Environmental & Physical Sciences

Research Papers/Topics in Environmental & Physical Sciences

A Proposal on Assessment of Risk on Road Projects in Nigeria Construction Industry (A Case Study of Lagos Metropolis)

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Estimating and Budgeting a Medium Scale Building Project A Case Study of a Proposed Departmet of Quantity Surveying at Kwara State.

ABSTRACTThis project, focus on preliminary activities that lead to draft bill of qualities for a propose multi-purpose studio hall, Ilorin. It’s centralized on preparation of bill of qualities for a studio hall and taking offs project.Meanwhile, this is to prepare the construction legation and to understand the construction arrangement between the client and the client and the construction company,TABLE OF CONTENTSTitle page           ...

Taking off Processes and Preparation of an Un-Priced Bill of Quantities (A Case Study of the Proposed Four (4) Bedroom Fully Detached Duplex at Plot 3003a and 3003b Sabonlugbe East Extention

ABSTRACT         Class work alone on measurement of building work is not enough to equipped the student with the required knowledge and skill required on the measurement of building work, it is against this background that the introduction of project work was introduce to expose the student to a practical and theoretical method of taking off of building work apart from class work so as to increase their skill and knowledge in addition to classwork...

Effect of Quality Culture on Building Construction Project in Nigeria: A Case Study Of Kwara State

Research aim and objective Research question Research hypothesis Delimitation and Scope of the study Definition of Terms 4Chapter Two: Literature Review  The Construction Industry 6        Culture 6 Quality 8 Key performance indicators (KPI) 9 Quality Culture 9     Element of quality culture  Factors affecting the maintenance of quality cultureChapter Three: Research Methodol...

Assessment of the Usage of ICT Tool in the Development of Construction Industry in Nigeria (A Case Study of Practicing Firms in Lagos State)

AbstractThe 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 goals of a construction project (Toole, 2003).  Hence, according to Maqsood, (2004), a major construction process demands a heavy excha...

The Impact Of Project Management Services On Building Construction Project (A Case Study Of Ibadan Metropolis)

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 services on building construction. The study is a survey which utilizes cross-sectional design. In all 46 survey questionnaires were administered...

Assessment Of Environmental Impact Of Construction Works (A Case Study Of Road Of Oke-Onigbin Via Isin To Oba Isin L.G.A. In Kwara State)

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 fort mitigating the effect, while methodology and the various means of collecting data- through questionnaires and oral interview  a...

Management Of Mass Housing In Nigeria (A Case Study Of Royal Valley Housing Estate)

AbstractManagement is very essential in all establishments whether private or public. Also, management is very useful in all sector of economy such as Health, Agriculture, Water resources, Power, Works and Communication as well as aviation ministries. Unfortunately we would discover that nearly all our sector of economy failed as a result of lack of proper management despite the fact that we spent a lot of money on these sectors. However, this case also affect the construction industry w...

EFFECT OF BIO FERTILIZER IN ADDITION WITH PHOSPHORUS ON THE GROWTH OF MAIZE

Pot experiments were carried out in the green house of the Soil Science Department, Faculty of Crop Production, Sindh Agriculture University Tandojam in 2017 summer season to determine the effects of different levels of bio fertilizer and single super phosphate (SSP) on maize. The experiments were based on three replications. The treatments used consist of three levels of bio fertilizer (0, 1.5 and 3 gram per pot), three levels of single super phosphate (SSP) (1,...

How To Clean Your Blender In Seconds

Learn how easy it is to clean your blender! Here, we show you the best way of cleaning a blender literary in seconds.One of the most annoying and time-consuming tasks in the kitchen is cleaning your blender. It's pain to take it apart, scrub all of those nooks and crannies, then put it back together again. Additionally, using the wrong products or scrubbing too hard can damage your blender blades. This can leave you with a costly repair at best and a broken appliance at worst. ...

Poor Management of Drainage System in Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria

Abstract:The study examines the Poor Management of Drainage System in Lokoja Kogi State Nigeria the data for this study was gathered from drainage related literature, field observations, journals, newspapers and through the use of questionnaire, oral interview and personal observation. Simple random sampling was adopted to obtain information from the respondents. Two hundred (200) respondents from the sample were interviewed. The finding reveal that drainage system in Lokoja are not adequate ...

Recreational Behaviour Of Kuchi/Ebbo Residents In Lapai Local Government Area Of Niger State, Nigeria

Abstract: Recreation as an activity voluntarily undertaken for pleasure, fun, relaxation, exercise, self expression or release from boredom and tension, e.g. visiting areas such as parks, lakes, rivers, forest or engaging in different exercises such as trekking, hunting, camping and also indoor recreational facilities such as cinema, club house, gymnasium, casino and cultural centres. This paper deals with recreational behaviour of Kuchi and Ebbo in Lapai Local Government Area of Niger State ...

Influence of Building Envelope Design on Indoor Thermal Comfort of Office Workers in Enugu, Nigeria

AbstractClimate Change and global warming are problems that result to an increase in indoor temperature especially in the tropical region. The adverse effect of rise in temperature has increased the need for indoor cooling in order to improve comfort for building occupants. Building envelope separates indoor spaces from outdoor spaces and is also capable of improving indoor comfort through appropriate balance of passive and active techniques. The contemporary concern is on how to improve the ...

Biodiversity and National Development in Nigeria: Potentials and Challenges

Nigeria boasts a very rich biome which places the Nation amongst the few Nations with an almost complete Natural diversity. However, this diversity has not been protected as supposed in recent years, and this article exposes the many potentials and challenges faced by the Nigerian Biodiversity, in relation to National Development.It is common knowledge that the Nigerian biome hosts a large proportion of the world's biodiversity and this means that the circumstances of the Nigerian biome becom...

Live Captures And The International Trade In Small Cetacean Species From Japan

AbstractIn October 2007 CITES Secretariat Willem Wijnstekers issued a statement in response to numerous requests calling for CITES to intervene in the trade of live dolphins. Mr. Wijnstekers stated in his response that CITES had not been presented with any evidence demonstrating that the required NDF’s were inadequate for such exports. Furthermore, he stated that CITES had not been furnished with evidence to show that such exports were having a detrimental impact on wild dolph...


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