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Department of Civil Engineering

Prof Hassan Al Nageim

Prof Hassan Al Nageim

Telephone: 0151 231 2811

Biography

Professor Hassan Al Nageim is a Professor of Structural Engineering. His; BSc (Hons) in Civil Engineering from University of Baghdad, MSc in Structural Engineering University College Cardiff, UK and PhD in Civil and Structural Engineering from Heriot-Watt University, UK. In 1977-1979, he has established the new Technology Department at Babylon (Hilla) Technical Institutions, Iraq and worked as a Head of Department. 1983 -1985, he worked as a consultant structural engineer at the Kuwait National Petroleum Company representing the British Inspection X-Ray company. 1989-Date, he worked as a Senior Lecturer, Reader (Associate Professor) in Structural Engineering and in 2003-to date promoted to full Professor in Structural Engineering at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. With main roles of taking the lead of Advanced Structural Design and Pavement Engineering subject area, including design and analysis of steel structures, bridges, concrete structures, pavement engineering: design, evaluation and materials developments.
Professor Al Nageim is a regular speaker and keynote speakers at different national and international conferences and a consultant to many companies worldwide in the field of structural design and materials innovations and developments. He has published more than 140 scientific conference and journal papers and two books entitled: Structural Mechanics published by Pearson Education; Steel Structures: Practical Studies published by Taylor and Francis. Professor Hassan main research interest’s area is in structural & pavement engineering design and evaluations including innovations in materials technology. Professor Al Nageim is also: A Chartered Engineer and a member of the British Engineering Council, the Founder and Chief Editor of the International Journal of Pavement Engineering & Asphalt Technology, established in 2001, ISSN 1464-8164, the Founder and Chairman of the international annual conference on Pavement Engineering, Asphalt Technology, Sustainable Materials, and Infrastructures, A Fellow of the British Institution of Non-Destructive Testing, UK and a Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation UK.
Professor Al Nageim also supervised over 16 successful UK PhD students as a director of studies and external examiners for more than 25 successful PhD students from the University of: Anna University, India,Visvesvaraya Technological University, India, Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italia, University of; Nottingham, Greenwich, Portsmouth, Coventry, Salford, Liverpool and Ulster of the UK and University College Dublin. Adjunct Dean to the Gahan Polytechnic and of external examiners and advisor for two academic degree courses in Wolverhampton University and the University of Ulster of the UK. Professor Al Nageim has also extensive experience in managing and development of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in; civil engineering, building maintenance management and building surveying at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. Professors Al Nageim also playing a major roles as a member of the strategic planning educational and council memberships committees for two Engineering and Materials Institutions in the UK.

Degrees

Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, PhD
University of Wales, United Kingdom, MSc
University of Baghdad, Iraq, BSc

Publications

Highlighted publications

Sadique M, Al-Nageim H, Stopps K. 2015. To investigate the fundamental causes of utility air voids content failures in asphalt layers to achieve Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in Highways (SROH) compliant performance CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 93 :595-607 >DOI >Link

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

Al Nageim H. 2017. An investigation of the use of waste slate aggregates and fibres in concrete Proceedings of the 4th International Specialty Conference on Fibre Reinforced Materials, :59-66

Dulaimi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2017. High performance cold asphalt concrete mixture for binder course using alkali-activated binary blended cementitious filler Construction and Building Materials, 141 :160-170 >DOI

Dulaimi AFD, Al Nageim , Ruddock , Seton . 2017. Microanalysis of a New Cementitious Material to Use As a Filler in a Cold Dense Graded Binder Course Mixture

Dulaimi AFD, Al Nageim , Ruddock , Seton . 2017. Microwave Technique To Develop Cold Asphalt Concrete Bituminous Emulsion Mixture Using New Cementitious Filler The 16th Annual International Conference Asphalt, Pavement Engineering and Infrastructure.

Dulaimi AFD, Al Nageim , Ruddock , Seton . 2017. Performance Assessment and Microstructure of New Cold Asphalt Concrete Binder Course Mixture Using GGBS and CKD The 16th Annual International Conference Asphalt, Pavement Engineering and Infrastructure.

