Edeh Joseph Ejelikwu


Edeh Joseph Ejelikwu
Designation: Senior Lecturer
Email: edehjoe@yahoo.com
Phone: +2348032507611
Gender: Male

Biography

. Surname: Edeh
2. Other names: Joseph Ejelikwu
3. Date of birth: 31st March, 1971
4. Age last birthday: 46 years
5. Place of birth Ohafia, Abia state, Nigeria
6. Nationality: Nigerian
7. State of origin: Benue state
8. Local Government Area: Okpokwu
9. Home town: Okpudu-Okpoga
10. Gender: Male
11. Marital status: Married
12. Number of children: Five
13. Next of kin: Edeh Emmanuel Enenche
14. Religion: Christianity
15. Date of first appointment: 7th January, 1999
16. Date of assumption of duty at UAM: 12th January, 1999
17. Date of confirmation: 12th January, 2001
18. Profession: Civil Engineer
19. Present appointment: Senior Lecturer
20. Date last promoted: 1st October, 2014
21. Personal file number: 1373

B. EDUCATION
1. St. Bernard's Primary School, Ugwu Okpoga, Benue state, Nigeria (1977 – 1983)
2. Emmanuel Secondary School, Ugbokolo, Benue state, Nigeria (1983 – 1988)
3. University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Benue state, Nigeria (1990 – 1997)
4. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna state, Nigeria (2000 – 2003)
5. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Kaduna state, Nigeria (2006 – 2011)

C. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
1. First School Leaving Certificate: June, 1983
2. Senior Certificate/General Certificate of Education (SC/GCE) O' Level: Oct./Nov., 1988
3. B.Eng. Civil Engineering (Second Class Honours - Upper Division): 13th March, 1997
4. M.Sc. Civil Engineering: 8th September, 2003
5. Ph.D. Civil Engineering: 15th August, 2011

D. MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODY
1. Registered Engineer, Council for the Regulation of Engineering Practice in Nigeria,
1st September, 2005 (COREN - R.11605 - By Examination)
2. Corporate Member, Nigerian Society of Engineers, 14th March, 2012 (MNSE - 28679).
3. Member, Nigerian Institution of Civil Engineers, 11th January, 2013 (MNICE – C01466).
4. Member, Nigerian Institution of Highway Engineers, 1st July, 2015 (MNIHE – HE 0212).

E. SCHOLARSHIP/AWARDS
Scholarships:
1. Benue State Government scholarship for undergraduate studies (1990 - 1996)
2. University of Agriculture Makurdi fellowship for postgraduate studies (2000 – 2003)

Awards:
1. Overall-Best Graduating Student, 1995/1996 Session (Uni-Agric., Makurdi).
2. Best Graduating Engineering Student, 1995/1996 Session (Uni-Agric., Makurdi).
3. Best Graduating Civil Engineering Student, 1995/1996 Session (Uni-Agric., Makurdi).
4. Excellence in Youth Development, 2010, by: The National Association of Okpoga
Students (NAOS), Benue state University (B.S.U), Chapter, Nigeria.
5. A meritorious Award of Excellence, 2011, by: Emmanuel Secondary School Ugbokolo
Old Boys Association (ESSUOBA), Nigeria.

F. WORK EXPERIENCE WITH DATES
1. John AVA & Company, Makurdi, Benue state, Nigeria: Design of Structures – Concrete
Structures, Supervision of Construction works (SIWES). January, 1994 – April, 1994.

2. Julius Bergers Nig. Ltd., Abuja, Nigeria: Design and Construction of Flexible Road
Pavements; Road and Earthworks; Sewage, Drainage and Serviceability Connections
(Construction of Bridges and Culverts); Laboratory works – Soil, Concrete and Asphalt
(SIWES). April, 1995 – October, 1995.

3. NNPC – PPMC Ltd., Depot, Ore, Ondo state, Nigeria: General Civil Engineering
Maintenance Works (NYSC). June, 1997 – June, 1998.

4. University of Agriculture, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Makurdi, Benue state, Nigeria:
•Graduate Assistant (7th January, 1999 – 7th September, 2003).
•Lecturer II (8th September, 2003 – 30th September, 2011).
•Lecturer I (1st October, 2011 – 30th September, 2014).
•Senior Lecture (1st October, 2014 – Date)

5. FGN/IFAD – Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP), Benue State: Production of Bill
of Quantities/Modification and Upgrade of Existing Cassava and Rice Mills in four Local
Governments of intervention of Benue State. December, 2015.

Memberships

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Publications

K. PUBLICATIONS
Project/Thesis/Dissertation:
1. Edeh, J. E. (1996). “Effective management of road contruction.” Bachelor of
Engineering Project. University of Agriculture, Makurdi, Nigeria.”
2. Edeh, J. E. (2003). “Traffic generating characteristics of shopping centers in the Federal
Capital City of Abuja.” M.Sc. Thesis. Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria.”
3. Edeh, J. E. (2011). “Reconstituted coal ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt
pavements as highway pavement materials.” Ph.D Dissertation. Ahmadu Bello
University, Zaria, Nigeria.

