Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Associate Professor
Biography

Academic Qualifications:

PhD, MSc, BEng, FEIZ, FCIOB, MASCE, MCIArb, REng

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  • Department: Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • School: School of Engineering
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Professional Affiliation   
 1. Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Building (FCIOB)

2. Fellow and Life Member of the Engineering Institution of Zambia (FEIZ)
3. Registered Engineer (REng), Engineering Registration Board
4. Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (MASCE)
5. Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb)
6. Member of the Institute of Directors (IoD) of Zambia

 

SUMMARY

Professor Mundia Muya was the Dean of the School of Engineering at the University of Zambia from 2012 to 2018.  He is an International Member of the Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) Advisory Council (Read more) based in the United Kingdom. He is a Director on the Engineering Registration Board and is Past President of the Engineering Institution of Zambia (EIZ). He was Chairman of the National Housing Authority and Mulungushi International Conference Centre in Zambia. He has served as director on the boards of the Road Development Agency in Zambia, Zambia Centre for Dispute Resolution, Road Contractors Company Limited, and National Council for Construction. He has been Executive Committee Member of the Zambia Branch of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and is a member of the Expert Group (EGr) of the Network of African Science Academies (NASAC) based in Kenya. He has served as an external examiner at Makerere University in Uganda, and as Head of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Zambia. He was previously Chairman of the Editorial Board and Editor of The Zambian Engineer, Journal of the Engineering Institution of Zambia, and Associate Editor of the Journal of Science and Technology published by the University of Zambia Press. He is a civil engineer. He is an Honorary Fellow (Life Member) of the Engineering Institution of Zambia, is registered with the Engineering Registration Board, a Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. He undertook a Commonwealth funded post-doctoral research at Loughborough University in the UK where he earlier obtained his PhD in Construction Management and an MSc in Construction. He obtained his Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Zambia. He attended secondary education at Hillcrest Technical Secondary School in Livingstone, Southern Province and primary education at Muoyo Primary School in Senanga, Western Province in Zambia.

Research Interests
  • Construction Management
  • Green (Sustainable) Construction
  • Construction Risk Management
  • Construction Project Management
  • Health and Safety in Construction
  • Knowledge Management in Construction
  • Construction Claims
  • Construction Dispute Management and Resolution
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution in Construction
  • Public Private Partnerships in Construction
  • Construction Craft Skills
  • Engineering Environmental Management on Construction Projects
Publications

Peer Reviewed Journal articles

  1. Mubiana Macwan’gi, Mundia Muya, Lungowe Matakala and Nalukui Milapo (2017) Evolving cultural norms at crossroads with legal frameworks in reducing corruption in the procurement of construction projects in Zambia, International Journal of Advances in Mechanical and Civil Engineering, ISSN: 2394-2827 Volume-4, Issue-5, Oct.-2017, IRAJ DOI Number - IJAMCE-IRAJ-DOI-9200, http://www.iraj.in/journal/journal_file/journal_pdf/13-402-151141711647-51.pdf
  2. L. Matakala, M. Muya, M. Macwan’gi, J. Tambatamba, B. Mwiya, J. Kalyongwe, N. Milapo, B. Sidono, K. Kazungu and V. Byusa (2017) Gaps and Challenges in the Legal Framework Regulating Corruption in Construction Procurement in Zambia. The International Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Research, ISSN: 3471-7102, Paper-ID: CFP/515/2017, http://www.multiresearch.net/cms/publications/CFP5152017.pdf
  3. Mundia Muya, Chisanga Kaluba, Ian Nzali Banda, Suzanne Rattray, Christopher Mubemba and Garry Mukelabai (2017) Infrastructure Watch Culture: Zambia's Infrastructure Report Card, Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Volume 5 Number 1, pp 8 - 17, DOI: 10.13189/cea.2017.050102, http://www.hrpub.org
