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MS. CHATHURI MANJULA
BSc. (FM) (Hons),GREENSL®AP,  M.Phil
Lecturer
Department of Building Economics,
Faculty of Architecture,
University of Moratuwa,
Sri Lanka
 

Academic Qualifications

  • MPhil, University of Moratuwa.
  • BSc. (Hons) Facilities Management, University of Moratuwa, Sri Lanka

Professional Qualification

  • Associate Professional (GREENSL® AP) of the Green Building Council of Sri Lanka
  • Member, Institute of Facilities Management Sri Lanka

Professional Activities

  • Secretary, Institute of Facilities Management , Sri Lanka

Subject Areas

Occupational Safety and Health, Workplace Planning and Design, Asset Management, Fundamentals of Management " for Undergraduate level students in the Department of Building Economics"

Research Interests

  • Facilities Management
  • Occupational safetand health
  • Behavioural safety
  • Sustainability

Publications : Conference Papers

 1

Manjula, N.H.C. and De Silva N., (2017). Predicting Unsafe Behaviour of Construction Workers. In proceedings of 6th World Construction Symposium 2017, 30th June - 02nd July, 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

 2

Jayathilake, B.S. and Manjula, N.H.C. (2017).Promoting Flexible Workplace to Enhance Productivity of Office Worker. In proceedings of 6th World Construction Symposium 2017, 30th June - 02nd July, 2017,Colombo, Sri Lanka.

 3

Thapothiny, S., Gunatilaka, S,. and Manjula, N.H.C. (2017).Developing a Framework to Incorporate a Facility Manager into the Design and Construction Phases to Enhance the Building Performance. In proceedings of 6th World Construction Symposium 2017, 30th June - 02nd July, 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

 4 Wijeratne, N. and Manjula N.H.C. (2017). Developing an electronic accident reporting system to Sri Lankan Apparel Industry. In proceedings of the International Research Conference of General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University 2017, Aug. 03-04, 2017 Ratmalana, Sri Lanka
5 Akalanka R.A.D.K., Perera, B.A.K.S.  & Manjula,  N.H.C., (2016). Saving Energy in Office Buildings without Compromising Their Indoor Environmental Quality. In Proceedings of the 5th World Construction Symposium 2016, (pp.439-447). Colombo: Ceylon Institute of Builders.
6 Manjula, N.H.C., Dissanayake, D.M.P. P. and Rajini, P.A. D. (2015). “Facilities Management Approaches for Sustainability”. 6th International Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction Management 2015, 11th - 13th December 2015, Kandy, Sri Lanka.
7 Manjula, N.H.C. and De Silva N., (2014). “Factors Influencing safety behaviours of construction workers”,3rd  World Construction Symposium, 20th- 22nd June, 2014,  Colombo, Sri Lanka.
8 Manjula, N.H.C. and De Silva N., (2013). “A study on the factors affecting construction workers’ behaviour based safety”, FARU International Research Symposium, 13th - 14th December 2013, Hambantota, Sri Lanka.
9 Manjula N.H.C., and De Silva, N., (2013). “Strengthening the Safety Culture for Organizational Sustainability”. In proceedings of the CIOB 2nd World Construction Symposium, June 2013, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
10 4.  Manjula,   N.H.C.   and   Senaratne,   S.,   (2012).   “Teamwork   in   Facilities Management”. In Proceedings of the World Construction Symposium, pp. 285- 265., June 2012, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

 

Consultancy and Services Outside University

  • Building Surveyreport,Lanka Hospitals Pvt Ltd, 2014