Dr. Fahad Bin Wo’lah obtained his BSc in Civil Engineering in 2007 from King Saud University in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In 2009 he joined the University of Birmingham where he obtained his MSc in Construction Management in 2010. He then continued at the same university, where he then obtained his PhD degree in 2017. He is now an Assistant professor at King Saud University in Engineering and Construction Project Management. He is formerly part time lecturer of Construction and Structural Engineering, University of Birmingham, UK. He has vast teaching and research experience at highly reputed universities. During his career he taught more than six different undergraduate courses including Engineering Project Management, Planning and Control, Economy, Construction Equipment and Methods, Mechanics of Materials, Structural Engineering and Integrated Design Project. His primary research interests are in Innovative Sustainable Construction Materials and Green Buildings. Dr. Bin Wo’lah has served as principal investigator on number of research projects in Saudi Arabia. Dr. Bin Wo’lah holds two international patents, published more than seven technical and conference papers. Dr. Bin Wo’lah got a silver medal for his inventions at International level. Over the years, he is recipient of 8 Excellence and Distinguished awards letters. He is member of numerous international professional bodies including Project Management Institute, U.S. Green Building Council, American Concrete Institute and American Society of Civil Engineers.


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