Gurjeet Singh

Research Interests

Gurjeet Singh is a research assistant with the IRC research team. Mr. Singh has extensive expertise in the area of building information modelling and the use of CATIA, Revit, and 3ds Max. He graduated with an MEng in Construction and Engineering Management from the University of Alberta, and his research focus encompasses BIM, lean construction, and data collection and analysis.

Current Research

Gurjeet has an extensive background in 2D and 3D visualization and modelling. Recently he has been involved in a project evaluating energy efficient wall systems for wood frame buildings using various data analysis and visualization techniques. Gurjeet has also been collaborating with a team to develop state-of-the-art computer numerical control (CNC) machinery for the purpose of increasing productivity and decreasing costs within the construction manufacturing sector.


  • Master of Engineering, Construction Engineering & Management, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2012
  • Bachelor of Technology, Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, U.P., India, 2006



  1. Liu H., Singh, G., Lu, M., Bouferguene, A., and Al-Hussein, M. (2018). "BIM-based automated design and planning for boarding of light-frame residential buildings." Automation in Construction, 89, 235–249.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Liu, H., Holmwood, B., Sydora, C., Singh, G., and Al-Hussein, M. (2017). "Optimizing multi-wall panel configuration for panelized construction using BIM." Proceedings, International Structural Engineering & Construction Conference (ISEC), Valencia, Spain, Jul. 24–29.

  2. Liu, H., Singh, G., Zhang, Y., Lu, M., and Al-Hussein, M. (2015). "BIM-enabled boarding design optimization for residential buildings." Proceedings, International Conference on Construction Applications of Virtual Reality (CONVR), Banff, AB, Canada, Oct. 5–7.

  3. Liu, H., Singh, G., Zhang, Y., Lu, M., and Al-Hussein, M. (2015). "Construction-centric building information modelling to facilitate building panel prefabrication." Proceedings, 2015 Modular and Offsite Construction (MOC) Summit and 1st International Conference on the Industrialization of Construction (ICIC), Edmonton, AB, Canada, May 19–21, pp. 486–493.
  4. Zaman, H., Al-Hussein, M., Mutsuddy, R., Singh, G., Gül, M., and Yu, H. (2012). "Energy efficient wall systems for mid-rise wood frame buildings." Proceedings, 11th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies, Vancouver, BC, Canada, Sep. 2–5.

Technical Reports

  1. Al-Hussein, M., Cheng, J. J. R., Ackerman, M., Gül, M., Yu, H., Zaman, H., Singh, G., Mutsuddy, R., and Alrifai, A. (2012). Evaluation of Energy Efficient Wall Systems for Mid-rise Wood Frame Buildings. Final Report to Natural Resources Canada (Value to Wood Program). 59 pages.

Gurjeet Singh

Research Assistant
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
5-362.14 Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering