Hasnanywati Hassan (Sr Dr.)
Sr Dr. Hasnanywati Hassan has chartered a distinct career path as a senior lecturer and was later appointed as a Chairman of Quantity Surveying programme and Chairman of the Royal Institution of Surveyors Malaysia Northern Branch (RISMNB) and Council Member of RISM in the same year. In January 2016 she was appointed as a Cluster Chair of Economics and Construction.
After holding a position as a Senior Lecturer for 3 years, she was then appointed as Chairman of the Quantity Surveying Programme where the degree of responsibility include teaching, research and administrative aspects covering implementing new ideas, obtaining accreditation status from three professional bodies i.e. Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia (BQSM), Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS), formulating budgeting, distribution of workloads and other areas of human resources that also include students affairs. She has published close to 40 articles in national and international journals and book chapters and has secured research grants at the university and national levels. Nationally, she has secured grants from the Ministry of Higher Education and National Real Estate Research Coordinator (NAPREC) under the Valuation Department.
In January 2016, she was appointed as Chair for Economics and Construction Cluster aligned with the School of Housing Building and Planning’s restructuring policy to merge all its seven programmes. She is responsible for managing two programmes i.e. Quantity Surveying and Construction Management. Some of her roles and responsibilities as Cluster Chair is to coordinate collaboration between the respective academic programmes by creating new courses i.e. Building Information Modelling (BIM) and sharing teaching workloads for new courses, merging of exiting similar/related courses. Apart from collaboration, she is responsible to coordinate administrative tasks relating to the respective clusters i.e. academic time table of various programmes, space allocation, plan, coordinate career talks, assisting Dean and Deputy Deans in various administrative tasks and developing niche areas between clusters.
Whilst in RISMNB from July 2014- June 2015, she had approximately 500 professional members in her helm comprising of Land Surveyors, Quantity Surveyors, Estate Valuers & Agencies and Building Surveyors from three different states in Northern region namely Penang, Kedah and Perlis. She was the youngest Chairman to ever hold the position and carried such responsibilities in the surveying affairs locally and internationally. An inaugural technical visit to Langkawi Island, Langkawi Authority Development (LADA) and other development sites in Langkawi i.e. Perdana Quay and Telaga Harbour was successfully carried out. She also successfully undertook the follow-up visit to the orphanage, Teratak Rahmat in Perlis during Ramadhan month to replenish RISM’s library with more quality books and spend some quality time with the orphanages.
Prior joining HBP, she was involved in various construction projects throughout Malaysia and rendered her consultancy services through construction of a number of education buildings i.e schools, colleges and universities, laboratories, religious buildings, army camps, army quarters, renovation and extension works, rehabilitation, refurbishment, Penang International Airport extension and upgrading works, private residential and public housing.
She wears many hats as a women in a day. A mother, a wife, a sister, a daughter, a friend, a cook, a cluster chair and perceive herself as a creative and well-balanced person.
As Principal Researcher
1. Heritage Buildings: Renewal Approach in the Preparation of Tender Document. Ministry of Higher Education, RM91,000.00, 2013 – 2015
2. A Model of Working From Home (WFH) Concept in Malaysian Construction Industry, Fundamental Research Grant Scheme, Ministry of Higher Education, RM50,000.00, 2011 – 2013
3. The role of strategic planning in quantity surveying firms Incentive Research Grant, USM, RM5,000.00, 2011-2012
1. Green Construction: Developer’s Expectation, Experience and Future Action, Exploratory Research Grant Scheme, Ministry of Higher Education, RM50,000.00, 2011 – 2013 (co- researcher)
2. Government’s Role Towards House Price Mechanism, NAPREC grant, RM141,700.00 (co-researcher), 2013 - 2014
1. Soon Lam Tat, The readiness model of consultants towards Building Information Modelling in Malaysian Construction Industry. Main Supervisor: Sr Dr. Hasnanywati Hassan Co-Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nazirah Zainul Abidin.
(i) Master Degree (Research)
1. Nurul Adila Saludin (2015), Homeworking for Quantity Surveying Employment. Main supervisor: Sr Dr. Hasnanywati Hassan Co-Supervisor: Dr. Norliza Karia.
2. Nur Azila Adros (2014) Competitive Strategy in Quantity Surveying Firms. Main supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nazirah. Co-Supervisor: Sr Dr. Hasnanywati Hassan
1. Nur Auji Athirah Hisham, QS Knowledge and Involvement in Building Conservation Works in Main supervisor: Sr Dr. Hasnanywati Hassan. Co-Supervisor: Prof. A. Ghafar Ahmad
FINAL YEAR QUANTITY SURVEYING DISSERTATION (RQL 370)
2014/2015 - 7 students (Work in Progress)
1. Eunice Hong Zhe Leen (2015). Quantity Surveying Studies Work Values of Young Graduates in Malaysian Construction Industry.
2. Ong She Qin (2015) Distress During Internship in Small Firms.
3. Tan Chen Huan (2015). Local Construction Workforce Shortage: Perspective of the Vocational Graduates and Undergraduates towards the Industry
4. Tang Zhi Hong (2015).Implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
5. Zulaikha Binti Zuhairi (2015).Waste Management in Construction Companies
6. Hazirah Binti Manan (2015). The role of Quantity Surveyors in Oil and Gas Industry.
7. Safiqa Binti Adam (2015). Bidding strategy in Design and Build Projects.
2013/2014 - 3 students
1. Lim Wan Ling (2014) Affordability of Owning properties in Penang, Malaysia Among New Graduates.
2. Wan Wei Lynn (2014) Enablers That Support Malaysian Quantity Surveying Firms to Succeefully Export Their Services.
3. Won Huey Si (2014). Implementtaion of Environmental Management System (EMS) in Small and medium Sized Construction Firms in Malaysia
2012/2013 - 5 students
1. Teo Sin Yee (2013). The Effective Communication Method in Construction Industry
2. Nur Khalisa Binti Mohd Abdul Razak (2013). Learning Styles Among Quantity Surveying (QS) Undergraduate Students in Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM).
3. Shah Hazalin Binti Ismail (2013). Knowledge of Quantity Surveyor in materials, Construction and Management For the Bulding Conservation.
4. Tan Syntze (2013). An Investigation of Work Empowerment Within the Quantity Surveying Firms: Employees Expectation
5. Wee Eng Sing (2013). The Readiness of Quantity Surveying Firms on teleworking
2011/2012 - 4 students
1. Nur Nazihah Binti Mohamad (2012). A Study of Gated Community and Guarded Neighbourhood in Penang.
2. Wan Asmaa Binti Wan Alim (2012). The Usage of Industrialised Building Systems (IBS) In Construction Projects In Kelantan.
3. Faeizatul Nadia Binti Ahmad Azwan (2012). Accessibility for Disabled Students in Primary Schools in Penang.
4. Nur Auji Athirah (2012). Slope Protection: A Case Study at Horizon Tower, Tanjung Bungah and RST Compex, USM.
13. Ali,A.S., Rahmat,I.& Hassan,H.(2008).Involvement of key design participants in refurbishment design process, Facilities. Emerald, UK. Vol. 26 No. 9/10, 389-400 ISSN:0263-2772 (Scopus database)
1. Hasnanywati Hassan (2012). The role of strategic planning in the performance of quantity surveying firms, Bulletin of Research & Community Engagement (BRaCE), HBP, 2(1), 19-24
2. Azlan Shah Ali, Ismail Rahmat & Hasnanywati Hassan (2009). Coordination Devices in Managing The Design Process of Refurbishment Projects. The Professional Journal of The Institution of Surveyors Malaysia, Vol 44 No 4, 22-27.
Chapter In Research Book
CHAPTER IN A BOOK (IN-LINE FOR PUBLISHING)
1. Hasnanywati Hassan (2015) Quantity Surveyor. In Main Actors in the Built Environment, USM Press, Pulau Pinang.
2. Suraiyati Abdul Rahman and Hasnanywati Hassan (2015), Research Framework: Conceptual and Theoretical Framework In Research Methodology in Built Environment, USM Press, Pulau Pinang.
