Andrew Bates ,

  • Research Professor


Andrew Bates

Andrew Bates has 25 years of experience in the fields of Construction Management, Engineering, and Organizational Management. He holds a PhD in Civil Engineering and has extensive knowledge and experience with Building Information Modeling and its relationship with project control. Andrew Bates is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Civil and Urban Engineering where he teaches Construction Management, Construction Modeling Technique and Project Controls using BIM at the Tandon School of Engineering. 

Research Interests
Risk Analysis and Management Owner's Representation / Project Success Construction Project Management Building Information Modeling (BIM)

Polytechnic University, 2009
Doctor of Philosophy, Civil Engineering

University of Colorado, Boulder, 1998
Master of Science, Civil Engineering

United States Air Force Academy, 1992
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering

Liu, Mei, F.H. (Bud) Griffis, Andrew Bates, “Owner's Leadership Role in Integrated Project Delivery Success”, Journal of Engineering in Management, ASCE, submitted 2012.

Liu, Mei, F.H. (Bud) Griffis, and Andrew Bates, “Compensation Structure and Contingency Allocation in Integrated Project Delivery System”, Fifth International Conference on Construction Engineering and Project Management (ICCEPM-2013).

Liu, Mei, F.H. (Bud) Griffis, and Andrew Bates, “Connecting Technology, Industry and Research: a Vertical Integrated Project Course for BIM Education”, Fifth International Conference on Construction Engineering and Project Management (ICCEPM-2013).

Pocock, James, Zane Mitchell, Andrew Bates, “One Approach to Incorporating Sustainable Design into Undergraduate Engineering Programs”, ASCE Conference Proceedings. 2009.

Griffis and Andrew Bates  2004.  Griffis, F.H. and Andrew Bates.  “The Owner’s Role in Project Success”, RT204 Research Report, Construction Industry Institute,  Austin, 2004


Other Publications

Owner's Role in Project Success Survey