Daniel's interests focuses on the use of interdisciplinary skills to improve value, adaptation and productivity of horizontal civil infrastructure systems.

His research group focuses on leveraging modern technologies and methods to improve the construction, maintenance, and management of horizontal infrastructure in New Zealand. While having published and represented the university in several international journals and conferences, Daniel also works with local New Zealand contractors to optimise construction and maintenance processes. Internationally, Daniel consults with multiple groups including the World Bank, developing transportation asset management strategies for developing countries. 

 Specific areas of interest  include: 

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For my pre-production papers, collaborations and  projects see  my  Research Gate Profile 


Journal Articles

Peer Reviewed Conference Contributions - Published

Industry Publications 

Theses / Dissertations