ARTICLES IN LEARNED JOURNALS:

International Journal Publications:
1. Osinubi, K. J. and Edeh, J. E. (2011). “Reconstituted coal ash stabilization of reclaimed
asphalt pavement.” Advances in Geotechnical Engineering. Edited by Jie Han and
Daniel E. Alzamora, Geotechnical Special Publication, GSP 211, pp. 1172 – 1181.
Published by American Society of Civil Engineers (USA).
http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/41165(397)120. ISBN 978-0-7844-1165-0. www.asce.org

2. Osinubi, K. J., Edeh, J. E. and Agada, O. J. (2012). “Rice husk ash stabilization of
reclaimed asphalt pavements.” Journal of ASTM International. Vol. 9, No. 1 (January,
2012). Published Online: 16 September 2011. Published by ASTM International (USA).
DOI: 10.1520/JAI103752, ISSN: 1546-962X. www.astm.org.

3. Osinubi, K. J., Edeh, J. E. and Onoja, O. W. (2012). “Sawdust ash stabilization of
reclaimed asphalt pavements.” Journal of ASTM International. Vol. 9, No. 2 (February,
2012). Published Online: 13 December 2011. Published by ASTM International (USA).
DOI: 10.1520/JAI103751, ISSN: 1546-962X. www.astm.org.

4. Edeh, Joseph. E., Eberemu, Adrian. O. and Agnes, Onah (2012). “Lateritic soil
Stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavements as flexible highway pavement materials.”
Advanced Materials Research journal. Vol. 367 (2012), pp. 3-11, Online available since
2011/Oct./24 at www.scientific.net. Published by Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Zurich,
Switzerland. (ISBN: 978-3-03785-270-5). doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.367.3.

5. Eberemu, Adrian. O., Agapitus, Amadi. O. and Edeh, Joseph. E. (2012). “Hydraulic
conductivity of compacted tropical clay treated with rice husk ash.” Advanced
Materials Research journal. Vol. 367 (2012), pp. 63-71, Online available since
2011/Oct./24 at www.scientific.net. Published by Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Zurich,
Switzerland. (ISBN: 978-3-03785-270-5). doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.367.63.

6. Edeh, J. E., Nor, I. J. and Osinubi, K. J. (2012). ‘Cement kiln dust stabilization of
reclaimed asphalt pavement.’ In: State-of-the-Art and Practice in Geotechnical
Engineering. Edited by Roman D. Hryciw, Adda Athanasopoulos-Zekkos and Nazli
Yesiller, Geotechnical Special Publication, GSP 225, pp. 3854 – 3862. Published by
American Society of Civil Engineers (USA). ISBN 978-0-7844-1212-1. www.asce.org

7. Edeh, J. E., Onche, O. J. and Osinubi, K. J. (2012). ‘Rice husk ash stabilization of
reclaimed asphalt pavement using cement as additive.’In: State-of-the-Art and Practice
in Geotechnical Engineering. Edited by Roman D. Hryciw, Adda Athanasopoulos-
Zekkos and Nazli Yesiller, Geotechnical Special Publication, GSP 225, pp. 3863 – 3872.
Published by American Society of Civil Engineers (USA). ISBN 978-0-7844-1212-1.
www.asce.org

8. Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu, Eberemu, Adrian Oshioname, and Arigi, Abraham S. D. (2012).
“Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement Stabilized Using Crushed Concrete Waste as Highway
Pavement Material,” Advances in Civil Engineering Materials, Vol. 1, Issue 1, pp. 1–14,
doi:10.1520/ACEM20120005. ISSN 2165-3984. Published by ASTM International (USA).
www.astm.org.

9. Eberemu, Adrian Oshioname, Amadi, Agapitus Ahamefule and Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu
(2013). “Diffusion of municipal waste contaminants in compacted lateritic soil treated
with bagasse ash.” Journal of Environmental Earth Sciences - Springer. Vol. 70, Issue 2,
Page 789-797. DOI: 10.1007/s12665-012-2168-z. Published by Springer-Verlag, Berlin
Heidelberg 2012.

10. Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu, Ameh, Augustine Ameh, and Osinubi, Kolawole Juwonlu, (2013).
“Reconstituted Cement Kiln Dust–Rice Husk Ash Stabilization of Reclaimed Asphalt
Pavement as Highway Pavement Material,” Advances in Civil Engineering Materials,
Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 97–109, doi:10.1520/ACEM20120031. ISSN 2165-3984. Published by
ASTM International (USA). www.astm.org.

11. Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu, Joel, Manasseh, and Okpe, Samuel Adakole, (2013). “Laboratory
Evaluation of Reclaimed Asphalt Pavement–Quarry Waste Blends as Unbound Highway
Pavement Material,” Advances in Civil Engineering Materials, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 110–121,
doi:10.1520/ACEM20120025. ISSN 2165-3984.Published by ASTM International (USA).
www.astm.org.

12. Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu, Joel, Manasseh, and Aburabul, James (2013). “Groundnut shell
Ash Stabilized Reclaimed Asphalt Pavements as Highway Pavement Materials.” Advanced
Materials Research, Vol. 824 (2013), pp. 3-11, © (2013), Trans Tech Publications,
Switzerland, doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.824.3.

13. Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu, Eberemu, Adrian Oshioname and Aburabul, James (2013). “Effect
of Compactive Efforts on the Strength Properties of Groundnut shell Ash Stabilized
Reclaimed Asphalt Pavements.” Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 824 (2013), pp. 12-20,
© (2013), Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland,
doi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.824.12.

14. Joseph Ejelikwu Edeh, Isaac Olufemi Agbede and Audu Tyoyila. (2014). "Evaluation of
sawdust ash stabilized lateritic soil as highway pavement material." J. Mater. Civ. Eng.,
Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 367-373. © ASCE, ISSN 0899-1561/2014/2-0-0/$25.00.
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)MT.1943-5533.0000795. (Feb. 7, 2013), Published
by ASCE (USA). ISSN: 0899-1561. www.asce.org/journals.

15. Joseph Ejelikwu Edeh, Thomas Okwor Ashanda and Kolawole Junwolu Osinubi. (2014).
“Effect of cement on palm kernel shell ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement as
highway pavement material.” Pavement Materials, Structures, and Performance – Paving
Materials Characterization and Modelling. Edited by Baoshan Huang and Sheng Zhao,
Geotechnical Special Publication, GSP 239, pp. 29 – 38. Published by American Society of
Civil Engineers (USA) .http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/41165(397)120. ISBN 978-0-7844-1165-0.
www.asce.org
16. Joseph Ejelikwu Edeh, Simon Terdoo Tyav and Kolawole Junwolu Osinubi. (2014).
“Cassava peel ash stabilized lateritc soil as highway pavement material.” Pavement
Materials, Structures, and Performance – Pavement Base and Subgrade. Edited by Baoshan
Huang and Sheng Zhao, Geotechnical Special Publication, GSP 239, pp. 275 – 382.
Published by American Society of Civil Engineers (USA).
http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/41165(397)120. ISBN 978-0-7844-1165-0. www.asce.org

17. Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu, Joel, Manasseh, Maureen Omoneka Itseore (2014). “Columbite
tailings-reclaimed asphalt pavement blends as highway material.” Journal of Emerging Trends
in Engineering and Applied Sciences (JETEAS), Vol. 5, No. 6, pp, 384-390,
ISSN: 2141-7016, December, 2014, Published by Scholarlink Research Institute Journals
(UK). jeteas.scholarlinkresearch.com.

18. Manasseh Joel and Joseph Ejelikwu Edeh (2015). “Comparative analysis of cement and lime
modification of Ikpayongo laterite for effective and economic stabilization.” Journal of
Emerging Trends in Engineering and Applied Sciences (JETEAS), Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 49-56,
ISSN: 2141-7016, February, 2015 Published by Scholarlink Research Institute Journals (UK).
jeteas.scholarlinkresearch.com.

19. Manasseh Joel and Joseph Ejelikwu Edeh (2016). “Effect of calcium carbide residue and
crushed granite fine on cement stabilized laterite.” International Journal of Engineering and
Technology, Volume 6 No.6, pp. 203-210, ISSN: 2049-3444 © 2016 – IJET Publications UK..
http://www.iet-journals.org/archive/2016/june_vol_6_no_6/June_2016.php.

20. Manasseh Joel and Joseph Ejelikwu Edeh (2016). “Calcium Carbide Residue-Hydrated Lime
Blend as Stabilizing Agent.” International Journal of Science and Technology (IJST),
Volume 5, No. 12, December, 2016, pp. 606-614, ISSN: 2049-7318, 1IJST © 2016, IJST
Publications UK. All rights reserved.
http://www.journalofsciences-technology.org/archive/2016/...5.../12341475263617.pdf.

21. Joseph Ejelikwu Edeh, Manasseh Joel and Adamu Abubakar (2018). “Sugarcane bagasse
ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavement as highway material.” International Journal
of Pavement Engineering. Published by Taylor and Francis Group, London.
DOI: 10.1080/10298436.2018.1429609. To link to this article:
https://doi.org/10.1080/10298436.2018.1429609, ISSN: 1029-8436 (Print)
ISSN: 1477-268X (Online), http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/gpav20.

22. Oparaku, L.A., Iwar, R.T. and Edeh, J.E. (2018). “Relative proliferation of gullies on three
geological sediments: the influence of soil consistency limits and shear strength.” Journal of
Environmental Protection. Vol. 9, No, 1, pp. 25-33, Scientific Research Publishing, U.S.A.,
ISSN Online: 2152-2219, ISSN Print: 2152-2197. https://doi.org/10.4236/jep.2018.91003

National Journal Publications:
23. Edeh, J. E., Manasseh, J. and Ibanga, U. (2012). “Palm kernel shell ash stabilization of
reclaimed asphalt pavements, as highway pavement materials.” Jan-Mar 2012 Journal of
Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection, Vol. 2 No.1, pp. 98 – 110.
Published by Institute for Environment Research and Development (IERD), Bells
University Drive, Benja, Ota, Nigeria. ISSN 2251-0605. www.ierdafrica.org.

