Dr. Emmanuel Eyiah-Botwe

Dr. Emmanuel Eyiah-Botwe
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Brief Bio: 

Arc Dr. Emmanuel Eyiah-Botwe completed Sixth Form at Opoku Ware School as a Science student and proceeded to the then University of Science and Technology (UST), now KNUST, Kumasi. He holds a BSc (Honours) degree in Design, a Post Graduate (Diploma) in Architecture, both from KNUST, Kumasi, Ghana. He had internship in Switzerland, further holds an MSc Construction Project Management (Distinction) from the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK and a PhD in Engineering Management from the University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg South Africa.

Additionally, Arc Dr Emmanuel Eyiah-Botwe is a practicing Architect and an active member of the Ghana Institute of Architects, GIA, Ghana. He has served on several committees, as the Northern Chapter Secretary, Council Member and the Vice President of GIA with vast experience in Design, Project Supervision and Management.

Education: 
  • DPhil in Engineering Management - 1st August 2018
  • MSc (Construction Project Management), University of the West of England Bristol, 2012
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Architecture - 12th March 1994
  • BSc (Honors) Design - 25th July 1992
Professional Membership: 
Ghana Institute of Architects, Ghana Chartered Institute of Builders, SA
Research Interests: 

Built Environment
Construction Project Management
Stakeholder Role
Innovative construction approach

Teaching Areas: 
  • Built Environment
  • Construction Project Management
  • Building Design
  • Construction and Building Materials
Conferences Attended: 
  1. 3RD Applied Research Conference in Africa (ARCA 2014): 7th-9th August 2014: Eyiah-Botwe, E. Adjei, K.O (2014) “Evaluation of Stakeholder Management Impact on Projects Delivery in Ghana-The Case of Polytechnic Projects” (Eds) Procs 3rd Applied Research Conference in Africa. (ARCA) Conference, 7-9 August 2014, Accra, Ghana: p328 3rd Published 2014, ISBN 978-9988-1-9911-1 Applied Research Conference in Africa (ARCA) presented this paper  
  2. Eyiah-Botwe. E, (2014) “Sustainable Stakeholder Management Framework for Developing Countries” (Eds and Abstract published). Procs 3rd Applied Research Conference in Africa. (ARCA) Conference, 7-9 August 2014, Accra, Ghana: p668 3rd Published 2014, ISBN 978-9988-1-9911-1 Applied Research Conference in Africa (ARCA) presented this paper 
  3. 7th Annual International Applied Research Conference: 7th-9th July 2014 at Abba Bentil Andam Theatre, Koforidua Polytechnic. Ghana (Abstract published). Adjei, K, Eyiah-Botwe, E. (2014) “Development of Pavement Blocks Using Clay”
  4. 1st International Conference on Applied Science and Technology (ICAST 2014). E. Eyiah-Botwe (2014). ‘Assessing End-Users Satisfaction of Housing Projects in Ghana: The Case of Asuoyeboa Flats” (Abstract published).
  5. 1st International Conference on Applied Science and Technology (ICAST 2014). E. Eyiah-Botwe (2014). Stakeholder Management Impact on Project delivery, Contractors’ Perspective.
  6. 2nd International Conference on Applied Science and Technology (ICAST 2015). Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala, W. D (2015). Engaging the Quantity Surveyor as a Key Construction Stakeholder for enhanced Stakeholder Management.
  7. International Conference on Infrastructure Development and Investment Strategies for Africa, Livingstone, Zambia, 16-18TH September 2015. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala, W. D (2015). Stakeholders and Sustainability Considerations for Mega Infrastructure Projects: A case of Accra Airport City. (Eds) Proceedings of the DII-2015 Conference. 16-18 September 2015. ISBN: 978-0-86970-787-6 5. Pg 38    
  8. Proceedings of 20th International Symposium on Advancement of Construction Management and Real Estate. CRIOCM 2015. 25-28TH October 2015. Hangzhou, China. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala, W. D (2015). Mega construction projects: using stakeholder management to enhance sustainable construction.
  9. 4th NMMU-CM Conference. 4th International Conference on Construction Management, Port Elizabeth, South Africa 29th- 2nd December 2015. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala (2015). Critical Barriers Affecting Stakeholder Management in the Construction Industry. Proceedings of the conference, Pg 179
  10. 9th CIDB Post-Graduate Conference, Emerging Trends in Construction Organisational Practices and Project Management Knowledge Areas. Cape Town, South Africa 1st -4th February 2016. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala, W. D (2016). Stakeholder Management; A literature review of Historical Development and Current Trends. Proceedings of the conference, ISBN: 978-0-620-69590-9. Pg 337
  11. 4TH International Conference of Socio-economic Researchers ICSR, 2016, Serbia May 27-29, 2016. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala, W. D (2016). Sustaining Small and Medium-Size Enterprises Growth through Stakeholder Engagement. Proceedings of the conference in the socio-economica journal.
  12. 4TH International Conference of Socio-economic Researchers ICSR, 2016, Serbia May 27-29, 2016. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala, W. D (2016). Critical Success Factors for Enhanced Stakeholder Management in Developing Countries.  Proceedings of the 4TH International Conference of socio-economica journal.
  13. International Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management, ICCREM 2016.  Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala, W. D (2016). Building information management for enhanced construction stakeholder information management: the case of polytechnic projects in Ghana.
  14. 3rd International Conference on Infrastructure Development and Investment Strategies for Africa: Achieving Solutions for Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development. DII-2016. 31 August - 2 September 2016. Livingstone, Zambia. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala (2016). Key factors for the development of sustainable stakeholder management framework for construction projects in Ghana- Proceedings of the conference published in D11 2016.
Publications: 
  1. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala (2018). Curbing PPP construction projects failure through enhanced stakeholder management success. Manuscript accepted. Built Environment and Asset Management. BEPAM 2018.
  2. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala, W. D (2016). Critical Success Factors for Enhanced Stakeholder Management in Developing Countries. SOCIOECONOMICA. Scientific Journal for Theory and Practice of Socio-economic Development. Volume 5, No. 10, December 2016.
  3. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala (2016). Managing Construction Stakeholders for Effective Project Delivery: A Case of Consultants’ Quantity Surveyors. Journal of Construction Project and Innovation ISSN 2223-7852 Vol 5, No. 2, December 2015.
  4. Eyiah-Botwe, E. (2015). Mega Construction Projects: using stakeholder management for enhanced sustainable development – American Journal of Engineering Research (AJER) e-ISSN: 2320-0847 p-ISSN: 2320-0936 Volume 5, Issue-5, pp-80-86, 2016. www.ajer.org Open Access
  5. Eyiah-Botwe, E. (2015a). An Evaluation of Stakeholder Management Role in GETFund Polytechnics Projects Delivery in Ghana – Journal of Civil and Environmental Research ISSN 2225-5790 (Online) Vol 7, No 3, 2015
  6. Eyiah-Botwe, E. (2015b). Assessing Housing Project End-Users Satisfaction in Ghana: a case study of SSNIT Housing flats in Asuoyeboa, Kumasi – Journal of Civil and Environmental Research ISSN 2225-5790 (Online) Vol 7, No 3, 2015
  7. Eyiah-Botwe, E., Aigbavboa, C.O & Thwala W.D (2017). Building information management for enhanced construction stakeholder information management: the case of polytechnic projects in Ghana –Online ascelibrary.org,