Professor Kim also has extensive experience in construction related information technology and the implementation of new technologies to the practice of construction management. Most recently he acted as a liaison between the technology industry and the construction industry to bring practical and time saving solutions to the construction job site.

Interest areas in research and practice:

  • Educational Technology
  • Construction Process Efficiency
  • Construction Automation
  • Construction Cost and Productivity
  • Innovative Technology Applications in Construction
  • 3D Visualization Technologies
  • Construction Project Delivery

Jeff approaches research by exploring solutions to industry issues with practicality and a focus on applicability.

His past research focused on improving spatial visualization ability in construction management students through the use of augmented reality, which has been documented in a Thesis entitled “Assessing the effects of augmented reality on the spatial skills of post-secondary construction management students in the U.S.”

Architecture, Construction
M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, Building Construction and Facilities Management, 2016
B.S., Auburn University, Building Science, 1994