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Priyanka Raina

Bachelor of Architecture (University of Mumbai, India)
Master of Construction Management (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)
PhD Construction Management (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand)

Teaching area
I teach courses related to Construction Management and Quantity Surveying. Some of the courses that I teach are; Construction Technology, Building Services, Programming, Social and Legislative Environment, Building Law.

Professional interest areas
Teaching and research in the areas of Construction Technology, Construction Contracts and Sustainable construction.

Raina, P., & Tookey, J. E. (2012, 28-30 June). The Purpose of Retentions: A Review of the Existing Literature. Paper presented at CIOB world construction conference “Global Challenges in Construction Industry”, Colombo, Srilanka.
• Raina, P., & Tookey, J. E. (2011, 16-18 Feb). Construction defects and monetary retentions in construction projects:A review of case law. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference of Construction Engineering and Project Management (ICCEPM – 2011), Sydney, Australia.
• Abeysekera, V., Raina, P., & Neitzert, T. (2009, May 20-22). Building Theory on Monetary Retention Regimes. Paper presented at the meeting of the Fifth International Conference on Construction in the 21st Century (CITC-V) "Collaboration and Integration in Engineering, Management and Technology", Istanbul, Turkey.
• Raina, P., & Tookey, J. (2013, 20-22 November). The perceptions of retentions as held by clients, contractors and subcontractors. In T.W. Yiu & V. Gonzalez (Eds), 38th Annual Conference of the Australasian Universities Building Educators Association (AUBEA), Auckland, New Zealand.
• Raina, P., & Tookey, J. (2014). Perceptions of the retention system in the construction industry. Paper presented at the 2nd ASEA-SEC Conference “Sustainable solutions in Structural Engineering and Construction”, Bangkok, Thailand.

Awarded scholarship by BRANZ for PhD studies for three years.
Awarded graduate teaching assistantship at AUT for three consecutive years 2009 – 2012 which included a tuition fee waiver and part time employment as an hourly paid teaching and research assistant.

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