Mark is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Property, Construction & Project Management. He is also registered builder with over 20 years of industry experience.
Mark's research interests include:
- Factors determining speed of construction for multi-unit residential construction
- Multi-media technologies in teaching
- Culture in construction
- Project delivery analysis
- Bridging technologies.
- Supervised various minor theses in Masters of Project Management course
- Examiner for minor thesis.
Research grants and projects
- Small grant for production of pilot videotape and workbook production in domestic construction technology
- Grant for production of book entitled 'Housing styles and faults' as co-author, from Estate Agents Board.
- Graduate Diploma in Tertiary Teaching & Learning, RMIT University, 1999
- Master of Applied Science (Building), RMIT University, 1998
- 'Construction time performance in residential construction', Bachelor of Building, RMIT University, 1989
1996 – LU Simon training sessions
1994 – AIVLE seminars - Housing faults and rectification techniques
1994 – Workshop for LU Simon ’Materials, tolerances...’
1992 – Seminar for AIVLE ’Inspection Techniques, Fault Finding, Detecting Early Signs of Deterioration’
1992 – One day work shop for AIVLE ’Building Structures and Systems for Land Economists
1992 – For private company to develop an estimating system for a brick manufacturer; ’Brickex Expert System Mark 1’ and working notes
- Aranda-Mena, G.,D'Amico, V.,Vines, M. (2013). CLUB: Innovative ways for learning and teaching PPPs In: Proceedinsg of the 2013 International Conference on Public Private Partnership (PPP) Body of Knowledge, Preston, United Kingdom, 18-20 March 2013
- Vines, M. (2007). Enhanced Manufacturing Techniques for On-Site Tilt-Up Concrete Wall Production In: Manubuild: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference: The Transformation of the Industry - Open Building manufacturing, ,
- Vines, M. (2007). Is there a re-emergence of concrete pre-cast in Australian housing? In: International journal for housing science and its applications, 31, 227 - 240
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