Prof. Andrew Ross
Prof Andrew Ross is Professor of Construction Project Management at LJMU and is a chartered quantity surveyor.
His scholarly interests lie in the area of sustainability, organizational management with a focus on main contractor/supply chain relationships and procurement. He takes an interdisciplinary approach to his research and has been principal investigator for a research projects funded by Innovate UK, ERDF, Erasmus, British council and RICS totaling over £2.0m. Over the last 30 years his research students have investigated supply chain management, construction economics, cost modelling, cash management and cost value reconciliation. Andrew has published three textbooks, Construction UK, Building Design Cost Management, and Financial Management of Construction Contacting.
He has contributed book chapters on construction commercial management and published over 150 papers in peer-reviewed journals and conferences. A central theme of his research and enterprise activities is to seek impact via collaboration with industrial partners- a particular focus. He has been instrumental in the national development of degree apprentice provision as a member of the construction trailblazer group. He has contributed to many national and international construction conferences and is a founder member of CIB TG 92 wearable sensor technology.