Dr Pauline Teo
Pauline is a lecturer (construction management) at RMIT's School of Property, Construction and Project Management.
Prior to joining RMIT, Pauline was a lecturer in construction management at Deakin University and post-doctoral research fellow at Curtin University. She holds a PhD in construction management from Queensland University of Technology and her doctoral research is in Public-Private Partnerships in infrastructure procurement.
Pauline's current research interest include construction safety and quality performance, construction procurement, Public-Private Partnerships, error management, and statistical modelling.
Pauline also has more than 7 years of industry experience in quantity surveying and is a member of Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors.
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- 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
Pauline has more than 7 years of experiences in the field of quantity surveying both in Australia and Singapore. She has been involved in numerous institutional, commercial, and low and high-rise residential projects.
She is currently a member of Member of Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyor (AIQS).
- 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
- Love, P.,Matthews, J.,Ika, L.,Teo, P.,Fang, W.,Morrison, J. (2021). (In Press) 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, , 1 - 19
- 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)