24. Edeh, J. E., Eberemu, A. O. and Abah, A.B. (2012). “Reclaimed asphalt pavement –
lime stabilization of clay soil, as highway construction materials.” Jul-Sep 2012 Journal of
Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection, Vol. 2 No.3, pp. 62 – 75.
Published by Institute for Environment Research and Development (IERD), Bells
University Drive, Benja, Ota, Nigeria. ISSN 2251-0605. www.ierdafrica.org.

25. Manasseh Joel and E. Joseph Edeh. (2014). “Stabilization of Ikpayongo laterite with cement
and calcium carbide waste.” Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol. 20 (2014),
pp. 49-55, Bachudo Science CO LTD, Printed in Nigeria,
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/104314/gjpas.v20i1.8. ISSN: 1118-0579.
www.globaljournalseries.com.

26. J. E. Edeh, I. Samson and A. Terhemba (2016). “Rice husk ash-carbide waste stabilization of
reclaimed asphalt pavement.” Nigerian Journal of Technology (NIJOTECH), Vol. 35, No. 3,
(July 1st, 2016), pp. 465-472, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Enugu, State, Nigeria.
Print ISSN:0331-8443, Electronic ISSN:2467-8821, www.nijotech.com,
http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/njt.v35i3.1

International Conference Proceedings:
27. Joel, Manasseh and Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu. (2012). “Strength Characteristics of Concrete
Containing Crushed Granite Fine (CGF).” 4th International Conference on Engineering
Research & Development (ICERD 2012), Edited by A. O. Akii Ibhadode, Published by
University of Benin, Nigeria, 4-6th September, 2012, University of Benin, Benin City,
Nigeria. www.uniben.edu.

28. Joel, Manasseh and Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu. (2012). “Soil Modification and Stabilization
Potential of Calcium Carbide waste.” 4th International Conference on Engineering
Research & Development (ICERD 2012), Edited by A. O. Akii Ibhadode, Published by
University of Benin, Nigeria, 4-6th September, 2012, University of Benin, Benin City,
Nigeria. www.uniben.edu.

29. Eberemu, Adrian. O, Edeh, Joseph. E and Gbolokun A. O (2012). “The Geotechnical
Properties of Lateritic Soil Treated with Crushed Glass Cullet.” 4th International Conference
on Engineering Research & Development (ICERD 2012), Edited by A. O. Akii Ibhadode,
Published by University of Benin, Nigeria, 4-6th September, 2012, University of Benin, Benin
City, Nigeria. www.uniben.edu.

30. Joel, Manasseh and Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu. (2012). “Effect of Curing Condition on Some
Properties of Cement Stabilized Lateritic Interlucking Bricks.” 4th International Conference
on Engineering Research & Development (ICERD 2012), Edited by A. O. Akii Ibhadode,
Published by University of Benin, Nigeria, 4-6th September, 2012, University of Benin, Benin
City, Nigeria. www.uniben.edu.

National Conference Proceedings:
31. Edeh, J. E., Eberemu, A. O. and Odeh, K. O. (2011). “Non-cementing fly ash stabilized
reclaimed asphalt pavement as highway subgrade material.” Proc. 2nd Biennial
Engineering Conference on Energy, Global Environmental Change, Food Security and
Engineering Infrastructure. Edited by O. Chukwu, J. J. Musa and U. S. Dauda, School of
Engineering and Engineering Technology, FUT Minna. 16-18th November, 2011. pp.7 – 20.

32. Eberemu, A. O., Edeh, E. J., and Kundiri, A. M. (2013). Geotechnical index and chemical
properties of soils within the university of agriculture. Proceedings of the 3rd Biennial
Engineering Conference School of Engineering and Engineering Technology Federal
University of Technology, Minna, Theme: Challenges in Energy Supply and Infrastructural
Development in Developing Countries, Edited by A. S. Abdulkareem, A. A. Amadi,
S. A. Abdulrahaman and M. Abdullahi, FUT, Minna, Niger State, 14 – 16th May, 2013.
pp. 430 – 441.

Journal Papers Under Review
1. Edeh, Joseph Ejelikwu, Ugama, Terry and Okpe, Samuel Adakole (2018). “The use of cement
treated reclaimed asphalt pavement-quarry waste blends as highway material.” Manuscript
ID GPAV-2018-0101, Submitted to International Journal of Pavement Engineering. Published
by Taylor and Francis Group, London. DOI: 10.1080/10298436.2018.1429609.
ISSN: 1029-8436 (Print). ISSN: 1477-268X (Online),
http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/gpav20.

L. CONFERENCES / WORKSHOPS ATTENDED
Conferences:
1. 17th Engineering Assembly, Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria,
International Conference Centre, Abuja, Nigeria: 24 – 25th September, 2008.

2. 3rd International Conference on Engineering Science & Technology University of Benin,
Benin City, Nigeria: 7th – 9th September,2010.

3. 2nd Biennial Engineering Conference on Energy, Global Environmental Change, Food
Security and Engineering Infrastructure. The School of Engineering and Engineering
Technology, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria: 16 - 18th November,
2011.

