Aloysius Sam

Aloysius Sam
Staff Grade: 
Brief Bio: 

Aloysius Sam is a Lecturer in the Department of Building Technology, Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Ghana. He lectures in Measurement of Construction Works, Construction Procurement, Construction Estimation, Construction Technology and Surveying. He holds Construction Technicians Certificate, B’Tech Degree in Building Technology and Masters in Construction Management with extensive experience across all areas of Construction Management. He have worked on a number of projects in Ghana. He is an enthusiastic and dedicated professional, a proactive academic and a leader with strong ability to manage construction projects from conception through to successful completion.

He is currently Head of Department and Chief Examination Officer for Kumasi Technical University in charge of all examination related activities in the School and Managing Director of ASMAK CONTRACTORS LIMITED a construction and consulting firm in Ghana.  

 

Education: 
  • MSc Construction Management (KNUST 2014)
  • B’Tech Building Technology (KsTU 2012)
  • Construction Technician Certificate II (KsTU 1997)
  • Construction Technician Certificate I (KsTU 1994)
  • General Course in Construction (KsTU 1993)
Professional Membership: 
MEMBER, GHANA INSTITUTE OF CONSTRUCTION (MGIOC) MEMBER, INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (MIET)
Research Interests: 

Housing Development
Construction Management and Procurement
Project cost Management

Teaching Areas: 
  • Measurement of Construction Works
  • Site Surveying
  • Management Science
  • Construction Technology
Conferences Attended: 
  1. Adjei, K. O., Pratt, I.and Sam, A. (2018) The Effect Organizational Structure on Performance of a Construction Company 5th International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology (ICAST). Kumasi Technical University
  2. Sam A.and Sarfo M. (2017) Identifying the factors influencing real estate pricing in Kumasi Metropolis  7th West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference, University of Ghana in Accra.
  3. Fobiri, G.& Sam, A. (2017) “An investigation into project planning techniques used by contractors in Kumasi Metropolis” 4th International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology (ICAST). Kumasi Technical University
Publications: 

Adjei, K. O., Sarfo M.and Sam, A.(2015)  Challenges  Facing  Members  of  Ghana  Institution  of  Surveyors  in Complying  with  Code  of  Ethics.  In:  Mojekwu,  J. N.,  Ogunsumi, L. O., Ojigi, L. M. Atepor, L., Thwala, D. W., Sackey, S. Awere E., and Bamfo-Agyei, E. (Eds) African Journal of Applied Research (AJAR) Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1 ISSN 2408-7920 January 2015, Cape Coast, Ghana. pp. 219-235 (www.jarstonline.com)