Tulsi Regmi, Ph.D

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Tulsi Regmi is a member of the faculty in the Angelo DelZotto School of Construction Management at George Brown College. Professor Regmi coordinates and teaches in the Honours Bachelor of Technology (Construction Management) program. Prior to joining George Brown College, Dr. Regmi was in consulting practice for over 10 years.

Dr. Regmi is a highly-skilled and experienced construction management professional, a passionate educator and a dynamic leader, whose mission is training the next generation of leaders in the construction management field through close collaboration with industry practitioners to promote excellence in construction management education. Drawing on his extensive professional expertise and academic experience, Dr. Regmi specializes in a broad range of disciplines related to construction management. Being a lifelong learner himself, his teaching philosophy focuses on bridging construction theory and practice through real-world application and hands-on learning, and bringing what he has learned in the industry back into the classroom.

Dr. Regmi is actively engaged in applied research at George Brown College. His research interests encompass studies in the areas of advanced construction management practices and emergent construction technologies. He has authored and/or co-authored numerous publications in professional peer-reviewed journals and presented at industry conferences and proceedings.

Academic Credentials

Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Missouri, 2000

M.S., Civil Engineering, University of Missouri, 1996

B.S., Construction Engineering, Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture, 1992

Areas of Specialization

Construction Project Management, Construction Cost Management, Construction Procurement Management, Construction Project Development

Areas of Expertise

Project Management, Project Planning and Scheduling, Cost Estimating and Bidding, Project Cost Control, Preconstruction Cost Planning, Development Economics, Project Financing, Project Procurement, Research Methods

Career Highlights

2011-Present – Professor, George Brown College

2000-2010 – Senior Consultant, Atlus Group, Toronto

1997-2000 – Research and Teaching Assistant, University of Missouri

1996-1997 – Environmental Engineer, Cook Composites and Polymers

1994-1996 – Research Assistant, University of Missouri

Other Activities

Accredited Member – Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB)

Accredited Member – Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (CIQS)

Accredited Member – Institute of Municipal Assessors (IMA)

Licensed Paralegal – The Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC)