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Dr Martin Green

Dr Martin Green, Teaching Fellow in the School of Construction Management and Engineering



Building location

Chancellor's  Building

Areas of interest

- Socio-technical approaches to emergent technologies

- Historical analysis of the built environment

- The temporal and spatial co-ordination of everyday work

- Everyday energy demand and sustainable technologies

Postgraduate supervision

- Kirk Maritshane –Parastatals and Social Housing Provision



- CE1HBE – History of The Built Environment, Space, Design, And Technology (UG)

- CEM243 - New Technology, Management & Change (PG)

- CE2CCE – Construction Economics (UG)

Contributing to:

- CE3CCD - Dissertation Supervision (UG)

- CEM10A - Research Skills (PG)

- CEM10B - Dissertation Supervision (PG)

- CEM110 - Collaboration, Practice and Innovation (PG)


Martin’s research focuses on reconceptualising understandings of the built environment through unpacking how organisations, institutions, and technologies respond and reproduce broader sectoral and societal change.

Academic qualifications

- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), University of Reading

- PhD, Department of Sociology, Lancaster University

- MA, Sociological Research, Department of Sociology, Lancaster University

- Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults (CELTA), International House, Krakow

- BA Hons, Sociology and Criminology, Department of Sociology, University of Liverpool


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