Mr. Ainomugisha Safiki academic staff profile

DesignationDepartment of Construction Economics & Management
Research InterestsSustainable construction materials, Green buildings, Value engineering, and Construction management.
Courses TaughtCost and value engineering, Professional practice, procedure and ethics in management, Facilities management and
Telephone Number+256701987760 and +256774987770
Office Number4022
Publications and/or Research PapersANOMUGISHA, Safiki; NICHOLAS, Abitegeka. Groundnut Shell Ash and Fly Ash Ternary Blended Cement in Making Plaster for Sustainable Construction. International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering Innovation, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 3, p. 44-57, oct. 2020.
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Ainomugisha, S., Edwin, B., & Annet, B. (2021). Utilization of Sugarcane Bagasse Ash from Power Co-generation Boilers as a Supplementary Cementitious Material. East African Journal of Science, Technology and Innovation, 2(2).

Safiki, A., Joseph, T., Thomas, O., & Annette, B. (2021). Utilisation of Plastifying and Fluxing
Wastes of Plastics and Eggshell Powder in Manufacture of EcoFriendly Floor Tiles. Journal of
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering, 6(1), 13.

Impact of road infrastructure equipment on the environment and surroundings N.
Robinah; A. Safiki; O. Thomas; B. Annette Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript,
Available Online from 04 September 2021.

Zalwango Teddy, Bazairwe Annette, Safiki Ainomugisha. “Blending Lime with Sugarcane
Bagasse Ash for Stabilizing Expansive Clay Soils in Subgrade”. Journal of Engineering and
Technological Sciences. Available on:

Accepted for publication and in press
Sahid, M. Nur; Safiki, Ainomugisha; Solikin, Mochamad. “Building design variables Usage as a
Tool of Value Engineering During Designing”, MATEC Web of Conferences (ISSN: 2261-236X)
December 2016: accessed on
Work Experience/Employment Record/Skills/Responsibilities HeldPeriod : January 2017 to date
Job Title : Part-time Assistant Lecturer
Employer : Kyambogo University
Reporting to : Head of Department Lands and Architectural studies
Duties and Responsibilities
 Teaching of undergraduate students
 Conducting Research & Innovation
 Supervision of students’ research projects
 Community outreach programs
 Examining undergraduate students
 Perform any other related duties as may be assigned by the Head of Department.
Scholarship AwardsKNB Indonesian government merit scholarship