14th Built Environment Conference

Technology, Transformation and Sustainable Construction

21- 22 SEPT 2020


About the ASOCSA Conference

The Association of Schools of Construction of Southern Africa (ASOCSA) Built Environment conference series in its 15th year of existence continues to be one of the major cutting edge built environment conferences on the African continent. Since its inception in 2006, the blind peer reviewed conference proceedings have been referred to by both private and public sector policy and decision makers. The series produces a post-conference edition of the Journal of Construction, which is on the list of journals approved by the South African Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) for subsidy. The conference series continues to be endorsed by the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB), one of the largest global built environment research organizations and is recognized by the Australian Institute of Building (AIB).

The conference provides an interactive international forum and also networking opportunities among researchers, academics, administrators and practitioners, representing institutions of higher learning, government agencies, contracting organisations, consulting enterprises, financial institutions, and other construction-related organisations. 

Prof. Obas John Ebohon

Prof. Obas John Ebohon

Professor of Sustainability & Environmental Law
London South Bank University

Dr M. Reza Hosseini

Dr M. Reza Hosseini

Associate Head of School (research) at the School of Architecture and Built Environment, Deakin University and a research fellow of the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning (CRADLE)

Prof. David J. Edwards

Professor David J. Edwards

BSc(Hons), PhD, FIoQ
David is a Professor of Plant & Machinery Management, Birmingham City University.

Prof. Monty Sutrisna

Professor Monty Sutrisna

Chartered Construction Manager, Chartered Building Professional and Chartered Quantity Surveying

Nelson Mandela University and University of the Free State vie for most conference papers submissions to 14th BE Conference (PDF)