Dr Bousmaha Baiche

Teaching interests

Earth construction; Masonry; Building materials

Research interests and consultancy expertise

Building materials, including concrete, steel, masonry, bricks; Earth construction; Sustainability

Examples of recent projects

  • Thin-Joint Glued Brickwork
  • Building Regulations: Levels of Compliance

Examples of recent publications and conference papers

Baiche, B., Walliman, N. and Ogden, R (2005): Complying, but with difficulty, Building Control (RICS Building Control Forum), issue 161, July/August, pp.10-13.

Baiche, B., and Mander, T. (2003). Guidance document on the use of thin joint brickwork in the UK. Oxford Brookes University

Baiche, B. (2003). Thin joint glued brickwork. Construction Monitor, February.

Glass, J., Baiche, B. and Jenks, M. (2002). ACTIVE: assessing concrete technology innovation using value engineering. In: Sustainable Concrete Construction, Proceedings of the International Conference. University of Dundee: Thomas Thelford, London, 2002.

Glass, J., Baiche, B. and Goodchild, C. (2002). Evaluation of hybrid concrete construction for the UK market. In: Sustainable Concrete Construction, Proceedings of the International Conference. University of Dundee: Thomas Thelford, London, 2002.

Glass, J. et al. (2001). Assessing concrete technology innovation using value engineering (ACTIVE). In: Perspectives on innovation in architecture, engineering and construction, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on 'Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction'. Loughborough University: Centre for Innovative Construction Engineering (CICE), Loughborough University, 2001.

Glass, J. and Baiche, B. (2001). Perceptions of hybrid concrete construction in the UK construction industry. Engineering construction and architectural management 8 (1), pp.67-77.

Bousmaha Baiche

CONTACT

School of Architecture

Oxford Brookes University
Headington Campus
Gipsy Lane
Oxford, OX3 0BP

bbaiche@brookes.ac.uk