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James Gaytten

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James is an architectural technologist with 30 years’ post-qualification experience, and joined the University in 2008. James is also a CIAT Pop assessor, and his areas of expertise lie in construction technology, sustainable development, computer-aided design, and commercial technology and service. 

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Area of expertise:

  • Construction Technology
  • Pre and Post Contract Procedures
  • Professional Skills
  • Sustainable Development
  • Design Principles and Application
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Design Procedures
  • Commercial Technology and Service

Biography:

James is a Senior Lecturer within the School of Engineering and the Built Environment, currently teaching on the HNC Construction course.

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