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Leeds Centre for Projects

Shaping Projects for Sustainable Futures

The Leeds Centre for Projects (LCP) is a globally leading centre of excellence advancing the knowledge in project management research and education and creating impact through engagement with industry, government and third sector organisations.

Projects shape our world and through projects for the good of society we can build a better future. Policy and strategy are implemented through projects on a global, national and local level. Projects are critical to the progress of modern society with project management rapidly becoming a thought after skill set to deliver value for the social systems they serve. The ability to control and manage projects is a critical capability underpinning success, sustainability and wellbeing.


Congratulations to our Director for being promoted to Professor of Project Management

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate our Director Professor Christine Unterhitzenberger for becoming the new Chair in Project Management at the University of Leeds.   The panel was very impressed by her achievements after transitioning from industry to academia, her vision for bettering practices by moulding the professionals and the academics of...

Ethical behaviours in construction - participate in a study led by Dr William Collinge

Ethics and ethical behaviours are central to professionalism in project management.  Whilst remaining key qualities for both companies and individuals, the complexity of construction projects means identifying ethical issues and responding to them appropriately can be challenging and problematic.  Additionally, the evolving nature of projects means ethical challenges emerge andshift over time via technologies, regulations...

Team of MSc ICME students win the Accuracy Construction Championship 2024

Daniel Merriman, Madhur Chugh and Mauricio Cusimayta Gonzales, postgraduate students on our MSc International Construction Management and Engineering, formed a team to compete in the inaugural Accuracy Construction Championship against 30 other groups from leading UK Universities. The team submitted a detailed proposal for the restart of the Crossrail 2 megaproject to a panel comprising...

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Post-disaster Reconstruction Projects Workshop

The projects by which problems are addressed following a disaster require input by professionals from multiple fields—including project management, engineering,...

Joint Doctoral Conference on Project Management

We would like to invite you to a joint doctoral conference on project management by the Leeds Centre for Projects,...

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