Georgios Pardalis

Georgios Pardalis

Research assistant
Department of Built Environment and Energy Technology Faculty of Technology
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Georgios Pardalis is a PhD candidate at the Department of Built Environment & Energy Technology at Linnaeus University in Sweden. He has also been a visiting PhD student at the Technological University of Eindhoven (Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences). He has many years of working experience in subjects related to Quality Control and Assurance, Design Management and Project Management in infrastructure projects. Georgios has been a founding member of International Project Management Association (IPMA) Young Crew Sweden, and currently is a mentor for new members. Moreover, he has actively participated in various projects related to improvement of well-being in Africa and South-East Asia, under the Engineers Without Borders organization.

He holds a Bachelors degree in Building Engineering and Architecture (Greece), and two Masters of Science in International Project Management (Industrial Management & Economics) and Design & Construction Project Management (Civil & Environmental Engineering) from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden.


The goal of Georgios' research is the development and implementation of a Product-Service-System (under the name One-Stop-Shop) to address the renovation needs of detached and semi-detached houses. His research aims to identify the market opportunities for such a system (having Sweden as country of reference) and examine the characteristics and relationships between the different actors in the renovation market, both from the supply and demand side. Moreover, Georgios' research aims to contribute to the empowerment of collaborations between micro-, small-, and medium-sized enterprizes in the construction industry.


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