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Mohamed Osmani

Loughborough University (UK)


20123 - present

Loughborough University (UK)

Chair Professor of Sustainable Design and Construction

He has developed a significant portfolio of funded research, winning more than £8 million (over £40 million cumulative projects’ value) on a range of projects covering circular economy; material resource efficiency; traceability; blockchain; designing out waste; end-of-life material optimization; and sustainable project performance improvement through innovation

2001 - 2013

Loughborough University (UK)

Lecturer / Senior Lecturer / Reader

He has been teaching and supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students in sustainable buildings; and the Director of Sustainable Design and Construction MSc Programme,

1996 - 2001

Hubbard Ford Partnership, Bristol (UK)


Main research interest

Sustainable design and construction innovation, best practice and change management; Circular economy; Material resource efficiency; designing out waste and end-of-life waste recovery and optimisation; Impact of building information modelling, virtual prototyping, and blockchain on sustainable project performance.

Most relevant projects

• The UKRI funded ‘Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Centre for Mineral-based Construction Materials (ICEC-MCM)’: Link
• The European Commission funded ‘Circular Economy of Building Materials (ICEBERG) project: Link
• The European Commission funded ‘Activating Circular Services – C-SERVEES’ project: Link
• EPSRC funded Circular Materials for Transportation (CIRCMATE-4-TM’ project: Link
•HS2 funded ‘Applying Circular Economy Principles in Infrastructure Projects’ project.
• BRE Trust funded ‘Blockchains for Traceability Assurance’ project.


Available here


e-mail: m.osmani@lboro.ac.uk
phone: +44 1509 228155