  4. Aaron Daniel Mwanza, Mundia Muya and Peiwen Hao (2016) Towards Modeling Rutting for Asphalt Pavements in Hot Climates, Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Volume 10, Number 9, pp 1075 – 1084, ISSN: 1934-7359 (Print); 1934-7367 (Online), http://www.davidpublisher.org/Home/Journal/JCEA, David Publishing Company
  5. Chanda Kaoma and Mundia Muya (2016) Artisan gaps in the construction industry in Zambia, American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology and Sciences, Volume 18 Number 1, pp 235 – 251, ISSN (Print) 2313-4410, ISSN (Online) 2313-4402, Global Society of Scientific Research and Researchers
  6. Kaliba C, M Muya and B Mwiya (2015) Key indicators of knowledge creation within civil engineering consultancy firms in Africa, International Journal of Engineering Research and Management Studies, Volume 2, Number 2, pp 19 – 27, ISSN 2394-7659
  7. Mwiya B, Muya M, Kaliba C, Mukalula P (2015) Construction Unit Rate Factor Modelling Using Neural Networks, International Journal of Civil, Architectural, Structural and Construction Engineering, ISSN: 1307-6892, Volume 9 Number 1, pp 29 – 34, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Science Index 97
  8. Sydney Ngoma, Mundia Muya and Chabota Kaliba (2014) Benefits, Constraints and Risks in Infrastructure Development via Public-Private Partnerships in Zambia. Journal of Construction in Developing Countries, Vol.19 No. 1, pp 15 – 33, Print ISSN: 1823-6499; Online ISSN: 2180-4222
  9. M Muya and B Mukumbwa (2013) Integrity Systems in Construction Organisations in Zambia, International Journal of Architecture, Engineering and Construction, Volume 2 Number 2, pp 1-15, ISSN 1911-110X (print) and ISSN 1911-1118 (online), International Association for Sustainable Development and Management (IASDM)
  10. B Mukumbwa and M Muya (2013) Ethics in the construction Industry in Zambia, International Journal of Construction Management, Volume 13 Number 2, pp 43 – 65, ISSN: 15623599
  11. Muya Mundia, Chabota Kaliba, Balimu Sichombo and Winston Shakantu (2013) Cost escalation, schedule overruns and quality shortfalls on construction projects: the case of Zambia, International Journal of Construction Management, Volume 13 Number 1, pp 53 – 68, ISSN: 15623599
  12. Sibanyama G, M Muya and C Kaliba (2012) An overview of construction claims: A case study of the Zambian construction industry, International Journal of Construction Management, Volume 12 Number 1, pp 65 – 81, ISSN: 15623599
  13. Musonda H M and M Muya (2011) Construction dispute management and resolution in Zambia. Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, Volume 3 Number 4, pp 160 – 169, doi:10.1061/(ASCE)LA.1943-4170.0000059, ISSN 1943-4162, Journal of the American Society of Civil Engineers
  14. Sichombo B M, M Muya, W Shakantu and C Kaliba (2009) The need for technical auditing in the Zambian construction industry. International Journal of Project Management, The Journal of the Project Management Association, Volume 27 Issue Number 8, November 2009, pp 821 – 832, doi:10.1016/j.ijproman.2009.02.001, ISSN: 0263-7863, Elsevier, www.elservier.com/locate/ijprman, UK
  15. Mang’elele I and M Muya (2009) Risk assessment and model for community-based construction projects in Zambia. Botswana Journal of Technology, Volume 18, Issue Number 1, April 2009, pp26 – 37, ISSN 1019 – 1593, Indexed and Abstracted in Chemical Abstracts and African Journals Online (AJOL) at http://www.ajol.info
  16. Shakantu M W, M Muya, J E Tookey and P A Bowen (2009) Conceptualising reverse logistics in a construction context: re-defining their contours. Journal of Contemporary Management, Volume 6, pp. 81 - 96 - 204, ISSN 1815-7440
  17. Kaliba C, M Muya and K Mumba (2009) Cost escalation and schedule delays in road construction projects in Zambia. International Journal of Project Management, The Journal of the Project Management Association, Volume 27 Issue Number 5, pp 522 – 531, doi:10.1016/j.ijproman.2008.07.003, ISSN: 0263-7863, Elsevier, www.elservier.com/locate/ijprman, UK
  18. Shakantu M W, M Muya, J E Tookey and P A Bowen (2008) Assessment of construction vehicle utilisation efficiency: a case study. Journal of Contemporary Management, Volume 5, pp. 182 - 204, ISSN 1815-7440
  19. Shakantu M W, M Muya, J E Tookey and P A Bowen (2008) Evaluating truck empty running in construction: a case study from Cape Town. The Australasian Journal of Construction Economics and Building, Volume 8 Issue Number 2, pp. 41 – 49, ISSN 1445-2634, Journal of The Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors and The Australian Institute of Building
