Pauline is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher at the School of Property, Construction and Project Management. She also undertakes the role as the Deputy Program Manager for Construction Management discipline.
Pauline is an industry-focused researcher, mainly in the area of infrastructure projects. She has a wide range of research interest which includes construction quality and safety, Artificial Intelligence and risk management, infrastructure procurement, and Public-Private Partnerships. Pauline's scholarly contributions were published in Q1 journals, such as, International Journal of Project Management, Production Planning and Control, Applied Ergonomics, Safety Science, and ASCE Journal of Construction Engineering and Management. She is also a member of the CIB W122 PPP Working Commission. As an early career researcher, she has over 765 citations and h-index 14 ( Google Scholar).
Pauline is an active member within the school. She undertakes various administrative duties as the Deputy Program Manager and is also part of the Ngulu and Belonging Committee, Diversity and Inclusion Committee, a project lead of the indigenous subcommittee, and the School's Reconciliation Action Plan representative.
- Measuring efficiencies of PPP road projects (Career Reignite Funding) $18,926, Funded by Research and Innovation Portfolio, 2021-2022
- Towards evaluating the employment impacts of the building maintenance program, $23,500, Funded by Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre, 2019 – 2023
- Doctor of Philosophy (Construction Management and Economics), Queensland University of Technology
- Master of Project Management, University of Southern Queensland
- Bachelor of Science in Building (Honours), National University of Singapore
- Senior Lecturer, School of Property, Construction and Project Management, RMIT University (2023-Present)
- Deputy Program Manager, Construction Management Discipline, School of Property, Construction and Project Management, RMIT University (2020-Present)
- Lecturer, School of Property, Construction and Project Management, Deakin University (2017-2018)
- ARC Post-doctoral Researcher, Curtin University (2014-2017)
- Prior to Academia, Pauline has more than 7 years of experience as a Quantity Surveyor both in Australia and Singapore. She has been involved in numerous institutional, commercial, and low and high-rise residential projects.
- Professional membership: Member of Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors.
- Love, P.,Matthews, J.,Ika, L.,Teo, P.,Fang, W.,Morrison, J. (2023). From Quality-I to Quality-II: Cultivating an Error Culture to Support Lean Thinking and Rework Mitigation in Infrastructure Projects In: Production Planning and Control, 34, 812 - 829
- Teo, P.,Gajanayake, A.,Jayasuriya, S.,Izaddoost, A.,Perera, T.,Naderpajouh, N.,Wong, P. (2021). Application of a bottom-up approach to estimate economic impacts of building maintenance projects: cladding rectification program in Australia In: Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 29, 333 - 353
- Gontier, J.,Wong, S.,Teo, P. (2021). Towards the implementation of immersive technology in construction - A swot analysis In: Journal of Information Technology in Construction, 26, 366 - 380
- Bevrani, K.,Chung, E.,Teo, P. (2021). A Space-Based Car-Following Model: Development and Application for Managed Motorway System Safety Evaluation In: Future Transportation, 1, 443 - 465
- Matinheikki, J.,Naderpajouh, N.,Aranda-Mena, G.,Jayasuriya, W.,Teo, P. (2021). Befriending Aliens: Institutional Complexity and Organizational Responses in Infrastructure Public–Private Partnerships In: Project Management Journal, 52, 453 - 470
- Love, P.,Teo, P.,Smith, J.,Ackermann, F.,Zhou, Y. (2019). The nature and severity of workplace injuries in construction: engendering operational benchmarking In: Ergonomics, 62, 1273 - 1288
- Love, P.,Smith, J.,Teo, P. (2018). Putting into practice error management theory: Unlearning and learning to manage action errors in construction In: Applied Ergonomics, 69, 104 - 111
- Love, P.,Teo, P.,Morrison, J. (2018). Unearthing the nature and interplay of quality and safety in construction projects: An empirical study In: Safety Science, 103, 270 - 279
- Love, P.,Teo, P.,Ackermann, F.,Smith, J.,Alexander, J.,Palaneeswaran, E.,Morrison, J. (2018). Reduce rework, improve safety: an empirical inquiry into the precursors to error in construction In: Production Planning and Control, 29, 353 - 366
- Love, P.,Smith, J.,Ackermann, F.,Irani, Z.,Teo, P. (2018). The costs of rework: insights from construction and opportunities for learning In: Production Planning & Control, 29, 1082 - 1095
- Towards evaluating the employment impacts of the building maintenance program (Project 3.66). Funded by: Sustainable Built Environment National Research Centre from (2019 to 2023)
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