THE QUANTITY SURVEYOR’S ROLES IN COST ASSESSMENT AND REHABILITATION OF ABANDONED PROJECT, Is A Well-Researched Topic, It Is To Be Used As A Guide Or Framework For Your Research. (download in EPUB or PDF format).
The quantity surveyor’s role on cost assessment and rehabilitation in
Awaking of Abandoned Project. One of the major factors against the growth and development of Nigeria’s economy and its construction
industry is the issue of cost assessment and rehabilitation of
the abandoned projects.
Abandoned has eaten so deep into the Nigerian construction industry. An abandoned building represents the loss of a commercial on residential resources, the state of leaving a building permanently uncompleted and if the needs of abandoned buildings are not addressed immediately, time takes a further toll on the structures, making returning the property to use an increasingly expensive and difficult venture. Rehabilitation in the building industry simply means bringing back to normal life after imprisonment.
Wastage of the utilized manpower lost of plant and equipment by
the contractor and experience employee, lowering of living standard
and disappointment of the government. Cost assessment means the
ability of the quantity surveying to evaluate the value, importance or
quality of a particular project it can also be defined as the scope of
the Quantity Survey involvement during the pre-contract and post
contract stage of a project, such as in term valuation, rehabilitation
simply means bringing the building back to the normal stage where it can be of usefulness to the economy. It is used in assessing of abandoned projects and also feasibility studies.
Cost assessment and rehabilitation in construction projects undermine the delivery of infrastructure services. This research is based on the role the Q.s play in the abandonment and rehabilitation of project in Nigerian
construction industry. Awaken – to stop abandoning of the project to stir up the habit of completing the project. In carrying out this research
questionnaires were distributed to professionals like the Q.S, Architect and builders etc as the primary source of data.
A detailed on-site condition evaluation and survey of the building was taken where the office and the site were visited. Why should Q.S be involved in the documentation and monitoring of the project? From the analysis of finding result shows. Causes of construction project abandonment and rehabilitation and inadequate planning, dispute, inadequate fund, wrong estimate, client and contractor bankruptcy, and so on in agreement with Essenwa (2004) and Adedeji (1998).
Conclusion as a developing economy couple with the oil boom and the civil war both government and the non-governmental agency has in the time past rush into large construction project without much consideration of the cost and importance of these projects. I was able to discuss the causes, effects and treated some abandoned projects,s and suggested solutions as to this problem of a pack of cost assessment and rehabilitation of abandoned construction projects.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page i
Table of content v
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of the problem
1.3 research questions
1.4 research hypothesis
1.5 aims and objective
1.6 significance of the study
1.7 Scope and limitation of the study
2.0 Literature Review
2.2 Accessibility Of On-Going Project
2.3 Causes Of Abandonment
2.4 Effect Of Abandonment
2.5 Solution To Abandoned Project
2.6 The Duty Of Quantities Surveyor to Reduce Abandonment
and to Re-start Projects.
3.0 Research Methodology
3.1 Method of Data Collection
3.4 Case Study
4.0 Evaluation and Analysis of Finding
4.1 Experience and Observation of Research
4.2 Analysis of Finding from Case Study
Letter of Request for Interview