  20. Mang’elele I and M Muya (2008) Risk identification on community-based construction projects in Zambia. Journal of Engineering, Design and technology, Volume 6 Issue Number 2, pp. 145 - 161 ISSN 1726-0531, Southern African Built Environment Research Centre (SABERC) – CIOB Africa, Emerald Group Publishing Limited, available at www.emeraldinsight.com/1726-0531.htm
  21. Muya M, W Shakantu, F T Edum-Fotwe, N A Kheni, A D F Price, A G F Gibb (2008) Occupational Safety and Health Practices: How does Construction Compare with other Sectors Globbally? The Zambian Engineer, Volume 41Issue Number1, pp. 14 – 21, ISSN 1608-6678, Journal of the Engineering Institution of Zambia
  22. Shakantu W M, M Muya, J E Tookey and P A Bowen (2008) Flow modelling of construction site materials and waste logistics: a case study from Cape Town, South Africa. Journal of Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Volume 15 Issue Number 5, pp 423 - 439, ISSN 0969-9988, Available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0969-9988.htm, Emerald Group Publishing Limited
  23. Mang’elele I and M Muya (2008) Community-based construction project risks in Zambia. Journal of Construction, Volume 2 Issue Number 1, pp. 1 - 8 ISSN 1994-7402, Official Journal of the Association of Schools of Construction of Southern Africa
  24. Muya M, A D F Price and T T Edum Fotwe (2007) Training levy to support construction craft skills training in Zambia. The West Indian Journal of Engineering, Volume 30 Issue Number 1, pp 37 – 44, ISSN 0511-5728, Faculty of Engineering, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Republic of Trinidad & Tobago
  25. Shakantu W M, J E Tookey, M Muya and P A Bowen (2007) Beyond Egan’s supply chain management: advancing the role of logistics in the South African construction industry. Acta Structilia, Journal for the Physical and Development Sciences, Volume 4 Issue Number 1, pp. 93 – 115, ISSN 1023-0564, The University of the Free State, South Africa
  26. Muya M, F T Edum-Fotwe, A D F Price and A G F Gibb (2006) Global perspectives on Occupational Health and Safety Management. The Zambian Engineer, Volume 39 Issue Number 1, pp. 36 – 44, ISSN 1608-6678, Journal of the Engineering Institution of Zambia
  27. Muya M, A D F Price and F T Edum-Fotwe (2006) Gender and HIV/AIDS in the construction craft workforce in Zambia in the context of the Millennium Development Goals. Botswana Journal of Technology, Volume 15 Issue Number 1, pp55 – 5p, ISSN 1019 – 1593, Indexed and Abstracted in Chemical Abstracts and African Journals Online (AJOL)(http://www.ajol.info)
  28. Muya M, A D F Price and F T Edum-Fotwe (2006) Construction craft skills requirements in Sub-Saharan Africa: a focus on Zambia. Journal of Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, Volume13 Issue Number 3, pp 223 – 241, ISSN 0969-9988, Available at www.emeraldinsight.com/0969-9988.htm
  29. Muya M, A D F Price and F T Edum Fotwe (2006) Planning construction craft skills training requirements in Zambia. Construction Information Quarterly, Volume 8 Issue Number1, pp 19 – 24, Journal of the Chartered Institute of Building
  30. Muya M, A D F Price and F T Edum-Fotwe (2006) Overview of funding for construction craft skills training in Sub-Saharan Africa: a case study of Zambia. Journal of Construction Management and Economics, Volume 24February Issue, pp 197-208, ISSN 0144-6193 print or 1466-433X online, Taylor & Francis at http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals
  31. Muya M and S Mashamba (2005) The Significance of SMEs in the construction sector. The Zambian Engineer, Volume 38Issue Number 1, pp. 25 – 31, ISSN 1608-6678, Journal of the Engineering Institution of Zambia
  32. Muya M, Mulenga M N, Bwalya D C, Edum-Fotwe F T and Price A D F (2004) Construction Skills Requirement Issues in Zambia. The Zambian Engineer, Volume 37Issue Number2, pp. 48 – 52, ISSN 1608-6678, Journal of the Engineering Institution of Zambia
  33. Muya M and Mumba W (2004) Sustainable Construction and EnvironmentalManagement: Lessons from Lusaka City Roads Project. The Zambian Engineer, Volume37 Issue Number 2, pp. 40 – 47, ISSN 1608-6678, Journal of the Engineering Institution of Zambia
  34. Muya M, Simate I N and Mununga L (2002) Indicative Status of Professional Membership of EIZ and ERB. The Zambian Engineer, Volume 35Issue Number 1, ISBN 9982 41 005 9, Journal of the Engineering Institution of Zambia
  35. Muya M, Price A D F and Thorpe A and Edum-Fotwe F T (1999) Application of the Analytic Hierarchy Process to the Evaluation of Logistics Factors and their Contributions in Construction Materials Supply, Journal of Construction Procurement, Volume 5 Issue Number2, pp. 99-117, ISSN 1358 9180.
