Recent Quantity Surveying Project Topics and Materials

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ABSTRACT  3D as-built models have been utilized over the years as an aid to several engineering activities and there are conventional survey methods; e.g. Total Station ray method, photogrammetric technique etc., with which the data required for these models are generated. These methods have proven not to be optimal in capturing datasets required... Continue Reading
  • Type:Project
  • ID:QUS0088
  • Pages:143

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ABSTRACT  Construction Management is the art of directing and coordinating human and material resources throughout the life of a construction project by using modern construction management techniques to achieve predetermined objectives of scope, cost, time, and quality and participation satisfaction. Project management in construction... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT Many projects in Uganda and the world over have suffered from cost and time overruns due to factors stemming from poor cost control during the design and project implementation stages. Research aimed at studying the cost control techniques being used in Uganda was done on a selection of 130 contractors involved in the construction of... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT It is interesting to bring to light the demands challenges and development in the twenty-first century the key role of the quantity surveying profession in the economic with emphasis on an appraisal of the quantity surveyor cost control in Nigeria construction industry. The work shall attempt to explore the quantity surveyor who is... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT Deployment of appropriate skills and competencies is crucial and germane to the development and continuous relevance of any profession. In the built environment, the art of selecting the required skills and competencies expected of quantity surveyors and understanding the inherent dependencies between them remains a research issue. The... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT The importance of accurate estimate during the early stage of cost planning of capital project has been widely recognized for many years. Even so, very few quantitative method are available that enable estimators and business managers to objectively evaluate the accuracy of early estimates and planning. The primary purpose of this study... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT Construction industry is a very challenging and complex sector. The ability to control and communicate with various stages, process and parties to meet the project objectives are not an easy job and these responsibilities are on the professionals shoulders. Besides that, the professionals are also facing their own crisis and dilemma as an... Continue Reading

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Abstract The age-less interaction between man and his built environment has always had positive and negative impacts on the two. Environmental disaster of varying origin from man-made to natural is one of the most negative effects of the built environment on man. An assessment of the magnitude of these disasters and an evaluation of the existing... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT Construction projects are complex and risky. According to the literature, even profitable construction companies can fail due to poor cash flow. In order to survive in this rapidly changing environment, effective cash flow management is essential. Many unforeseen factors affect a construction project’s cash flow. The objective of the... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT The importance of estimating process when dealing with construction projects cannot be over- emphasized. That is why, the greatest problem facing Quantity Surveying practice globally is that of achieving a correlation between conceptual estimate and the final project cost which is often used by some employers to determine the efficiency... Continue Reading

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: The construction industry requires continuous evaluation and  formulation of risk management index, but Nigeria is yet to introduce a risk  rating tool for the industry. This paper therefore assessed risk management  practice in Nigeria construction industry and establishes Risk Management  Index (RMI). Structural questionnaire were... Continue Reading

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CHAFTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGRUOND TO THE STUDY According to (Oyediran & Odusami, 2005). The explosive growth of the information andcommunication technology (ICT) has gained unquantified impact on business systemsand   processes.   However,   global   acceptance   and   widespread   adoption   of   ICT   hasaccelerated the... Continue Reading

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CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY   Housing can be defined as buildings or structures that individuals and theirfamily may live in that meet certain federal regulations. Housing provision policiesand approaches have long been implemented in many developing nations in a bid toenhance its affordability as an inevitable human need... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT This study identified the impact of economic recession on public project delivery Ekiti state,Nigeria. Economic recession is a barrier to the completion of a project delivery. Thisisacommonissueencounteredin the construction industry across the globe most especially in the developing countries. Ekiti-State,more than15% of construction... Continue Reading

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ABSTRCT This project aimed purposely at the production of topographic plan of Government technical college idah Kogi State. The following surveying methods are carried out to achieve this project. A reconnaissance surveying of the area to be survey was carried out before other topographical surveying method was carried out total station traversing... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT The project works tends to analyse the environmental impact Assessment of construction works, a case study of the road construction in Oke-Onigbin via Isin LGA of kwara state. Chapter one introduce the topic and the aim and objective, chapter two states the review of related literatures and various effects of construction work and methods... Continue Reading

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ABSTRACT    The need for the Nigerian construction industry to move away from the traditional forms of project procurement and embrace project management services cannot be over emphasized.  This is as a result of the importance of capital projects to the development of a young nation.  This study investigated the impact of project management... Continue Reading

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Abstract The construction industry is so hierarchical and fragmented in nature that some of the major participants do not consider themselves to be part of the same industry (Hindle, 2000).  This requires close coordination among a large number of specialized but interdependent organizations and individuals to achieve the cost, time and quality... Continue Reading

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Research aim and objective Research question Research hypothesis Delimitation and Scope of the study Definition of Terms4 Chapter Two: Literature Review  The Construction Industry 6        Culture 6 Quality 8 Key performance indicators (KPI)9 Quality Culture9      Element of quality culture  Factors affecting the maintenance of quality... Continue Reading

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TABLE OF CONTENT Title page                                                                       i Certification                                                                   ii... Continue Reading

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Title page Certification Dedication Acknowledgment Abstract Table of contents List of Maps List of Tables List of Figures List of Plate’s CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction 1-2 1.2 Statement of problems 2 1.3 Aims of the project 3 1.4 Objective of the study 3 1.5 Justification 3-4 1.6 Scope and Limitation 4 1.7 Project... Continue Reading

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CHAFTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGRUOND TO THE STUDY According to (Oyediran & Odusami, 2005). The explosive growth of the information andcommunication technology (ICT) has gained unquantified impact on business systemsand processes. However, global acceptance and widespread adoption of ICT hasaccelerated the dimensions of competition not only... Continue Reading

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CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Housing can be defined as buildings or structures that individuals and theirfamily may live in that meet certain federal regulations. Housing provision policiesand approaches have long been implemented in many developing nations in a bid toenhance its affordability as an inevitable human need... Continue Reading

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CHAFTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGRUOND TO THE STUDY According to (Oyediran & Odusami, 2005). The explosive growth of the information andcommunication technology (ICT) has gained unquantified impact on business systemsand processes. However, global acceptance and widespread adoption of ICT hasaccelerated the dimensions of competition not only... Continue Reading

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CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Housing can be defined as buildings or structures that individuals and theirfamily may live in that meet certain federal regulations. Housing provision policiesand approaches have long been implemented in many developing nations in a bid toenhance its affordability as an inevitable human need... Continue Reading
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