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  • Safety Issues Involving Workers on Building Construction Sites in Nigeria (case study Abuja)

    ABSTRACT

    Safety Issues Involving Workers on Building Construction Sites in Nigeria (case study Abuja). The term Building Worker refers to any personnel engaged in the physical construction of a building. Just like every other occupation they are faced with challenges in performing their duties. The safety of building construction workers on sites is key to achieving success in any project, when these workers are physically healthy work can go on smoothly as virtually all works on site are dependent on the workers for implementation. Numerous building projects are situated in Abuja, Nigeria with little or no attention being paid to safety issues. This research looked into the level of safety implementation of the Construction companies and the level of safety awareness of the workers in Abuja city. 80 questionnaires were issued, 69 (85%) copies were retrieved.

    The findings revealed that building site workers in Nigeria lacked the requisite trainings needed to perform their trades. The Construction company’s practice of not providing the basic safety materials and facilities was also exposed. The older workers were aware of their rights as employees on site. Lack of safety training was the major cause of accidents among the workers with minor injuries being mostly experienced. The Unqualified laborers were most frequently engaged in accidents on the sites. Accidents mainly occurred among workers less than 20 years of age. The Governmental agencies need to step up their enforcement activities in order to adequately protect these workers, the available safety regulations need updating and if possible solely Nigerian regulations should be designed.

     

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  • EXAMINATION OF HOUSING PROBLEMS OF LOW INCOME URBAN FAMILIES FROM 2014-2020. CASE STUDY NNEWI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ANAMBRA STATE

    ABSTRACT

    This project is on Examination of housing problems of low-income urban families from 2014-2020. Case study Nnewi local government area of Anambra state from. The study of housing problems of low income earners was conducted within the Nnewi town, Nnewi local government of Anambra state. The research work is focused on examining the extent in which housing policy strategies of the study area provides affordable housing for lower income urban families. It also presents the empirical evidence of the housing situation of low income households, analyzing the relationship between socially oriented housing policy, its historical and geographical context and its consequences. Both direct measures of the housing affordability circumstances of low income households and evidence drawn from previous research of the kind and extent of affordability-related problems in the study area are drawn on for the analysis.

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  • AN EVALUATION OF THE CAUSES OF ABANDONED PUBLIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN ABUJA

    ABSTRACT

    This research work is on an evaluation of the causes of abandoned public development projects in Abuja. Abandonment of development projects (ACP) is considered one of the most common and serious problems plaguing the Abuja development industry given the number and the value of the projects involved. It affects not only the immediate purchasers but also other project players and the general public. Sometimes it also involves expending public fund to revive abandoned projects. Yet, research is scarce on this issue; hence this research was conducted to investigate  the  problems.  Firstly  the  issues  surrounding  the  problem  and existing literature on the causes of ACP are reviewed. Then, potential causes of ACP are also reviewed and summarized into 41 items to be rated in an industry wide questionnaire survey. The questionnaire also includes an open-ended question on suggestions to solve ACP. 225 questionnaire responses were received. Subsequently, a series of ten semi-structured interviews were conducted to obtain detailed opinions from experienced players in the industry concerning  the  causes  of  ACP  and  how  to  solve  the  problems.  The interviewees include architects, developers, property consultants, the honorary secretary general of the National House Buyers Association etc. to ensure a comprehensive view was obtained. Quantitative analyses include ranking of the 41 potential causes of ACP with Spearman’s ranking correlation between different groups of respondents, and factor analysis with Cronbach’s α reliability analysis. Qualitative analyses include organizing into themes the results of the open ended question on solving ACP and the results of the semi- structured interviews. Discussions include interpreting the underlying factors extracted from factor analysis in light of the qualitative results. The results show the owner to be mainly responsible for ACP (i.e. cash flow problems, incompetence,  siphoning  out  of  money,  etc.),  followed  by  the  role  of government regulations. A risk management expert system module within BIM, a middle ground solution between the sell-then-build and build-then-sell schemes, and others are proposed.

     

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