Dr Andrew Agapiou lectures at Strathclyde University, Department of Architecture. He is also currently Director of Research in the Architecture School. He delivers Professional Studies lectures to both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in Architecture. He also lectures Arbitration Law as part of Strathclyde University's LLM Construction Law postgraduate programme. Dr Agapiou has academic qualifications in Construction Management, Construction Law and also Mediation. He has also successfully completed Doctoral Studies and has actively publish his work widely, both nationally and internationally. He is a Member of the Editorial Board of the US-China Law Review and the Journal of Architecture and Civil Engineering. Andrew has also been on a number of International Conference Planning and Review Committees. He has a growing reputation within profession circles and has recently been appointed to a number of prominent positions, reflecting his interests in the legal aspects of the Built Environment. Andrew is active in professional architectural field reflected in appointments to the Board of the Architects Professional Examination Authority Scotland, Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland Education Committee and a Member, Professional Conduct Panel, Royal Institute of British Architects. In addition to being a chartered member of the institute of arbitrators, he is a registered mediator and has been involved in a range of cases including commercial, construction and property-related disputes. He is a Panel Member on the North Lanarkshire Small Claims Mediation Service. His expertise has also been recognised by the Scottish Mediation Network and has recently been appointed as a Trustee. Dr Agapiou is also part of the developing academic community researching Construction Mediation, and is Joint Co-ordinator of CIB Task Group on Construction Mediation Practice (TG89).
I am quite a sporty, outdoorsy person and when I am not at the gym; Hill Walking is one of my passions. Over the last two years, walked the West Highland Way and the Skye Trail, and climbed Ben Nevis along with my partner, Fiona.