MR DELALI GADZEKPO
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Delali Gadzekpo is a Ghanaian Architect, trained at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi where he received the BSc. Degreein Environmental Design, in July 1980and also a Post-graduate diploma in Architecture, in March 1983.
After graduation, he started practice whilst on National Service, as an Assistant Architect, with the City Engineers Department, a subsidiary of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly, responsible for the approval of building designs.
Having passed the professional examination of the Ghana Institute of Architects, he got appointment with the Architectural and Engineering Services Corporation (AESC) in Accra and was seconded to the technical department of the Ministry of Works and Housing (Technical Services Centre, Labone) where he practiced for two years.
On re-posting to AESC, he was assigned to the Hospital projects division, where he designed, supervised and administered the contracts of hospital projects in the Greater Accra region till September 1989, when he resigned to take up a new appointment with the W.V.S.Tubman College of Technology in Liberia, as a lecturer in the Architecture department.
He returned to Ghana in 1990 and started practice in a private capacity as a freelance Architect.
In 2009, he was appointed an adjunct lecturer in the Department of Architecture at the, then Central University. He was appointment as a full time staff lecturer in 2013.
Highest degree - Post-graduate Diploma in Architecture
Area of Specialization - Architectural Design
Research areas of interest
- The effects of forest degradation on the environment and the impact it has made in our communities.
- Effective ways to control the destruction of the forest.
- Education of the citizens about the need to plant trees.
- How to embark on tree planting.
- Recycling of waste timber products.
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