Fope Bademosi

Circular Economy and Construction Researcher



Fope Bademosi is a Circular Economy and Construction Researcher at Autodesk. Her research focuses on construction sustainability and circularity, net zero construction, and the industrialization of construction. With more than eight years of experience in the construction industry, she is a true advocate for integrating technology to revolutionize construction processes and achieve sustainable solutions that tackle pressing global issues. Fope is also an educator who shares her knowledge and experience with others. She received her PhD in Design, Construction, and Planning with a construction management concentration from the University of Florida in 2019. She previously taught at the Wentworth Institute of Technology as an assistant professor in the Construction Management program.

Outside of her research work, she is passionate about sharing her expertise and experience with others. She is dedicated to making a difference in students’ lives and encouraging the next generation of construction professionals. She is actively involved in educational outreach, working with pre-college and college students to inspire and guide them on their career paths by shedding light on the exciting opportunities available within the construction industry.

In her free time, Fope is an avid reader with a particular interest in the works of Stephen King. She also indulges her sweet tooth as a novice ice cream connoisseur, always on the hunt for new and exciting flavors. Beyond her professional pursuits, Fope is a dedicated volunteer at Cradles to Crayons Boston and is a champion for educational equity.




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