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 Dr Tony Auchterlounie

Dr Tony Auchterlounie is Professor of Construction Management and currently Dean of Academic Affairs at Oryx Universal College with Liverpool John Moores University. He has been the principal driver for the creation, opening and direction of the University of Bolton, campus in Ras Al Khaimah, Dubai, UAE where he led a team of academics and administrators. Tony has been involved with all aspects of OLC teaching and learning and taught specifically on the HND in Business and Management as well as on the top up degree programme. His research interest includes project management, construction management and all aspects of contract management. Tony has been involved as external examiner for PhD students under the supervision of Dr Chris Bamber and  Dr David Bamber and he fully supports the OLC post doctoral research group.

 Published Research

  • Auchterlounie, T. (2009), “Recurring quality issues in the UK private house building industry”, Structural Survey, Vol. 27 No. 3, pp. 241-251. https://doi.org/10.1108/02630800910971365

  • Auchterlounie, T (2006) An example of partnering between a North American speculative housebuilder and their subcontractors. In: Boyd, D (Ed) Procs 22nd Annual ARCOM Conference, 4-6 September 2006, Birmingham, UK, Association of Researchers in Construction Management, 425-434.

  • Middlemass, Rosie; Farrell, Peter; and Auchterlounie, Tony. (2005). “Factors affecting the implementation of the Special Education Needs Disability Act (SENDA) in higher education built environment departments in the United Kingdom.” Inclusive & Sustainable Environments: Conference Papers (Peer-Reviewed) -.Paper 3.http://digitalcommons.bolton.ac.uk/be_conferencepr/3

  • Auchterlounie, Tony and Hinks, Dr. John. (2001), “The measurement of customer satisfaction in the private house building sector.”.Inclusive & Sustainable Environments: Conference Papers (Peer-Reviewed) -.Paper 2.http://digitalcommons.bolton.ac.uk/be_conferencepr/2

  • Auchterlounie, Tony and Ashworth, Prof. Allan (2001), Real and Perceived Barriers Preventing Tradespersons Progressing into Higher Education Courses, Connecting Higher Education, Skills and Work,  GMSA.

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