Daniel Adjokatcher is currently a Quantity Surveyor in the University of Health and Allied Sciences under the Works and Physical Development Directorate.
Daniel Adjokatcher graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), where he obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in Building Technology in 2009 and a Master of Science degree in Procurement Management in 2014. He holds a Certificate in Project Management from the Institute of Commercial Management (ICM)-UK. Prior to joining UHAS, Daniel Adjokatcher worked with Several Construction and Consultancy companies including Ofori-Nti & Associates, where he worked as an Assistant Quantity Surveyor on a number of projects for both public and private sector clients.
He was engaged by Berock Ventures Limited to provide quantity surveying services for the construction of an HFC Bank funded town housing project as well as a 10-storey Ghana Shippers Authority head office building. Upon the successful execution of those projects, he got an appointment with China Railway No. 5 Engineering Limited (CR5) as a project coordinator for the construction of a 60-Bed capacity hospital in Tepa, Ashanti Region.
He was subsequently engaged by Construction Logistics Ghana Limited as a Project Manager for the Construction of Various facilities for the Ada Technical School. He was responsible for the entire project planning, monitoring and control in relation to quality, cost and time. He executed his work with passion and high standards to the admiration of all and was named the overall best worker of the company in 2016.
His research interest is in the areas of Public Project Finance through the various private sector participation modules.