  36. Muya M (1999) Partnering: A new way of managing construction projects.The Zambian Engineer, Volume 34 Issue Number 1, ISBN 9982-41-000-8, Journal of the Engineering Institution of Zambia

Peer Reviewed Conference proceedings

  1. Peter Mukalula and Mundia Muya (2017) Evaluating financial risks in Zambia’s public private partnership projects: The case of the UNZA East Park Mall and Kasumbalesa Border Post, in Erastus Mwanaumo, Innocent Musonda, Franco Muleya (Eds) proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Development and Investment in Infrastructure - Strategies for Africa - DII –2017, 30 August - 1 September, 2017, Livingstone, Zambia, Page 210 -218, ISBN: 978-0-620-74121-7
  2. Sebastian Namukolo, Christopher Kapasa, Douglas Tutu, and Mundia Muya (2017) Lightning Protection and Local Earthing Systems of Weighbridges Infrastructure: A Case Study of Kafue Weighbridge, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Development and Investment in Infrastructure - Strategies for Africa - DII –2017, 30 August - 1 September, 2017, Livingstone, Zambia, Page 168 -176, ISBN: 978-0-620-74121-7
  3. Mwiya Balimu, Muya Mundia and Kaliba Chabota (2016) Cost Factor Input Values for Kohonen architecture, Cost Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Project Management World Congress, 10th ICEC World Congress, ISSN:24481475, pp 802 – 821, WWW.ICEC2016.COM
  4. Balimu Mwiya, Mundia Muya and Chabota Kaliba (2016) Adoption of Best Value Selection Method in the Zambian Road Sector, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Infrastructure Development and Investment Strategies in Africa, pp 353 – 362, ISBN: 978-0-620-70336-9, DII - 2016, 31 August – 2 September 2016, Chrismar Hotel, Livingstone Zambia
  5. James Katende, M. Tunde Oladiran, Leungo Kelebopile, Tedman Onyango, Marie Hüneke, Sabine Kapfhamer, Wilfried Zörner, Donald Kgathi, Joseph E. Mbaiwa, Moseki R. Motsholapheko, Paul Chisale, Samuel John, Andrew Zulu, Shadreck Mpanga, Mundia Muya, Mwansa Kaoma, Donat Ngendo and Ackim Zulu (2016) The NEED project: Enhancing the widespread use of renewable energy resources in the Southern African region, International Conference on the Domestic Use of Energy (DUE), pp 1 - 6, DOI: 10.1109/DUE.2016.7466721, Referenced in: IEEE Conference Publications
  6. Ackim Zulu, Mwansa Kaoma, Mundia Muya, Shadreck Mpanga and Donat Ngendo (2016), Research Requirements in Renewable Energy Technologies for Southern Africa, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Infrastructure Development and Investment Strategies in Africa - Achieving solutions for renewable energy and sustainable development: Network of Energy Excellence for Development (NEED) Summit, ISBN 978-0-620-70336-9, pp 9 – 16, DII – 2016, 31 August – 2 September 2016, Chrismar Hotel, Livingstone Zambia
  7. Leungo Kelebopile, James Katende, Tunde Oladiran, Tedman Onyango, Wilfried Zörner, Sabine Kapfhamer, Samuel John, Paul Chisale, Andrew Zulu3, Mundia Muya, Ackim Zulu, Donat Ngendo, Joseph E. Mbaiwa and Moseki R. Motsholapheko (2016), Development and Harmonization of Renewable Energy Technology (RET) Standards in the SADC Sub-Region, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Infrastructure Development and Investment Strategies in Africa - Achieving solutions for renewable energy and sustainable development: Network of Energy Excellence for Development (NEED) Summit, pp 25 - 38, ISBN: 978-0-620-70336-9, DII – 2016, 31 August – 2 September 2016, Chrismar Hotel, Livingstone Zambia
  8. Aaron D. Mwanza, Peiwen Hao, Mundia Muya and Zhang Haiwei (2016) Impact of Dual Gauge Railway Tracks on Traffic Load Induced Permanent Deformation of Low Embankments, Advances in Transportation Geotechnics 3, The 3rd International Conference on Transportation Geotechnics (ICTG 2016), Volume 143 , 2016, Pages 880–887, Procedia Engineering and Elsevier
