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Assess the effect of improper use of engineering code of conduct to the construction industry

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CERTIFICATION i
DECLARATION AND COPYRIGTH ii
ABSTRACT iii
Dedication iv
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT v
Table of Contents vi
LIST OF TABLES ix
CHAPTER ONE 1
1.1 Introduction 1
1.2 Motivation statement 3
1.3 Problem statement 5
1.4 Objective of the study 6
1.4.1   Specific objectives 6
1.4.2 Research question 7
1.5 Scope of the project: 7
1.6 Expected outcome of the project 8
CHAPTER TWO 9
2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW 9
2.1 Introduction 9
2.1.1 THE POSSIBILITY OF ENGINEERING CODE OF CONDUCT 10
2.1.2 INTERPRETING A CODE OF CONDUCT 11
2.1.3 WHY OBEY ONE'S PROFESSIONAL CODE? 12
2.1.4 PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES 15
2.2.0 BASIC FUNDAMENTAL 16
2.2.1 RULES OF PRACTICE 17
2.2.2 PROFESSIONAL OBLIGATIONS 20
2.3.0 The roles of construction actors/ stakeholders in   construction industry 26
2.3.1 The Client 26
2.3.2 The Contractor 27
2.3.3 The Consultant 29
2.4.0 Effect of improper use of engineering code of conduct to the construction industry 31
3.0 METHODOLOGY AND DATA COLLECTION 34
3.1 Introduction 34
3.2 Area of study and Sampling procedures 34
3.3 Research Instrument 35
3.4 Sampling and Data collection 36
3.5 Rationale of the research questionnaire 39
3.6 Responses and Data matrix 40
4.0 DATA ANALYSIS, FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION 41
4.1 Introduction 41
4.1.2 Data analysis procedures 41
4.1.3 Research analysis and results. 43
4.1.4 Sex of respondents. 44
4.2.0 Educational  qualification for the respondents. 45
4.2.1 Causes of improper use of engineering code of conduct to the construction industries. 46
4.2.2 The effects of improper use of engineering  code of conduct to the construction industries. 51
4.2.3 The  critical effects  of improper use of  engineering code of conduct to the construction industries. 54
4.2.4 Risk associated with the critical effects of improper use of engineering code of conduct. 57
4.3 The Measure to be Taken to Avoid the Problem Associated With Effects of 62
CHAPTER FIVE 66
5.0 CONCLUSION & RECOMMENDATION 66
5. 1 Introduction 66
5.1.1 Conclusion 66
5.1.2 Recommendation 68
5.1.3 This research is recommending the following 68
5.1.4 Recommendation for capacity building 70
REFERENCES 72
APPENDIX 75

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