Dr William Collinge is a Lecturer in Project Management in the School of MACE. He currently designs and delivers courses within MACE covering IT project management, civil & structural engineering and professional project management practice and is actively engaged in research, administrative and supervisory work.
He is currently Principal Investigator on the BIM Health and Safety Risk Library project working in association with the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the Thomas Ashton Institute. This project aims to conceptualize, develop and prototype a new digital tool for the BIM environment to improve construction project health and safety design and delivery work.
Other research interests include collaboration in project environments, Action Research, construction stakeholder management, project communications and project management pedagogy. He has worked as teacher, researcher and librarian in both the public and private sectors in both the UK and overseas.
He obtained his PhD in Construction Management & Engineering in 2014 from the University of Reading. He also holds degrees in Applied Informatics (distinction) University of Reading, Information & Library Management Liverpool John Moores University and Classics/Archaeology University of Warwick. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Chartered Member of the Chartered Institiute of Building (CIOB).