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2016. Microanalysis of a New Cementitious Material to Use as a Filler in a Cold Dense Graded Binder Course Mixture The 15th Annual International Conference Asphalt, Pavement Engineering and Infrastructure

Dulaimi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2016. Assessment the performance of cold bituminous emulsion mixtures with cement and supplementary cementitious material for binder course mixture Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Cement Microscopy, :283-296

Dulaimi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2016. Microanalysis of alkali-activated binary blended cementitious filler in a novel cold binder course mixture Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Cement Microscopy, :189-205

Al Nageim H, Dulaimi A, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2016. Development of a new cementitious filler for use in fast-curing cold binder course in pavement application Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Cement Microscopy, :167-180

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2016. The Effect of High Calcium Fly Ash Fineness on the Stiffness Modulus of a New Cold Asphalt Concrete for Binder Course Mixture The 2nd BUiD Doctoral Research Conference, the British University in Dubai

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2016. Investigation into the stiffness improvement, microstructure and environmental impact of a novel fast-curing cold bituminous emulsion mixture The 6th Eurasphalt & Eurobitume Congress >DOI >Link

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2015. Cold Mix Binder Course for Roads & Highways The 14th Annual International Conference Asphalt, Pavement Engineering and Infrastructure

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2015. Improving the Stiffness Modulus of Cold Asphalt Concrete Binder Course The 14th Annual International Conference Asphalt, Pavement Engineering and Infrastructure

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2015. Development of Sustainable Cold Asphalt Concrete Binder Course Mixtures Using Waste Fly Ash and Metakaolin The 12th International Postgraduate Research Conference

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2015. Development of sustainable cold asphalt concrete binder course mixtures using waste fly ash and new waste activator Post Graduate Research Conference, Faculty of Technology and Environment Liverpool John Moores University

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2015. A Novel Cold Asphalt Concrete Mixture for Heavily Trafficked Binder Course The 17th International Conference on Civil, Environmental and Geological Engineering

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2014. Development of A Cold Binder Course Bituminous Emulsion Mixture 8th Annual BEAN Conference (Built Environment & Natural Environment)

Al Nageim H, Al-Busaltan S. 2013. Stiffness, axial deformation and XRD analysis of new cold mix asphalt containing cementitious waste materials for road pavement 35th International Conference on Cement Microscopy 2013, :96-104

Al Nageim H, Abbas MA. 2012. Stiffness and deformation properties of a composite asphalt concrete surface pavement layer containing cement coated aggregates 34th International Conference on Cement Microscopy 2012, :1-10

Al Nageim H. 2011. Design of a composite steel prestressed-concrete trough for a new low profile light rail truck system 10th International Conference on Steel Space and Composite Structures, :21-32

Al Nageim H, Saghafi B, Ferrel S, Visulios P, Ghazireh N. 2010. Evaluation of partial use of fine limestone dust and steel slag waste aggregates in road base materials 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, :489-500

Saghafi B, Al Nageim H, Friel S, Ghazireh N. 2010. New activator used in fly ash bound mixtures (FABM) and high dust base and subbase materials 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, :777-788

Al Nageim H, Andreou P. 2010. A comparison of the effect of different curing techniques on concrete properties 32nd International Conference on Cement Microscopy 2010, :337-348

Al Nageim H. 2010. NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING OF LOW PROFILE LIGHT WEIGHT RAIL TRACK SYSTEM PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME 10TH BIENNIAL CONFERENCE ON ENGINEERING SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS, 2010, VOL 2, 10th ASME Biennial Conference on Engineering Systems Design and Analysis :815-822 >Link

Al Nageim H. 2009. An investigation of the use of waste slate aggregate in concrete 31st International Conference on Cement Microscopy 2009, :240-251

Al Nageim H, Visulios P. 2009. Resilient modulus of hydraulically bound road base materials with high volume waste dust Tutumluer E, AlQadi IL. BEARING CAPACITY OF ROADS, RAILWAYS AND AIRFIELDS, VOLS 1 AND 2, 8th International Conference on the Bearing Capacity of Roads, Railways and Airfields :205-213 >Link

Saghafi B, Al Nageim H. 2009. Resilient modulus of unbound base material containing extra waste Stancombe limestone dust Tutumluer E, AlQadi IL. BEARING CAPACITY OF ROADS, RAILWAYS AND AIRFIELDS, VOLS 1 AND 2, 8th International Conference on the Bearing Capacity of Roads, Railways and Airfields :225-235 >Link

Al Nageim H, Visulios P. 2008. HYDRAULICALLY BOUND CONCRETE-LIKE ROAD BASE MATERIALS CONTAINING HIGH VOLUME WASTE DUST AGGREGATES Zhou XG, Tam CT, Han LH, Shao YB. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE CONCRETE FUTURE, 3rd International Conference on Concrete Future :17-26 >Link

Al Nageim H. 2006. Upgrading low quality natural and clay aggregates with modified cement coating paste for use in road materials International Cement Microscopy Association - 28th International Conference on Cement Microscopy 2006, :102-113

Al Nageim H, Robinson H. 2005. Development of concrete products incorporating waste rubber and plastic aggregates 27th International Conference on Cement Microscopy 2005, :108-117