4. 2012 International Conference on Sustainable Development and Environmental
Protection, Clean Technology Development and Environmental Sustainability for
Developing Nations. Bell University of Technology, Ota and Institute for Environmental
Research & Development (IERD), Ota, Nigeria, March 20-22, 2012

5. 4th International Conference on Engineering Research & Development (ICERD 2012),
Chanllenges of Global Energy Supply, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria: 4th – 6th
September,2012.

6. 25th Engineering Assembly, Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria,
International Culture and Event Centre (Dome), Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria: 8 – 10th August,
2016.

Training Workshop:
1. Education Trust Fund (ETF) sponsored AUTOCAD training for tertiary institutions.
Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa: 25th July – 4th August, 2006.

Specializations

Civil Engineering

Research Archive

1. Reconstituted coal ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavements as highway construction materials.
2. Industrial, agricultural and domestic wastes stabilization of pavement materials for use as highway materials.
3. Modification of sub-standard pavement materials for use as highway pavement construction materials.
4. Evaluation of hydraulic conductivity of waste stabilized materials, used as liners and hydraulic barriers in land-fill designs.

M. COGNATE EXPERIENCE/PROFESSIONAL CONSULTANCIES/JOBS
1. Design, construction and supervision of St. Michael Junior Seminary at Ochobo for the
Catholic Diocese of Otukpo, Benue state, Nigeria. (2007 – date). Project cost: N268
millions.


2. Design, construction and supervision of Holy Name Catholic Church at Ugbokolo for the
Catholic Diocese of Otukpo, Benue state, Nigeria. (2009 – date). Project cost: N85
millions.

3. Design, construction and supervision of various parish houses and churches for the
Catholic Diocese of Otukpo, Benue state, Nigeria. (2006 – date). Project cost: N283
millions.
4. Construction and supervision of cross culverts for PW Construction Company, along newly
constructed Owukpa-Okpoga-Utonkon road project Benue state, Nigeria. (2006 – 2009).
Project cost: N8.3 millions.

5. Design, construction and supervision of several private residential accommodations in
Makurdi, Otukpo and Okpoga, Benue state, Nigeria. (1998 – date). Project cost: Over
N145 Millions.
6. Supervision of proto-type Director of Immigration Services Complex in Makurdi, for
Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs, Abuja (2013 – 2016). Project cost: Over N40 Millions.

7. Patching/Maintenance of University of Agriculture campus roads and other utilities for the 21st
Convocation Planning Committee (13th August, 2014 – 24th January, 2015). Project cost:
N2.25 Millions.

8. Patching/Maintenance of University of Agriculture campus roads and other utilities for the
22nd Convocation Planning Committee (28th September, – 24th December, 2015). Project cost:
N1.95 Millions.

9. FGN/IFAD – Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP), Benue State: Production of Bill
of Quantities/Modification and Upgrade of Existing Cassava and Rice Mills in four Local
Governments of intervention of Benue State (December, 2015). Project cost:
N28.6 Millions/Pair.

Responsibilities

G. TEACHING EXPERIENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY LEVEL
Undergraduate courses:
1. Strength of Materials (3 credits), 200 level
2. Strength of Materials (3 credits), 300 level
3. Soil Mechanics (2 credits), 300 level
4. Structural Mechanics (3 credits), 300 level
5. Vocational Skills Training Practice (3 credits), 300 level
6. Laboratory and Design/Studio (3 credits), 300 level
7. Civil Engineering Practice (2 credits), 400 level
8. Highway Engineering (2 credits), 400 level
9. Soil Mechanics II (2 credits), 400 level
10. Highway and Transportation Engineering I & II (2 credits each), 500 level

Postgraduate courses:
1. Highway and Transportation Engineering I & II (3 credits each), PGD II
2. Engineering Mathematics I (3 credits), PGD I
3. Structural Analysis, (3 credits) PGD I