  9. Balimu Mwiya, Mundia Muya and Chabota Kaliba (2016) Opportunities for Harmonisation of Ancillary Roadworks under Series 5000 of the SATCC Standards and Specifications, Proceedings of the Engineering Institution of Zambia 2016 Symposium: Achieving Sustainable Industrialization, pp 202 – 213, 22 April 2016, Avani Victoria Falls Resort, Livingstone
  10. Prisca Tente, Mundia Muya, Chabota Kaliba and Erastus Mwanaumo (2016) Construction Accidents in Zambia: Causes and Remedial Measures, Proceedings of the Engineering Institution of Zambia 2016 Symposium: Achieving Sustainable Industrialization, pp 124 – 138, 22 April 2016, Avani Victoria Falls Resort, Livingstone
  11. Mwansa K., Mwanza M., Zulu A., Muya M., Ngendo D M., Mpanga S, Katende J., Kelebopile L., Oladiran T., Onyango T., Chisale P., John S., Zulu A.M., Hüneke M., Kapfhamer S., Zörner W., Kgathi D., Mbaiwa J. E. and Motsholapheko M. R., ‘State of renewable energy technologies in Southern Africa ’, Proceedings of the International Conference on Clean Energy for Sustainable Growth in Developing Countries (CESGDC15), Palapye, Botswana, 16-18 September 2015
  12. Hüneke M., Kapfhamer S., Zörner W., Zulu A., Muya M., Mwansa K., Ngendo D. M., Mpanga S., Mbaiwa J. E., Motsholapheko, M. R., Kgathi D., Katende J., Oladiran T., John S., Zulu A. M., Chisale P., ‘Paving the way for widespread implementation of renewable energy technologies in the Southern African region’, Proceedings of the International Conference on Clean Energy for Sustainable Growth in Developing Countries (CESGDC15), Palapye, Botswana, 16-18 September 2015
  13. Balimu Mwiya, Mundia Muya, Chabota Kaliba and Peter Mukalula (2015). Construction Unit Rate Factor Modelling Using Neural Networks. International Science Index: Conference Proceedings of the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Scholarly and Scientific Research and Innovation (waste.org), pp. 534 – 540, eISSN: 1307–6892, January 13 – 14, 2015, Zurich, Switzerland
  14. Peter M Mukalula and Mundia Muya (2014), The challenges of implementing Public Private Partnerships: a decision-making framework for Zambia. Conference Proceedings: 3rd Construction Management Conference, pp. 25 – 33, 30 November – 2 December 2014,Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Endorsed by SACPCMP
  15. Zörner W, M Hüneke, S Kapfhamer, A Zulu, M Muya, M Mwanza, D Ngendo, S Mpanga, S John, A M Zulu, P Chisale, J E Mbaiwa, M R Motsholapheko, D Kgathi, J Katende, and T Oladiran (2014) Fostering the use of renewable energies in Southern Africa: The Network of Energy Excellence for Development. Proceedings of the International Conference on Solar Energy Technology in Development Cooperation. Frankfurt, Germany, 6 - 7 November 2014
  16. Peter Mukalula, Mundia Muya and Balimu Mwiya (2014) Risk Allocation in Public Private Partnerships – A Decision-Making Framework for Zambia. Proceedings of the International Conference on Infrastructure Development and Investment Strategies in Africa (DII-2014), pp. 191 – 202, ISBN 978-0-86970-782-1, 25-26 September 2014, Livingstone, Zambia
  17. Balimu Mwiya, Mundia Muya and Chabota Kaliba and Peter Mukalula (2014) Factors Affecting Construction Unit Rates in the Zambian Road Sector. Proceedings of the International Conference on Infrastructure Development and Investment Strategies in Africa (DII-2014), pp. 215 – 227, ISBN 978-0-86970-782-1, 25-26 September 2014, Livingstone, Zambia
