Dr Farah Shahrin is a Lecturer at NTU’s School of Architecture, Design and Built Environment where she leads and teaches a range of Construction Project Management and Quantity Surveying modules at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Apart from the teaching and supervision duties, she is also keen to engage with research and grant applications.
After the completion of the PhD research, Farah Shahrin worked at Northumbria University before decided to embark another adventure with NTU.
The research interest is BIM implementation and the skills and knowledge development among Quantity Surveyors.
Farah really has a strong belief that the right combination of people and process is really important for the success of projects within BIM implementation.
At the moment, she is trying to bridge the knowledge and skills between UK and Malaysia for BIM implementation.
Sponsors and collaborators
For the research, Farah used to collaborate with Laing o’ Rourke and Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Trust.