Supervised undergraduate projects:
1. Hydraulic conductivity of compacted clays. B.Eng. project by Kwaghvihi, Sefa Joel –
RE/5186/99, September, 2005.
2. Performance evaluation of fired clay brick and sancrete blocks. B.Eng. project by Memga,
Daniel Terungwa – RE/5196/99, September, 2005.
3. Crushed sancrete block as partial replacement for fine aggregates in concrete. B.Eng. project
by Akor, Joshua Adoyi – RE/5195/99, September, 2005.
4. Design of a 3 km road from Mase to Shannah in Gwer L.G.A., Benue State. B.Eng. project
by Antom, Uakulenan Antom – RE/5486/00, August, 2006.
5. Determination of axle load distribution and design of an overlay on Makurdi-Aliade road.
B.Eng. project by Damjor, Bridget Dooshima – RE/5492/00, August, 2006.
6. Physicochemical and Engineering behavior of cement treated clays. B.Eng. project by
Ikong, John Ibe – RE/5939/01, February, 2008.
7. Flexible pavement design of Oju-Adum-Okuku road. B.Eng. project by Ugama, Ikande
Terry – RE/5956/01, February, 2008.
8. Cement stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavement aggregates blended with virgin
aggregates for road work. B.Eng. project by Ella, Charles Okopi – RE/6795/04, December,
2008.
9. Suitability of laterite soils for highway construction: a case study of Benue State. B.Eng.
project by Zava, Aper E. – RE/6825/04, December, 2008.
10. Soil stabilization using reclaimed asphalt pavements. B.Eng. project by Yanmeer, Vershima
Jeremiah – UE/6824/04, December, 2008.
11. Compaction characteristics of soils in Otukpo town. B.Eng. project by Ejeh, Michael Odeh
– RE/6793/04, December, 2008.
12. Traffic generation at government establishments in Makurdi metropolis. B.Eng. project by
Aule, Terhemen – RE/6789/04, December, 2008.
13. Sawdust bottom ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavements as highway pavement
material. B.Eng. project by Aniehe, Okechukwu Victor – RE/7760/05, April, 2010.
14. Rice husk ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavements for base and sub-base material.
B.Eng. project by Agada, Omale Joseph – UE/7754/05, April, 2010.
15. Coal fly ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavements as base and sub-base material.
B.Eng. project by Odeh, Keneth Odeh – RE/7727/05, April, 2010.
16. Sawdust fly ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavements. B.Eng. project by Onoja,
William – RE/7787/05, April, 2010.
17. Reclaimed asphalt pavements stabilization of laterite used as highway material, using
cement as additive. B.Eng. project by Onah, Agnes – RE/7786/05, April, 2010.
18. Properties of sawdust fly ash stabilized Ikpayongo lateritic soil using cement as additive.
B.Eng. project by Audu, Tyoyila – RE/8847/06, February, 2011.
19. Properties of rice husk fly ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavements with cement as
additive. B.Eng. project by Onche, O. J. Joseph – RE/8879/06, February, 2011.

20. Cement kiln dust stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement is flexible pavement material.
B.Eng. project by Nor, Jacob Iornenge – RE/8869/06, February, 2011.
21. Application of reclaimed asphalt pavement to stabilized clay-lime as flexible pavement
material. B.Eng. project by Abah, Adakole B. – UE/8835/06, February, 2011.
22. Characteristics of reclaimed asphalt pavement stabilized with lateritic soil. B.Eng. project
by Okpe, Amedu James – DE/10067/07, February, 2011.
23. Characteristics of reclaimed asphalt pavement stabilized with groundnut shell ash. B.Eng.
project by Aburabul, James Mzuaor – RE/10001/07, March, 2012.
24. Characterization of quarry dust stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavements using cement as
Additive (WAS & BSH). B.Eng. project by Okpe, Samuel Adakole – RE/10052/07, March,
2012.
25. Evaluation of crushed concrete waste stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement using cement as
additive. B.Eng. project by Arigi, Abraham S. D. – UE/10000/07, March, 2012.
26. Evaluation of palm kernel shell ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavements as highway
material. B.Eng. project by Usoro, Ibanga Udo – UE/8890/06, March, 2012.
27. Cement kiln dust-rice husk ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavements as highway
pavement Material (RBSL & BSL compactive efforts). B.Eng. project by Ameh, Augustine
Ameh – RE/10009/07, March, 2012.
28. Evaluation of cement kiln dust-rice husk ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavements (WAS
& BSH compactive efforts). B.Eng. project by Ali, Simon Denen – RE/10008/07, March,
2012.
29. Evaluation of quarry dust stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavements using cement as additive
(WAS & BSH). B.Eng. project by Agu, Rowland Denen – RE/10006/07, March, 2012.
30. Cassava peel ash stabilized lateritic soil as highway pavement material. B.Eng. project by
Tyav, Simon Terdoo - RE/11810/08, January, 2013.
31. Evaluation of cassava peel ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement. B.Eng. project by
Ameh, Joseph Ugbede - RE/11821/08, February, 2013.
32. Evaluation of palm kernel shell ash-cement stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement as
highway material. B.Eng. project by Ashanda, Thomas Okwor - UE/11801/08, February,
2013.
33. Groundnut shell ash-cement stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement. B.Eng. project by
Adikpe, Okwe Ogah - UE/11791/08, February, 2013.
34. Stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavement using groundnut shell ash and ordinary portland
cement. B.Eng. project by Ugoh, Josephat Tersoo - RE/11854/08, February, 2013.
35. Evaluation of soyabean ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement. B.Eng. project by Agee,
Felix Terwase - RE/11858/08, February, 2013.
36. Properties of locust bean pod ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement. B.Eng. project by
Atiyogo, Ogbile Sunday - RE/11838/08, February, 2013.
37. Stabilization of clay soil using reclaimed asphalt pavement - sawdust ash as flexible
pavement materials. B.Eng. project by Akor, Itodo Emmmanuel - RE/11844/08, February,
2013.
38. Stabilization of Ikpayongo laterite using groundnut shell ash and sawdust ash as flexible
pavement materials. B.Eng. project by Hiligh, Ephraim T. - UE/13942/09, May, 2014.
39. Carbide waste-sawdust ash stabilization of clay soil. B.Eng. project by Mustapha, Nasir
Bayo - UE/13941/09, May, 2014.
40. Stabilization of Ikpayongo laterite using sawdust ash and rice husk ash. B.Eng. project by
Achimugu, Salome Unekuojo. - UE/13890/09, May, 2014.
41. Effect of reconstituted sawdust ash-carbide waste on the strength properties of reclaimed
asphalt pavement. B.Eng. project by Tion, Tersoo Joshua - UE/13964/09, May, 2014.

