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QSi Scientific Research Directorate


QSi Research Directorate

The QSi Scientific Research Directorate plays a significant role in promoting, guiding and coordinating research activities by Members of the organisation. QSi members research into different aspects of the built environment. These aspects could be financial, technological, procedural, managerial, socio-cultural, etc. Research is increasingly using a multi-disciplinary perspective to provide a greater understanding of the complex challenges of modern life and practices. The QSi welcomes and supports research and the mission of its Scientific Directorate is to provide an encouraging and networking environment for the promotion of research. The multi-faceted tasks of the Scientific Research Directorate include:

  • Developing knowledge among members
  • Fostering an active research culture and encouraging innovation and creativity among QSi members
  • Using research findings to improve the professions of the Built Environment
  • Enhancing the reputation of the QSi and its members by encouraging and promoting quality research

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12/10/2018New Directorate of ResearchQSi Forms New Directorate of ResearchLink

Members of the QSi Research Directorate

Ezekiel ChinyioDirectorate of ResearchLink
Silvia RivaDirectorate of ResearchLink
Paul HamptonGlobal Board MemberLink

Recent Research & Publications (2018)

Book100 Plus Legal Cases for Quantity SurveyorsReference book written by Roger KnowlesLink
Research PaperCoping with the Complexity of Safety, Health, and Wellbeing in Construction Joint CIB W099 and TG59 International Safety, Health, and People in Construction ConferenceSalvador, Brazil, August 1st - 3rd 2018 Link
Research PaperStrategies to Cope with Stress Among Construction ProfessionalsPaper presented at the RICS COBRA Conference - April 2018Link
Research PaperDesigning an App for Managing Stress in the Construction IndustryBy Silvia Riva, Paul Hampton and Ezekiel Chinyio Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of WolverhamptonLink
Research PaperCultural Cues and Behavioural Patterns in Stress Dynamics: A Case of the Construction IndustryProceedings of the Joint CIB W099 and TG59 Conference Coping with the Complexity of Safety, Health, and Wellbeing in Construction Salvador, Brazil, 1-3 August 2018Link
Research PaperStress Factors and Stress Management Interventions: the Heuristic of “Bottom Up” an Update From a Systematic Reviewby S Riva and E ChinyioLink