Andrea Ofori-Boadu

TitleAssistant Professor

DepartmentBuilt Environment

Phone336-285-3128

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Emailandreao@ncat.edu

OfficePrice Hall
Room: 112J

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Andrea Ofori-Boadu

Education

Ph D: Technology Management, Indiana State University, 2012

MS: Industrial Technology, North Carolina A&T State University, 2004

BS: Building Technology, University of Science and Technology, 1997


Research Interests

Her research interests are in o Cement pastes with swine-waste biochar o Management of sustainable building projects o Cost Engineering o STEM Education


Recent Publications

Ofori-Boadu, Andrea  Shofoluwe, Musibau  Pyle, Robert  (2017).  Development of a Housing Eligibility Assessment Score for Low-income Housing Repair in the Southeastern region of the United States. .  (3,  35,  pp. 194-217).  International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation.

Shofoluwe, Musibau  Ejohwomu, Obuks  Ofori-Boadu, Andrea  Adewolu, Adeoye  (2017).  Organizational Safety Commitment of Top U.S. Construction Firms..  In Dr. Jason Lucas,  N/A  (2,  42,  pp. 15-25).  The Professional Constructor - Journal of the American Institute of Constructors.

Ofori-Boadu, Andrea  Kelley, Rico  Aryeetey, Frederick  Hajialiakbari Fini, Elham  Akangah, Paul  (2017).  The Influence of Swine-Waste Biochar on the Early-Age Characteristics of Cement Paste.  (6,  7,  pp. 1-7).  International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications.

Ofori-Boadu, Andrea  Addo, Lee  Adebakin, Mariam  (2016).  An integrated construction management approach for addressing LEED project challenges.  (9,  18,  pp. 91-98).  International Organization of Scientific Research รข€“ Journal of Business and Management.

Bock Hyeng, Christian  Ofori-Boadu, Andrea  Yamb-Bell, Emmanuel  Shofoluwe, Musibau  (2016).  Mechanical Properties of Sustainable Adobe Bricks Stabilized with Recycled Sugarcane Fiber Waste.  (9,  6,  pp. 50-59).  International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications .

Yeboah, Frank  Ofori-Boadu, Andrea  Sam, Peter  Shofoluwe, Musibau  (2016).  Short-Term Wind Speed Prediction using Supervised Machine Learning Techniques.  (2,  16,  pp. 13-22).  International Journal of Modern Engineering.