42. Evaluation of beniseed bunch ash stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement as highway
pavement materials. B.Eng. project by Labija, Husseini. - UE/13938/09, May, 2014.
43. Effect of compactive efforts on the properties of rice husk ash-cassava peel ash stabilized
reclaimed asphalt pavement. B.Eng. project by Abu, Jeff. - UE/13889/09, May, 2014.
44. Effect of cement kiln dust on limestone-clay stabilization. B.Eng. project by Onah, Stanley
Onuora - DE/17256/10, May, 2014.
45. Groundnut shell ash-sawdust ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavement. B.Eng.
project by Tor, George Nenge. - UE/13965/09, May, 2014.
46. Effect of crushed block waste on lime-clay stabilization. B.Eng. project by Obaje, John
Ojomaje - DE/17254/10, May, 2014.
47. Cement kiln dust-sawdust ash stabilization of lateritic soil as highway pavement materials.
B.Eng. project by Nwobodo, Paul - UE/13943/09, May, 2014.
48. Cassava peel ash-carbide waste stabilization of lateritic soil. B.Eng. project by Ogo, Steven
Omeka - UE/13950/09, May, 2014.
49. Carbide waste-sawdust ash stabilization of lateritic soil. B.Eng. project by Ola, Victor
Owoicho - UE/13953/09, May, 2014.
50. Suitability of cassava peel ash as partial replacement of cement in concrete production.
B.Eng. project by Iorkohol, Thomas Terlumun - UE/14016/09, May, 2014.
51. Laboratory evaluation of crushed bottle collets-reclaimed asphalt pavement blends. B.Eng.
project by Ikpa, Terver Frederick - UE/13926/09, May, 2014.
52. Evaluation of carbide waste stabilized reclaimed asphalt pavement as highway pavement
material. B.Eng. project by Elh Brah Mansour - DE/13976/09, May, 2014.
53. Effect of automated gas oil on the strength properties of reclaimed asphalt pavement. B.Eng.
project by Akwu, James Ilemona - UE/13901/09, May, 2014.
54. Rice husk ash-carbide waste stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavement. B.Eng. project by
Aer, Terhember - UE/13892/09, May, 2014.
55. Effects of oil palm fibre ash on lime stabilized clay. B.Eng. project by Ewoh, James Godwin
- UE/17152/10. March, 2015.
56. Stabilization of clay soil using lime and milled corn ash. B. Eng. Project by Obochi John
Edoh - UE/17194/10. March, 2015.
57. Stabilization of lateritic soil using cement-oil palm fiber ash. B. Eng. Project by Ogbodo, Victor
Owoicho - UE/17143/10. March, 2015.
58. Cement-columbite tailings stabilization of lateritic soil as highway materia. B. Eng. Project by
Omakolo, Edache Michael - UE/17231/10. March, 2015.
59. Effect of sugarcane straw ash on cement stabilized lateritic soil. B. Eng. Project by Yeke,
Ernest Iorember - UE/17146/10. March, 2015.
60. Effect of milled corn ash on cement stabilized lateritic soil. B. Eng. Project by Aza, Samson
Terdoo - UE/17206/10. March, 2015.
61. Effect of Quarry waste on the Engineering properties of lime stabilized clay soil. B. Eng.
Project by Tseen, Tersoo - UE/17158/10. March, 2015.
62. Effect of sugarcane straw ash on lime stabilized clay soil. B. Eng. Project by Aluga, Solomon
Ben - DE/20114/11. March, 2015.
63. Effective re-use of carbide waste – waste tyre ash stabilized laterite soil. B. Eng. Project by
Odang, Francis Ogaba - UE/17218/10. March, 2015.
64. Partial replacement of cement with palm oil fiber ash in the production of sandcrete blocks. B.
Eng. Project by Ejembi, Peter Adakole - UE/17182/10. March, 2015.
65. Effect of sawdust ash on cement treated sandy soil. B. Eng. Project by Akula, Dooshima
Maureen - UE/20014/11. April, 2016.
66. Effect of sawdust ash on carbide waste stabilized lateritic soil as highway pavement material.
B. Eng. Project by Abengowe, Dominic C - UE/19997/11. April, 2016.
67. The effect of reconstituted groundnut shell ash and carbide waste on lateritic soil. B. Eng.
Project by Tanko, Sule A Ngbede - UE/20101/11. April, 2016.
68. Marble waste stabilization of clay soil as highway construction material. B. Eng. Project by
Kuave, Nissi Member - UE/20067/11. April, 2016.
69. Effect of crushed concrete waste on lime stabilized clay soil. B. Eng. Project by Benedict
Friday Adejo - DE/22406/11. April, 2016.
70. Guinea corn straw ash – sawdust ash stabilized lateritic soil as highway pavement material. B.
Eng. Project by Yuwa, Emmanuel - UE/17137/10. April, 2016.
71. Effect of waste tyre ash on carbide waste stabilized lateritic soil. B. Eng. Project by Odongwo,
Abu James - UE/22441/12. April, 2017.
72. Suitability of waste tire rubber ash as partial replacement of cement in sandcrete block
production. B. Eng. Project by Agada, Sylvester Egwu - UE/22388/12. April, 2017.
73. The improvement of clay soil using crushed concrete waste and carbide waste as highway
construction materials. B. Eng. Project by Edoka, Jonah Ogbu - UE/22412/12. April, 2017.
74. Properties of soyabean pod ash – cement stabilized lateritic soil. B. Eng. Project by Tarzaar,
Salem Stephen - UE/22459/12. April, 2017.
75. Effect of tyre ash on cement treated sandy soil. B. Eng. Project by Okeke, john Onukwube –
UE/22447/12. April, 2017.
76. Characterization of slurry paint waste treated cement stabilized lateritic soil as highway
material. B. Eng. Project by Ndubuisi, Emmanuel O. – UE/22436/12. April, 2017.
77. Engineering properties of clay soil stabilized using locust bean pod ash and carbide waste. B.
Eng. Project by Akor, Keneth Bem – UE/22392/12. April, 2017.

