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Fadiya - Mathematical Modeller - Wolverhampton, England, UK

Olusanjo Fadiya

Wolverhampton, England, UK



A motivated, focused and versatile professional with a strong numerical and analytical background seeks to work in IT/Engineering Systems Analysis and Decision Analysis.


Developed a structured spreadsheet model for selecting cost-effective ICT-based tracking and positioning systems applicable to building construction projects

Attended intensive training and acquired hands-on experience on the configuration and implementation of SAP MM module. Defined and assigned organizational units; created vendor master and materials master data records and executed procurement cycle.


Fadiya, O., Georgakis, P. and Chinyio, E. (2011), Perceptions of building contractors concerning plant theft, published in International Journal of Architecture, Engineering and Construction.

Fadiya, O., Georgakis, P., Chinyio, E. and Nwagboso, C. (2011), Contractors’ Perceptions of the Benefits of an Improved Construction Logistics System, submitted in Journal of Information Technology in Construction (Under Review).

Fadiya, O., Georgakis, P., Chinyio, E. and Nwagboso, C. (2011), Decision-making framework for selecting ICT-based construction logistics systems, submitted in Automation in Construction (Under Review).


Fadiya, O., Georgakis, P., Chinyio, E. and Nwagboso, C. (2010), Development of an ICT-based Logistics Framework for the Construction Industry, paper presented at ARCOM Conference, The 26th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Leeds Metropolitan University UK, 6-8 September.


Mathematical Modeller

  • Full time
  • Part time
  • One time
  • Contract
  • Temp


Derived mathematical formulas to quantify the cost and benefits of implementing ICT-based tracking systems for improving construction logistics.

Implemented the formulas in Microsoft Excel 2010. Tested the model and carried out sensitivity analyses which demonstrated the reliability of the model

Work History


University of Wolverhampton

September 2008 - September 2008

Critically analysed the logistics problems currently facing UK construction industry in procuring and managing materials and equipment.

Analysed alternative ICT-based tracking and positioning systems that can mitigate such problems.

Developed a multi-criteria decision support tool that can enhance the selection of appropriate system for project-specific application using integrated analysis tools such as fault tree analysis, decision tree analysis, statistical analysis including probability models, and multi-attribute utility theory.

Implemented the model in SPSS, Excel and visual basic for applications (VBA); tested the model with typical 8-story office building project data and carried out sensitivity analysis which demonstrate the robustness of the tool and the reliability of its output.

Technical Analyst

DeepSea Engineering

October 2005 - March 2006

Static and dynamic analysis of subsea pipeline and umbilicals installation. I used finite element modelling package called Orcaflex and also worked extensively with Orcaflex and Excel spreadsheets.

Used Visual Basic for Application (VBA) to write macros to extract simulation results for postprocessing.

Qualifications & Certifications

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)

The University of Wolverhampton


Unversity Colege London


University of Ilorin

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