  18. Abu N. M. Faruk, Dar Hao Chen, Charles Mushota, Mundia Muya, and Lubinda F. Walubita (2014), Application of Nano-Technology in Pavement Engineering: A Literature Review. Sustainable Civil Infrastructure – Innovative Technologies and Materials: Application of Nanotechnology in Pavements, Geological Disasters, and Foundation Settlement Control Technology, pp 9 – 16, Geo-Hubei, GSP 244 © ASCE 2014
  19. Charles Mushota, Musonda C. Mwale, Grace Mutembo, Mundia Muya, and Lubinda F. Walubita (2014), Reflective Cracking on Cement Treated Base (CTB) Pavements in Zambia: An Analytical Study. Sustainable Civil Infrastructure – Innovative Technologies and Materials: Application of Nanotechnology in Pavements, Geological Disasters, and Foundation Settlement Control Technology, 62 – 69, Geo- Hubei, GSP 244 © ASCE 2014
  20. Aaron D. Mwanza, Peiwen Hao, Mundia Muya, Roza Malunga, Sang Ick Lee, and Lubinda F. Walubita (2014), Evaluation of Permanent Deformation in Asphalt Overlays Using Default Finite Element Tools in ABAQUS. Sustainable Civil Infrastructure – Innovative Technologies and Materials: Design, Analysis, and Asphalt Material Characterization for Road and Airfield Pavements, pp 59 – 65, Geo- Hubei, GSP 246 © ASCE 2014
  21. Roza Malunga, A. O. Abd. El Halim, Mundia Muya, Aaron D. Mwanza, Abu N. M. Faruk, Charles Mushota, Musonda C. Mwale, and Lubinda F. Walubita (2014), Theoretical Review of Different Asphalt Mix-Design Methods and Their Applicability for Developing Countries Like Zambia. Sustainable Civil Infrastructure – Innovative Technologies and Materials: Design, Analysis, and Asphalt Material Characterization for Road and Airfield Pavements, pp 210 – 217, Geo- Hubei, GSP 246 © ASCE 2014
  22. Chabota Kaliba, Mundia Muya and Balimu Sichombo (2014) Knowledge creation, integration and management in civil engineering consulting industry: a preliminary state of the nation. Paper presented at the 2014 EIZ Annual Symposium “ Emerging Technologies and Innovation for Value Addition in Africa”, Zambezi Sun Hotel, Livingstone, 18 April 2014
  23. Prisca Tente and Mundia Muya (2014) Safety and Health in Zambia’s construction industry: way forward. Paper presented at the 2014 EIZ Annual Symposium “ Emerging Technologies and Innovation for Value Addition in Africa”, Zambezi Sun Hotel, Livingstone, 18 April 2014
  24. Brian Mukumbwa and Mundia Muya (2012) Corruption and other unethical practices in the construction industry in Zambia, Conference Proceedings, pp. 15 – 35, Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA) Zambia Chapter
  25. Mukalula P M and M Muya (2012) Understanding risks in Public Private Partnership construction projects in Zambia, 1st International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Africa, 22-24 March 2012, Conference Proceedings, pp 541-558, College of Architecture and Planning, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana
  26. Mukumbwa B and M Muya (2012) Unethical Practices in the Construction Industry in Zambia, Relevance of Engineering in Sustainable Wealth Creation, Conference Proceedings, pp 58 - 68, 13 April 2012, Engineering Institution of Zambia, Livingstone, Zambia
  27. Kaliba C, M Muya and B Sichombo (2012) Knowledge Creation, Integration and Management in Civil Engineering Consulting Industry: Opportunities and Challenges. Relevance of Engineering in Sustainable Wealth Creation, Conference Proceedings, pp 47 – 57, 13 April 2012, Engineering Institution of Zambia, Livingstone, Zambia
  28. Ngoma S, M Muya and C Kaliba (2010) Delivery of public sector infrastructure through Public Private Partnerships: an opportunity for Zambia. Engineering in Sustainable Development, pp. 109 – 117, 2010 Engineering Institution of Zambia Symposium Proceedings, 27 August 2010, The Sun International Hotel, Livingstone, Zambia
