snr. Instructor



ACADEMIC SERVICING STAFF



 12.



  Mr. Henry F. Quanioo



  MSc. Electrical Engineering



  Lecturer



 13.



  Mr. John Tettey-Nii Addo



  MSc. Construction Management



  Lecturer



 14.



  Mr. Samuel Kotey



  MSc. Procurement Management



  Lecturer



 15.



  Mr. Donald K. Dadzie



  MSc. Engineering Project Management



  Lecturer



 16.



  Mr. Kwame Tenadu



  MA Communication & Media Studies & MEd Educational Administration



  Lecturer



 17.



  Mr. Joseph Awotwe



  HND Civil Engineering



Senior Technician



 18



  Mr. Ahmed Mumuni Tijani



  HND Civil Engineering



Senior Technician



 19



  Mr. John Onumah



  HND Civil Engineering



Technician



 20



  Ms. Emma Jackson



  HND Secretaryship & Management Studies



Snr. Admin. Assistant

 

 

 

**PhD candidate

 

 

 

TABLE 6: STAFF PUBLICATION(S)

 

 

 



NAME



PUBLICATION



Daniel Yaw Osei



Osei,D. Y. (2014). Experimental investigation on recycled plastics as aggregate in concrete. Ineational Joual of Structural and Civil Engineering Research; 3(3):168-174.



K. B. M. Edu-Buandoh




 



Edu-Buandoh, K. B. M. (2014). Assessing total quality management in construction firms in Ghana. Third Applied Research Conference of Africa (ARCA 2014). Accra, Ghana.




Awere, E., Edu-Buandoh, K. B. M., Dadzie, D. K. & Aboagye, J. A. (2014). Performance of higher national diploma graduates of building technology in the construction industry: A tracer study in Kumasi metropolis, Ghana.




Awere, E., Anou, G. K. & Edu-Buandoh, K. B. M. (2015). The contribution of water tanker operations to the health of water consumers in Cape Coast, Ghana. Inteational Joual of Applied Science and Technology, In Press.




Ansah, S. K., Awere, E. & Edu-Buandoh, K. B. M. (2015). Relevance of partnering as an alteative approach to management of construction projects in Ghana. Joual of Developing Country Studies, In Press.



James Asante Aboagye




 



Awere, E., Edu-Buandoh, K. B. M., Dadzie, D. K. & Aboagye, J. A. (2014). Performance of higher national diploma graduates of building technology in the construction industry: A tracer study in Kumasi metropolis, Ghana.




Awere, E., Aboagye, J. A. & Muhyedeen, M.A.R. (2014). Review of effective plants to remove multiple heavy metals from contaminated soils. Joual of Applied Phytotechnology in Environmental Sanitation, 3(4), 131-136



Gabriel Ammissah




 



Amissah, G. J. (2014). Pit sands as fine aggregates in concrete: A case of pit sands in Cape Coast. Third Applied Research Cnference of Africa (ARCA 2014). Accra, Ghana.



Eric Awere




 



Awere, E., Aboagye, J. A. & Muhyedeen, M.A.R. (2014). Review of effective plants to remove multiple heavy metals from contaminated soils. Joual of Applied Phytotechnology in Environmental Sanitation, 3(4), 131-136




Awere, E., Edu-Buandoh, K. B. M., Dadzie, D. K. & Aboagye, J. A. (2014). Performance of higher national diploma graduates of building technology in the construction industry: A tracer study in Kumasi metropolis, Ghana.




Awere, E., Anou, G. K. & Edu-Buandoh, K. B. M. (2015). The contribution of water tanker operations to the health of water consumers in Cape Coast, Ghana. Inteational Joual of Applied Science and Technology, In Press.




Ansah, S. K., Awere, E. & Edu-Buandoh, K. B. M. (2015). Relevance of partnering as an alteative approach to management of construction projects in Ghana. Joual of Developing Country Studies, In Press.