ADETILOYE Adebukola 

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Short Profile

A result-driven Engineer with 20 years of outstanding performance and well-rounded Engineering and Management experience in both the Private Sector and Academic environments. My career started in 1999 at Julius Berger Nigeria Limited Utako Abuja, where I worked as a Civil Engineer at Engineering Services Department main yard. Progressing gradually in my career, I worked with Fultek Nig. Ltd. Port Harcourt, Prodeco International Ltd. Port Harcourt, Tucobest Nigeria, Port-Harcourt and Fumarole Nigeria Ltd. Port Harcourt as Design/Project Engineer and Project Manager between 2001 and 2006. I joined the services of the Federal University of Agriculture in March 2006 as a Senior Technical Officer and I rose through the ranks to become Chief Laboratory Engineer in charge of Structural Laboratory in 2015 before becoming a lecturer in Civil Engineering Department in June 2021. I am a Registered Civil Engineer with the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) and a member of Nigeria society of engineers (NSE).

Research interest

  1. Behaviour and design of reinforced concrete structures
  2. Effect of climate change on concrete structures reinforced with steel and internal or external fibre reinforced polymers.
  3. Evaluation of structural integrity
  4. Repair and strengthening of concrete structures using traditional materials and fibre reinforced polymers (FRP)

i. Master of Technology (Structural Engineering) 2017
ii. National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) 2000
iii. Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) 1999
iv. Diploma in Computer Appreciation/AutoCAD, 1999
v. Senior Secondary School Certificate, 1991
vi. First School Leaving Certificate, 1985
vii. Registered Engineer with Council for Regulation of
Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) R 13,999, 2007

1. Cooperate member Nigerian Society of Engineers (MNSE) No 17412
2. Registered Engineer with Council for Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) R 13,999

i. 15th International Education Association Of South Africa (IEASA), 2011

ii. Ephraim, M. E. and Adetiloye, A., (2014), “The Potentials of Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastics based on Recycled Resin in Civil Engineering Design and Construction,” Proceedings of International Conference on Civil Engineering Design and Construction (Science and Practice), 11-13 September 2014, Varna Free University, Varna, Bulgaria, pp.73-80.

i. Ugorji, H. O., Ephraim, M. E and Adetiloye,. A. (2021) the effect of varying 0.3, 0.35 and 0.4 water-cement ratios on different grades of concrete using locally materials. FUNAAB Journal of Natural Science, Engineering and Technology. .

ii. Igba, U.T, Akinyele, J.O, Alayaki, F.M, Adetiloye, A, Oluwatudimu, & Ehikhuenmen S.O. (2018) Comparative study of effect of lagoon water and fresh water on concrete using grade 40. Lafia Journal of Science and Technology.

iii. Adetiloye, A, & Ephraim, M. E, (2015), “Structural Engineering Properties of Fibre Reinforced Concrete Based On Recycled Glass Fibre Polymer (GFRP),” Journal of Engineering Research and Applications,” Vol. 5, Issue 4, (Part -1) April 2015, pp.40-46.

iv. Ephraim, M. E, & Adetiloye, A., (2015), “Mechanical Properties of Fibre-Reinforced Polymer based on Glass Fibre and Recycled Polypropylene,” International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research,” Vol. 6, Issue 3, March 2015 pp. 145-152.

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