  29. Kaluba C and M Muya (2009) Development of an Infrastructure Report Card System for Zambia. Human Capital and Infrastructural Needs for Zambia, 2009 Engineering Institution of Zambia Symposium, pp 17 – 30, 28 August 2009, Mulungushi International Conference Centre, Lusaka, Zambia
  30. Chabota J Kaliba, M Muya and Balimu Sichombo (2009) Enhancement of construction projects delivery in Zambia. Human Capital and Infrastructural Needs for Zambia, 2009 Engineering Institution of Zambia Symposium, pp 11 – 16, 28 August 2009, Mulungushi International Conference Centre, Lusaka, Zambia
  31. Sichombo B, M Muya and C Kaliba (2009) Promotion of ethical conduct in the Zambian construction industry through technical auditing. The Fourth Built Environment Conference Proceedings, pp 79 – 89,ISBN: 978-0-620-43702-8, Association of Schools of Construction of Southern Africa, 17 – 19 May 2009, Livingstone Zambia
  32. Chabota J Kaliba, M Muya and Balimu Sichombo (2009) The need to reduce costs, schedule overruns and quality shortfalls in construction. The Fourth Built Environment Conference, pp 154 – 158, ISBN: 978-0-620-43702-8Association of Schools of Construction of Southern Africa, 17 – 19 May 2009, Livingstone Zambia
  33. Muya M, B Heins, R Ahlers and K Luig (2009) The ECOMAXX Project (a poster presentation). Sustainable Value chains – Integrated technologies for a Sustainable Resource Utilisation in Africa, Orgainsed by Volkswagen Stiftung, University of Stuttgart and University of Zambia, 14 – 19 March 2009, Lusaka
  34. Banda I, M Muya, D Root and K Catell (2008) Public-Private Partnerships as a vehicle to providing water supply services to peri-urban communities in Zambia, Accelerating Regional Wealth Creation through value Adding Activities, 2008 Engineers Without Borders Symposium co-hosted by the Engineering Institution of Zambia and the Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, Zambezi sun, Livingstone, Zambia
  35. Buttigieg V and Muya M (2008) An insider’s guide to getting published in research journals, XVIII Standing Conference of eastern, Central and Southern Africa Library and Information Associations (SCECSAL XVIII), 10 -11 June 2008, Mulungushi International Conference Centre, Lusaka, Zambia
  36. Maňelele I, Muya M and Mumba K (2006) Challenges of providing education infrastructure to meet the Millenium Development Goals in Zambia. The role of Engineering in the sustainable attainment of the Millenium Development Goals. Conference Proceedings of the Engineering Institution of Zambia National Symposium, August 25, 2006, Edinburgh Hotel, Kitwe, Zambia
  37. Maňelele I, Mumba K, Muya M and (2005) Risk management in the procurement of community-based construction projects in developing countries. Engineering 2005 – Celebrating 50 Years of Engineering in Zambia.Conference Proceedings of the Engineering Institution of ZambiaNational Symposium, August 26, 2005, Taj Pamodzi Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia
  38. Mumba K, Muya M and Maňelele I (2005) Risk analysis and management for publicly funded road construction works: a study of Zambia. Engineering 2005 – Celebrating 50 Years of Engineering in Zambia. Conference Proceedings of the Engineering Institution of Zambia National Symposium, August 26, 2005, TajPamodzi Hotel, Lusaka, Zambia
  39. Mulenga M N, Muya M, Tambatamba M J, Imasiku M, Chinkusu J M and Shitumbanuma V (2005) Cement and lime stabilized soil blocks and their quality evaluation. VLIR-UNZA IUC International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research, 11 – 12 August, TajPamodzi Hotel, Lusaka
  40. Tambatamba M J, Imasiku M, Chinkusu J M, Muya M, Mulenga M N and Shitumbanuma V (2005) The performance of TD Interlocking and Plain Block Making Machines using varying soil and stabilizer types. VLIR-UNZA IUC International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research, 11 – 12 August, TajPamodzi Hotel, Lusaka