Al Nageim HK, Robinson H, Ghazireh N. 2004. An investigation into the effects of the addition of waste recycled plastic aggregates on the properties of light weight aggregate concrete pavement blocks Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Waste Management and Recycling: Construction Demolition Waste, :259-271

Mohammad FA, AlNageim H, Lesley L, Pountney D. 1996. A theoretical analysis of LR55 trace system as multilayer beams on elastic foundations: An analytical approach Zhang GW. THEORIES AND APPLICATIONS OF TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING, International Symposium on Theories and Applications of Traffic and Transportation Systems Engineering :113-126 >Link

Al-Nageim HK, Lesley L. 1995. Investigating the structural reliability of a new low profile rail system under simulated environment American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Petroleum Division (Publication) PD, 70 :71-76

Sadique MM, Al Nageim H. Recycling of Industrial Wastes to Produce New Cement For Construction Creative Construction Conference 2012

Journal Articles

Al-Hdabi A, Al Nageim H. 2017. Improving asphalt emulsion mixtures properties containing cementitious filler by adding GGBS Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 29 >DOI

Dulaimi A, Nageim HA, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2017. Laboratory studies to examine the properties of a novel cold-asphalt concrete binder course mixture containing binary blended cementitious filler Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 29

Dulaimi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2017. Performance analysis of a cold asphalt concrete binder course containing high-calcium fly ash utilizing waste material Journal of Materials in Civil Engineering, 29 >DOI

Sadique M, Al-Nageim H, Stopps K. 2017. The reliability of asset management regime of the SROH using air void content of asphalt mixtures International Journal of Pavement Engineering, :1-12 >DOI

Dulaimi AFD, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, Seton LINDA. 2017. High performance cold asphalt concrete mixture for binder course using alkali-activated binary blended cementitious filler Construction and Building Materials, 141 >Link

Abdel-Wahed T, AL Nageim H. 2016. Investigating the effects of cement and cement kiln dust as a filler on the mechanical properties of cold bituminous emulsion mixtures International Journal of Civil Engineering and Technology, 7 :441-453

Dulaimi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2016. New developments with cold asphalt concrete binder course mixtures containing binary blended cementitious filler (BBCF) Construction and Building Materials, 124 :414-423 >DOI

Dulaimi ANMAR, Al Nageim HASSAN, Ruddock FELICITE, seton . 2015. A Novel Cold Asphalt Concrete Mixture for Heavily Trafficked Binder Course International Journal of Civil, Environmental, Structural, Construction and Architectural Engineering, 9 :734-738

Sadique M, Al-Nageim H, Stopps K. 2015. To investigate the fundamental causes of utility air voids content failures in asphalt layers to achieve Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in Highways (SROH) compliant performance CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 93 :595-607 >DOI >Link

Al-Hdabi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2014. Development of Sustainable Cold Rolled Surface Course Asphalt Mixtures Using Waste Fly Ash and Silica Fume JOURNAL OF MATERIALS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, 26 :536-543 >DOI >Link

Al-Hdabi A, Al Nageim H, Seton L. 2014. Performance of gap graded cold asphalt containing cement treated filler CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 69 :362-369 >DOI >Link

Al-Hdabi A, Al Nageim H, Seton L. 2014. Superior cold rolled asphalt mixtures using supplementary cementations materials CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 64 :95-102 >DOI >Link

Al-Hdabi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2014. Laboratory studies to investigate the properties of novel cold-rolled asphalt containing cement and waste bottom ash ROAD MATERIALS AND PAVEMENT DESIGN, 15 :78-89 >DOI >Link

Saghafi B, Al Nageim H, Visulios P, Ghazireh N. 2013. Use of waste limestone dust and steel slag in UK highways type 1 unbound mixtures Proceedings of Institution of Civil Engineers: Construction Materials, 166 :99-107 >DOI

Al-Hdabi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2013. A novel Cold Rolled Asphalt mixtures for heavy trafficked surface course CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 49 :598-603 >DOI >Link

Sadique M, Al-Nageim H, Atherton W, Seton L, Dempster N. 2013. Mechano-chemical activation of high-Ca fly ash by cement free blending and gypsum aided grinding CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 43 :480-489 >DOI >Link

Saghafi B, Al Nageim H, Atherton W. 2013. Mechanical Behavior of a New Base Material Containing High Volumes of Limestone Waste Dust, PFA, and APC Residues JOURNAL OF MATERIALS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, 25 :450-461 >DOI >Link

