Mr Mark Crowley
Mark has a background in estimating, civil and architectural design. He worked for some of the largest engineering (GHD) and architectural (Peddle, Thorpe & Walker) consultancies in Australia. He has also been a self-employed builder in the housing sector.
Mark joined UWS in 1991. He has taught in most of the subjects in the field of Construction Management; timber technology, metallurgy, concrete technology, acoustics, thermal design, lighting design, housing construction, commercial construction, surveying, geotechnology, substructural design, structural analysis and design, planning, estimating, research methodology, learning theory, marketing, negotiation theory, organisational theory, building regulations. He established the Bachelor of Housing.
This information has been contributed by Mr Crowley.
- MScBuild University of Western Sydney, Hawkesbury
- BEng(Civil) University of New South Wales
- Concrete Technology
- Research Commercialisation
- Sustainable Construction
Organisational Unit (School / Division)
- Construction Management
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- Crowley, M. (2003), 'Portland Cement: The Construction Industry's Greenhouse Gas Problem', CIB 2003 International Conference on Smart and Sustainable Buit Environmnet, Brisbane.
- Crowley, M. and Miller, G. (2002), 'The last sector of the building industry turns to niversity education (Producing better housing)', Australasian Universities Building Education, Annual Conference 2002, Christchurch, New Zealand.