Dr Joseph Kangwa


NameDr Joseph Kangwa
Job titleAssociate Professor In Construction Management
Organisational UnitConstruction, Property and Surveying

Research outputs

Perceptibility of barriers and threats to successful and sustainable restoration of Heritage Buildings. A perspective of UK’s heritage practitioners

Kangwa, J., Ebohon, O., Haupt, T. and Olubodun, F. (2019). Perceptibility of barriers and threats to successful and sustainable restoration of Heritage Buildings. A perspective of UK’s heritage practitioners. The 13th Built Environment Conference. Durban, South Africa 02 - 03 Sep 2019 Association of Schools of Construction of Southern Africa. doi:978-0-6399855-1-0

Innovative environmentally sustainable concrete: Explaining the low uptake in UK construction activities

Ebohon, O., Kangwa, J. and Perinpanathan, S. (2019). Innovative environmentally sustainable concrete: Explaining the low uptake in UK construction activities. The 13th Built Environment Conference. Durban, South Africa 02 - 03 Sep 2019 Association of Schools of Construction of Southern Africa.

Exploring the perceptions of construction SMEs on appropriate supporting policies for growth and development by the Qatari government for effective participation in infrastructure procurement and delivery for the 2022 World Cup

Kangwa, J and Ebohon, O J (2019). Exploring the perceptions of construction SMEs on appropriate supporting policies for growth and development by the Qatari government for effective participation in infrastructure procurement and delivery for the 2022 World Cup. ASOCSA 12th Built Environment Conference. Durban, South Africa 05 - 07 Aug 2018 Association of Schools of Construction of Southern Africa.

Where are the Barriers to Sustainable Construction in Africa?Key Note Speech

Kangwa, J (2019). Where are the Barriers to Sustainable Construction in Africa?Key Note Speech. ASOCSA 12th Built Environment Conference. Durban, South Africa 05 - 07 Aug 2018

Permeability of Corncob Ash, Anthill soils and Rice husk replaced concrete

Kamau, J, Ahmed, A, Hirst, P and Kangwa, J (2017). Permeability of Corncob Ash, Anthill soils and Rice husk replaced concrete. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology. 6 (2), pp. 1299-1308.

Suitability of Anthill Soil as a Supplementary Cementitious Material

Kangwa, J, Kamau, J, Ahmed, A and Hirst, P (2018). Suitability of Anthill Soil as a Supplementary Cementitious Material. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science -EJERS. 3 (7), pp. 5-11.

Suitability of Corncob Ash as a supplementary Cementitious Material

Kamau, J, Ahmed, A, Hirst, P and Kangwa, J (2016). Suitability of Corncob Ash as a supplementary Cementitious Material. International Journal of Materials Science and Engineering. 4 (4), pp. 215-228.

Performance of Class F Pulverised Fuel Ash and Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in Ternary Concrete Mixes

Kamau, J, Ahmed, A, Hirst, P and Kangwa, J (2017). Performance of Class F Pulverised Fuel Ash and Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag in Ternary Concrete Mixes. EJERS, European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 2 (6), pp. 36-41.

Influence of Rice Husk Ash Density on the workability and strength of structural concrete

Kangwa, J, Kamau, J, Ahmed, A, Hirst, P and Hyndman, F (2017). Influence of Rice Husk Ash Density on the workability and strength of structural concrete. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 2 (3), pp. 36-43.

Viability of using Corncob Ash as a Pozzolan in Concrete

Kamau, J, Ahmed, A, Hirst, P and Kangwa, J (2016). Viability of using Corncob Ash as a Pozzolan in Concrete. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology. 5 (6), pp. 4532-4544.
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