Al-Nageim H, Sadique M, Atherton W, Seton L, Dempster N. 2013. Strength development of optimised cementitious materials containing fly ashes and silica fume ADVANCES IN CEMENT RESEARCH, 25 :90-97 >DOI >Link

Sadique M, Al-Nageim H. 2012. Hydration Kinetics of a Low Carbon Cementitious Material Produced by Physico-Chemical Activation of High Calcium Fly Ash JOURNAL OF ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY, 10 :254-263 >DOI >Link

Sadique M, Al-Nageim H, Atherton W, Seton L, Dempster N. 2012. Identification of mineralogical changes towards advanced reactivity of fly ashes for mechanical activation 34th International Conference on Cement Microscopy 2012, :336-349

Al-Busaltan S, Al Nageim H, Atherton W, Sharples G, Seton L, Dempster N. 2012. Use of sem and XRD for characterisation the improvement in CMEM'S engineering properties 34th International Conference on Cement Microscopy 2012, :11-22

Ateeq M, Senouci A, Al-Nageim H, Al-Shamma'a A. 2012. Microwave spectroscopy for the analysis of absorption properties of treated waste rubber aggregates Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste, 16 :334-342 >DOI

Sadique M, Al-Nageim H, Atherton W, Seton L, Dempster N. 2012. A laboratory study for full cement replacement by fly ash and silica fume MAGAZINE OF CONCRETE RESEARCH, 64 :1135-1142 >DOI >Link

Sadique M, Al Nageim H, Atherton W, Seton L, Dempster N. 2012. A new composite cementitious material for construction CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 35 :846-855 >DOI >Link

Ateeq M, Wylie S, Al-Shamma'a A, Al-Nageim H. 2012. Microwave spectroscopy: a potential technique to analyse bitumen dielectric and physical properties MEASUREMENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 23 >DOI >Link

Al Nageim H, Al-Busaltan SF, Atherton W, Sharples G. 2012. A comparative study for improving the mechanical properties of cold bituminous emulsion mixtures with cement and waste materials CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 36 :743-748 >DOI >Link

Al-Busaltan S, Al Nageim H, Atherton W, Sharples G. 2012. Mechanical Properties of an Upgrading Cold-Mix Asphalt Using Waste Materials JOURNAL OF MATERIALS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING, 24 :1484-1491 >DOI >Link

Al-Busaltan S, Al Nageim H, Atherton W, Sharples G. 2012. Green Bituminous Asphalt relevant for highway and airfield pavement CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 31 :243-250 >DOI >Link

Al Nageim HK. 2012. Microwave Spectroscopy for the Analysis of Absorption Properties of Treated Waste Rubber Aggregates Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste, 16 :334 >DOI

Al Busaltan S, Al Nageim HK, Atherton W, Sharples G. 2012. Green bitumous asphalt relevant for highway and airfield pavement Construction and Building Materials, 31 :243-250 >DOI

Ateeq M, Wylie SR, Al-Shamma'a AI, Al Nageim HK. 2012. Microwave spectroscopy: a potential technique to analyse bitumen dielectric and physical properties Measurement Science and Technology, 23 >DOI

Sadique M, Al Nageim HK, Atherton W, Seton L, Dempster N. 2012. A new composite cementitious material for construction Construction and Building Materials, 35 :846-855 >DOI

Al Nageim HK, Al-Busaltan SF, Atherton W, Sharples G. 2012. A comparative study for improving the mechanical properties of cold bituminous emulsion mixtures with cement and waste materials Construction and Building Materials, 36 :743-748 >DOI

al Nageim H, Nagar R, Lisboa PJG. 2007. Comparison of neural network and binary logistic regression methods in conceptual design of tall steel buildings Construction Innovation, 7 :240-253 >DOI

Al Nageim H, Pountney D. 2007. A non-linear optimisation technique based on the complex method: The optimal design of a concrete trough supporting a new lightweight rail track system, LR55 Construction Innovation, 7 :320-339 >DOI

Al Nageim H, Robinson H. 2006. Behaviour of coated low-quality aggregates in road pavements PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-TRANSPORT, 159 :165-172 >Link

Al Nageim H. 2000. Upgrading low quality aggregates for use in bituminous mixtures Highways and Transportation, 47 :20-22

Al Nageim H, Mohammed F, Lesley L. 1998. Numerical results of the LR55 track system modelled as multilayer beams on elastic foundation Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 46 :347 >DOI

AlNageim H, Mohammad F, Lesley L. 1996. Deflection profile of a new light rail track system PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-TRANSPORT, 117 :272-277 >Link

Lesley L, AlNageim H. 1996. Static and dynamic load testing of a new low height rail system PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-TRANSPORT, 117 :2-5 >Link

