Musibau A. Shofoluwe


DepartmentBuilt Environment


Please, update Activity Insight. No 'Fax Number' has been entered for this faculty member.

OfficePrice Hall
Room: 106

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Musibau A. Shofoluwe


Ph D: Industrial Technology (Construction Management), University of Northern Iowa, 1992

MS: Technology (Construction Management), Pittsburg State University, 1983

BS: Industrial Technology (Building Construction), North Carolina A&T State University, 1982

Other: Construction Technology, North Carolina A&T State University, 1979

Research Interests

Construction Risk Management; Sustainable construction practices; Construction Safety. Construction Project Management.

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.

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.

Ofori-Boadu, Andrea  Shofoluwe, Musibau  Owusu-Manu, DeGraft  David, Edwards  Gary, Holt  (2015).  Analysis of Energy Programs in the U.S. commercial buildings sector .  (4,  5 ,  pp. 349-362).  Built Environment Project and Asset Management .

Osipitan, Osileke  Shofoluwe, Musibau  (2014).  The impact of project delivery methods used on public highway-rail intersection projects in New York State.  (2,  6,  pp. 10).  International Journal of Engineering Research and Innovation.