  41. M Muya, M N Mulenga, D C Bwalya, F T Edum-Fotwe and A D F Price (2004) Long Period Analysis of Construction Skills Supply in Zambia. 20th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Conference Proceedings, September 3 – 5, 2003: Annual Conference and General Meeting, Volume 1, pp 279 – 287, ISBN 0 9534 161 8 6, Brighton University, England
  42. Muya M, Mashamba S, Edum-Fotwe F T and Price A D F (2004) SMEs in the Global Construction Sector: Organisational and Operational Challenges. Towards a Unified Global Building and Construction Market, An International Conference on the Building and Construction Industry, Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania, 15 – 17 September, 2004
  43. Muya M, Mulenga M N, Kazonga E, Edum-Fotwe F T and Price A D F (2004) Construction Craft Skills Training in Africa: A Focus on Zambia. Towards a Unified Global Building and Construction Market, An International Conference on the Building and Construction Industry, Dar-Es-Salaam, Tanzania, 15 – 17 September, 2004
  44. Muya M, Mulenga M N, Bwalya D C, Edum-Fotwe F T and Price A D F (2003) Construction Skills Requirement Issues in Zambia. 19th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Conference Proceedings, September 3 – 5, 2003: Annual Conference and General Meeting, Volume 1, pp 279 – 287, ISBN 0 9534 161 8 6, Brighton University, England
  45. Muya M (2001) On Learning Organisations. The Consultants' Role in Africa in the New Era. Conference Proceedings of Group of African Members Association (GAMA) of the International Federation of Consulting Engineers' (FIDIC), GAMA 2001 Conference, 21 - 24 March, 2001, Lusaka, Zambia
  46. Muya M, Mununga L and Simate I N (2001) Indicative Status of ProfessionalMembership of EIZ and ERB. Engineering 2001 – A Tool for National Development. Conference Proceedings of the Engineering Institution of Zambia (EIZ) National Symposium, August 24, 2001, Mulungushi International Conference Centre, Lusaka, Zambia
  47. Muya M, Price A D F and Thorpe A (1999) Implementation of InformationTechnology in Materials Logistics in the UK Construction Industry. In: Hughes W (ed) 15th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management, Vol.1, September 15-17, pp.105-113, ISBN 0 95341612 7, Liverpool John Moores University, England
  48. Muya M, Price A D F and Thorpe A (1999) Contractors' supplier management. In: Bowen P A and Hindle R D (eds) Customer Satisfaction: A Focus for Research and Practice in Construction, Proceedings of the Joint Triennial Symposium of the CIB W55/W65, Vol.2, September 5-10, pp. 632-640, ISBN 0-620-23944-1, University of Cape Town, South Africa
  49. Muya M (1999) Partnering: A New Way of Managing Construction Projects. In: Kanyanga S. B. and Ng'andu A. N. (eds), Proceedings of the First National Conference on Recent Advances in Engineering Research and Development (CRERD), Hotel Intercontinental, November 12 - 13, pp. 26-30, ISBN 9982-41-000-8.
  50. Muya M, Price A D F and Thorpe A (1998) Supplier Evaluation of Logistics Factors and their Contribution to Improved Customer Service. 14th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management Conference Proceedings, 1998: Annual Conference and General Meeting, Volume 2, pp. 359 - 368, ISBN 09534161 00, Reading University: Reading, England
  51. Muya M, Price A D F and Thorpe A (1997) Construction Materials Supply Logistics,13th Annual Conference of the Association of Researchers in Construction Management Conference Proceedings, 1997: Annual Conference and General Meeting, Volume 1, pp. 144 – 153, ISBN 08 339 759X, Kings College, Cambridge, England
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