Al Nageim HK, Fordyce D. 1988. MEASURE OF THE WORKABILITY OF ASPHALTIC MATERIALS. Highways Croydon, 56 :28-30

Fordyce D, Al Nageim HK. 1988. PROFILES OF MATERIAL RESISTANCE TO COMPACTION. Highways and Transportation, 35 :13-18

Ruddock FM, Al-Hdabi , Al Nageim , Seton . Enhancing the Mechanical Properties of Gap Graded Cold Asphalt Containing Cement Utilising By-Product Material Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, 7 :916-921

Chapters

Al-Hdabi A, Al Nageim H, Ruddock F, Seton L. 2014. Improving the mechanical properties of cold rolled asphalt containing cement utilising by product material Construction and Building Research :487-496 9789400777903 >DOI

Books

Al Nageim HK. Steel Structures: Practical Design Studies", 4th edition, 2017. Authors: Hassan Al Nageim, ISBN 0 419 17930 5. Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Al Nageim H., K, McGinley T.,J . Steel Structures: Practical Design Studies, 3rd edition, 2005. Authors: Hassan Al Nageim and T. J. McGinley, ISBN 0 419 17930 5. Publisher: Taylor & Francis.

H K Al Nageim, M F Durka, Williams and Morgan . Structural Mechanics: Design of Structural Elements to British Standards and Eurcodes, 7th edition, 2010. Authors: H K Al Nageim, M F Durka, Williams and Morgan ISBN 978-0-13-223964-4. Publisher: Pearson Education

H K Al Nageim, F Durka, Williams and Morgan , Al Nageim HK. Structural Mechanics, 6th edition, 2003. Authors: H K Al Nageim, M F Durka, Williams and Morgan ISBN 0-582-25199-0. Publisher: Pearson Education

Engagement & Impact

External collaboration:

Institution: includes variety of Industrial Sectors & Professional Institutions: Professor Hassan Al Nageim as the Founder and Director of Liverpool Centre for Material Technology, LCMT, provides: advices, collaborations, research and consultancy activities for many national and international institutions/ companies working in the fields of pavement engineering, asphalt technology, steel and concrete structures., Collaborator: Companies/Institutions includes but not limited to: Tarmac ltd., Colas ltd, United Utility-UK, Road Surface Treatments Associations, Concrete Centre-UK, TRL-UK, Nottingham University-Pavement Centre, Corus ltd, Velocity Patching, The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing, Nynas Bitumen ltd, The Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportations and NJUG

Membership of professional bodies:

FHEA, Fellow, Higher Education Academy, UK

Fellow, FCIHT, The Charter Institution of Highways & Transportation

Fellow, FInstNDT, British Institution of Non-Destructive Testing

Chartered Engineer, CEng., The British Engineering Council, UK

Research Grants Awarded:

Belford Beatty - NJUG, Reinstatements and pavement engineering, Professor Al Nageim is the Academic Supervisor & Karl Stops is the industrial supervisor, Grant value (£): £175,256, Duration of research project: 2013-2016

KTP, Microasphalt for road surfacing, Professor Hassan Al Nageim is the Academic Supervisor & John Richardson is the Industrial Supervisor, Grant value (£): £ 217,195, Duration of research project: 2013-2016

Qatar National Research Foundation, Investigate the use of waste tyre-rubber aggregates in school playgrounds, tennis yards, in-city streets, etc., Professor Al Nageim is the Principel Inversigator and Dr Ahmed Sinouci is the academic investigator-University of Qatar, Grant value (£): $601,000, Duration of research project: 2008-2011

DTI/TSB, Investigate the use of waste industrial dusts materials in road pavements, Professor Al Nageim - Principel investigator & Howard Robinson industrial inversigator, Grant value (£): £ 200,000, Duration of research project: 2007-2010

Aggregate Levy Wales, UK, Investigate the use of waste slate aggregates in concrete. Successfully completed in April 2008, Professor Al Nageim Lead Academic, Grace Construction ltd and Alfred McAlpines ltd, Grant value (£): £10,000, Duration of research project: 2005-2008

MIRO, Investigate alternatives uses for waste construction materials in road foundations. Successfully completed in 2007, Professor Al Nageim is the Lead Academic Investigator, Howard Robinson-Tarmac Group, Grant value (£): £750,000, Duration of research project: 2005-2007

DTI, A DTI funded project to investigate the use of waste plastic and rubber in concrete and asphalts for use in school play grounds. Successfully completed in 2007, Professo Al Nageim is the lead Academic Investigator, Howard Robinson-Tarmac Group, Grant value (£): £ 285,000, Duration of research project: 2004-2007