1. Hasnanywati Hassan, Ernawati Mustafa Kamal and Atasya Osmadi (2014) Young Graduates and Homeless, a right match? An insight into Penang Properties, 7th International Real Estate Research Symposium (IRERS), National Institute of Valuation (INSPEN), Kuala Lumpur, 29-30th April. 14 pages
2. Ernawati Mustafa Kamal, Hasnanywati Hassan and Atasya Osmadi (2014) Government’s Role Towards Home Ownership, 7th International Real Estate Research Symposium (IRERS), National Institute of Valuation (INSPEN), Kuala Lumpur, 29-30th April. 10 pages
3. Nurul Adilah Saludin, Norliza Karia and Hasnanywati Hassan (2013) Nature of Works and IT Literate in construction industry and its relation to Working From Home (WFH) (2013), In International Conference on Information and Social Science 2013, Nagoya, Japan 24-26th September 2013, 1054-1059
4. Nur Azila Adros, Nazirah Zainul Abidin, Hasnanywati Hassan, Nor’Aini Yusof(2011), Enhancing Competitive Edge: Quantity Surveying Firms in Global Market, in Proceeding of The Quantity Surveying International Convention, Penang, Malaysia, 11 – 12 October, 85 – 92.
5. Hasnanywati Hassan and Azlan Raofuddin Nuruddin (2011), Working From Home (WFH) Concept for Quantity Surveying Employment, In proceeding of Quantity Surveying International Convention, 11 – 12 October, Penang, Malaysia, pp 128 – 135.
1. Hasnanywati Hassan (2008),Examining Strategic Planning in Malaysian Quantity Surveying Firms in 12th Annual Congress Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS) 2008, Edmonton, Alberta Canada, 16-18 June.
4. Azlan, S.A., Ismail, R. & Hasnanywati, H. (2007), Uncertainty in the design process of refurbishment projects: A partial correlation approach. 3rd Asean Post Graduate Seminar 2007, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of Malaya Kuala Lumpur, 3-5 December.
5. Hasnanywati Hassan (2007), Managerial Capabilities in Quantity Surveying Firms and Its Relation to Strategic Planning in International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC) 2007, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 3-4 December.
6. Hasnanywati Hassan (2007), Strategic Planning in the Malaysian Construction Industry, Quantity Surveying International Convention (QSIC) 2007, Crowne Plaza Mutiara Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, 4-5 September.
7. Hasnanywati Hassan (2007), Quantity Surveying Organizational Structures and Its Relation to Strategic Planning Management in Construction Researchers Association (MiCRA) 2007, Universiti Teknologi Mara Shah Alam, 28-29 August.
8. Hasnanywati Hassan (2006), Strategic Decision Making within the Malaysian Quantity Surveying Firms in Quantity Surveying National Convention (QSNC) 2006, Sheraton Subang, Selangor, 4-5 September
Conference Presentation (oral and poster)
1. Hasnanywati Hassan, Ernawati Mustafa Kamal and Atasya Osmadi (2014) Young Graduates and Homeless, a right match? An insight into Penang Properties, 7th International Real Estate Research Symposium (IRERS), National Institute of Valuation (INSPEN), Kuala Lumpur, 29-30th April.
2. Ernawati Mustafa Kamal, Hasnanywati Hassan and Atasya Osmadi(2014) Government’s Role Towards Home Ownership, 7th International Real Estate Research Symposium (IRERS), National Institute of Valuation (INSPEN), Kuala Lumpur, 29-30th April.
3. Nurul Adilah Saludin, Norliza Karia and Hasnanywati Hassan (2013) Nature of Works and IT Literate in construction industry and its relation to Working From Home (WFH) (2013), In International Conference on Information and Social Science 2013, Nagoya, Japan 24-26th September 2013
4. Hasnanywati Hassan, Azlan Shah Ali and Azlan Raofuddin Nuruddin (2011), Understanding the Working From Home Concept in Built Environment at 2nd International Conference on the Constructed Environment, 29 - 30 October, University Center, Chicago, USA.
5. Hasnanywati Hassan (2008),Examining Strategic Planning in Malaysian Quantity Surveying Firms in 12th Annual Congress Pacific Association of Quantity Surveyors (PAQS) 2008, Edmonton, Alberta Canada, 16-18 June.
1. Hasnanywati Hassan (2007), Quantity Surveying Organizational Structures and Its Relation to Strategic Planning Management in Construction Researchers Association (MiCRA) 2007, Universiti Teknologi Mara Shah Alam, 28-29 August.
2. Hasnanywati Hassan (2007), Managerial Capabilities in Quantity Surveying Firms and Its Relation to Strategic Planning in International Conference on Built Environment in Developing Countries (ICBEDC) 2007, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 3-4 December.
Field of Specialisation : QUANTITY SURVEYING, STRATEGIC PLANNING, FIRM’S PERFORMANCE, ORGANIZATION SUSTAINABILITY & REVOLUTION AND CONSERVATION
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