Dr. Azzeddine Oudjehane, Instructor. Dr. Oudjehane joined SAIT in 2012 to teach in the Bachelor of Science in Construction Project Management and develop applied and scholarly research opportunities that meet the needs of Alberta’s construction industry.
Dr. Oudjehane joined SAIT in 2012 to teach in the Bachelor of Science in Construction Project Management and develop applied and scholarly research opportunities that meet the needs of Alberta’s construction industry.
With over 20 years experience leading multi-disciplinary projects in R&D, business innovation and, market development and performance evaluation, Dr. Oudjehane works with various stakeholders from government and industry. He holds a PhD in Materials Science Engineering from Blaise Pascal University in France and a graduate diploma in Business Administration from Simon Fraser University.
With over 50 publications and presentations at international conferences, Dr. Oudjehane has sat on various journal review committees and has chaired sessions at conferences. Most recently, he spoke on sustainability and value management in construction project management at the 2013 Project Management Institute – Southern Alberta Chapter Annual Conference and the annual conference of the Canadian Society of Value Analysis.
Design and Building Structures
Soil Mechanics and Foundation
Development of interdisciplinary applied research in areas bridging construction, project management, sustainability, and energy efficiency
Life cycle analysis in construction project management
Wood and engineered wood products for non-residential construction
Green building materials from processing to the construction site
BIM for green and sustainable construction projects
Deconstruction and reusability of building materials
Eco-efficiency and productivity strategies in construction project management
Performance evaluation and value engineering in construction project management