Krisen Moodley

My early professional and academic background is in Quantity Surveying and Construction Economics. I was a lecturer in construction management in the School of Building Engineering and Surveying at Heriot-Watt University between 1990 and 1994.  I joined Leeds in 1994 as a lecturer in Engineering Project Management. Since joining Leeds my research and teaching interests now include infrastructure asset management, whole life management, ethics, corporate responsibility, resilience and procurement. I supervise students in infrastructure asset managment, whole-life management, project management, procurement and resileince across all engineering sectors.

I am chief editor of the Journal of Infrastructure Asset Management (ICE publishing) and reviewer for Construction Management and Economics, Engineering Construction and Architectural Management , Journal of Environmental Management and Institute of Asset Management/IET Research Conference. I am also a member of the regional committees of the CIHT and IAM.