Specialty: Life-cycle built facilities design, planning and management focused on how to better design, build and operate manageable and serviceable facilities through their life-cycles from cradle to cradle, recycle or reuse.
Worked as chartered architect and senior project manager through the 80s, 90s, and 2000s, and still continues in collaboration with DIA-Ebenezer international for sustainable architecture and building projects. Involved in the design and delivery of hundreds of built projects – residential, industrial, recreational, institutional, commercial, etc. across continents in Africa, Australia, and North America.
Currently works on Bendors Power System (BPS) for renewable generation, storage, and supply of electrical energy (Visit the Bendors Power System (BPS) page on the EMU site), and Space Design Efficiency Computing (SpaceDEC) – a computer application that assesses architectural facilities space planning and design for efficiency and effectiveness attainments, and can be consulted while spaces are being designed or used by owners and facility managers to analyze, compare and choose or revise space design options.
BPS is a ground-breaking, gaming-changing system. With BPS, appropriately compressed air is stored and released at a controlled pressure and velocity to drive a specially built combination of fans and alternators to synergistically generate electrical power literally continuously. This concept will constitute about the most renewable energy and power generation system ever known to man that can overcome most shortcomings and prohibitive first and maintenance costs of other systems such as micro-hydro power, solar, wind turbine, geothermal power plants (hot rock geothermal) and other renewable and non-renewable energy systems. With BPS, location and climatic conditions will no longer be a factor in electricity generation or siting of generation points. There will be no more need for batteries or similar maintenance-prone storage systems, no more hefty dams, no more need for topography-challenging penstocks, no more need for polluting energy sources such as coal and oil, no more need for falling water and damming of rivers, no more threatening of aquatic habitat and life, no more need for nuclear sources for power generation, no more compressing of liquefied natural gas, no more waiting for tidal waves to come, no more waiting for fossil fuels or gases to form over millions of years, no more robbing plant resources and/or food sources to produce biomass and ethanol for fuel! Transmission grids and such expensive distribution means will become irrelevant or unnecessary just as what happened to telegraph poles with the advent of modern communication technology. BPS provides customizable simple solutions that will be game-changing and ground-breaking in their simplicity and applicability to a variety of users and uses in developed, developing, and underdeveloped nations. BPS can be sized to various load needs. Development will continue on the application of the BPS technology to all driven, ridden, sailing (boats, ships, submarines, etc.), and flying vehicles, automobiles, equipment and motors, power tools such as nail guns, regular guns, gymnastic equipment, medical equipment, all powered industrial and manufacturing systems, domestic equipment, water pumping, power wheelchairs, lawn mowers, tractors, etc.
2008, LEED Accredited Professional
2004, #01-566 EESA-NCARB/NAAB
2004, AIA, Associate Member
1998, Facility Management Association of Australia (FMA)
1997, Architects Accreditation Council of Australia (AACA) of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (RAIA)
1991, Architects Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON), 967th Licensed Architect and Serial Seal Number since 1991
1991, Nigerian Institute of Architects (MNIA), 1001th registered member