Supervised postgraduate projects:
1. Sugarcane bagasse ash stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavement as highway pavement
material. PGD Civil Eng. project by Adamu Abubakar – 10/3936/PGD, September, 2012.
2. Columbite tailings treated reclaimed asphalt pavement as highway pavement material. PGD
Civil Eng. project by Itseore, Omoneka Maureen – 11/4508/PGD, February, 2014.
3. Effect of compactive efforts on the strength characteristics of palm kernel shell ash-cement
stabilized lateritic soil. PGD Civil Eng. project by Ntaji, John Ugi – 11/4509/PGD,
February, 2014.
4. Steel slag stabilization of reclaimed asphalt pavement as highway pavement material. PGD
Civil Eng. project by Ejabena, Christiana Ojo – 11/4503/PGD, February, 2014.
5. Palm kernel shell ash – cement stabilized lateritic soil as highway pavement material. PGD
Civil Eng. project by Ewong, Kingsley Okon – 11/4505/PGD, February, 2014.
6. Millet husk ash stabilization of lateritic soil. PGD Civil Eng. project by Sekaan, Danlami –
13/5929/PGD, June, 2015.
7. Use of cassava peel ash – cement stabilized lateritic soil. PGD Civil Eng. project by Jinge,
Aungwa Eric – 13/5934/PGD, August, 2016.
G. EXTERNAL RESPONSIBILITIES
External Examinations
1. External Moderator: Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo, Benue State, Nigeria: OND and
HND (Civil Engineering & Building) Programme, 2012-2015, 2015-2017.
2. Council for the Regulation of Engineering Practice in Nigeria, COREN Representative to
Nigerian Society of Engineers, NSE, Makurdi Examination Centre. 12th March, 2015–To Date.
3. Examiner - Nigerian Society of Engineers, NSE, Makurdi Examination Centre.
12th March, 2015–To Date.
4. Member, Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Committee for Building the Engineering
Resource Centre in Makurdi. 7th April, 2016–To Date.
5. Chief Examiner for Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) Professional Interview and
Examination 15th February, 2018–To Date.

H. SERVICE TO UNIVERSITY & COMMUNITY
1. Member, National Board for Technical Education (NBTE) Accreditation Panel to Institute
of Management Technology (IMT) Enugu, January 28 & 29, 2013.
2. Department of Civil Engineering Examination Officer (2005 – 2006).
3. Department of Civil Engineering Registration Officer (2005 – 2006).
4. College of Engineering representative to College of Food Science and Technology
(2004 – 2008).
5. Member/Secretary, College of Engineering Curriculum Review Committee (2005).
6. Member, College of Engineering/Department of Civil Engineering, students’ results
review committee (2004-2005).
7. Member (Civil Engineer), UAMSTAL filling station project (2007).
8. College of Engineering representative to College of Agronomy (2012 – Date).
9. Member/Secretary, Department of Civil Engineering Curriculum Review Committee
(2012).
10. Department of Civil Engineering SIWES coordinator (2012 – Date).
11. Member/Secretary, Department of Civil Engineering Curriculum Welfare Committee
(2012 - Date).
12. Member, College of Engineering Quarterly Bulletin Committee (2013 - Date).
13. Department of Civil Engineering Postgraduate coordinator (2013 – 2015).
14. Department of Civil Engineering coordinator of Entrepreneurship/Vocational Skills
Training Practice (2011 – 2014).
15. Member/Secretary, Works and Utilities Sub-Committee, 21st Convocation Planning
Committee (13th August, 2014 – 24th January, 2015).
16. College of Engineering Postgraduate Coordinator/Representative (26/01/2015 – Date;
2014/2015 – 2016/2017 sessions).
17. Member, Senate Business Committee on the Consideration of Postgraduate Examination
Results (26/01/2015 – Date; 2014/2015 – 2016/2017 sessions).
18. Member Co-opted, Works and Utilities Sub-Committee, 22nd Convocation Planning
Committee (28th September, 2015 – 15th December, 2015).
19. Member, College of Engineering Examination Misconduct Committee (2014/2015, Second
Semester – End of 2015/2016 Session).