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  • 1. A BIBLIOGRAPHIC SURVEY ON TYPES OF LIBRARIES IN NIGERIA (2004 – 2010)

    » ABBREVIATION AND MEANING ASSO – Association BLS – Bachelor Library Science CET – Central Education Technology COMM – Community ed – Edited edu. – Education IFLA – International Federal of Library Association Inform – Information Jour – Journal Lang – Language Lib – Library MLS – Master in Library Science Nig – Nigeria NL...Continue Reading »

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  • 2. PROJECT TIME CONTROL IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.

    » INTRODUCTION Construction has turned into an ever more complex mesh of relationships between increasingly accelerating processes, decisions and actions. At the same time, however, there is a development toward sustainable Just as any other project, a construction project includes certain development phases that differ from each other in terms of the amount of time and financial funds needed for th...Continue Reading »

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  • 3. COMPARISON OF THE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE PRODUCED WITH COARSE AGGREGATE IN DIFFERE...

    » INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND Aggregates are very important constituent in construction work. They reduce shrinking, give body to concrete and effect economy. (Shetty, 2005). In road construction, aggregates are combined with asphalt binding medium to form a compound material. It can also be use with a stabilizer or by self for base and sub base courses.Aggregates are used in almost all construction...Continue Reading »

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  • 4. CONSTRUCTION OF A WOODEN BOOKSHELF.

    » INTRODUCTIONA bookshelf or bookcase is a furniture with horizontal shelves, used to store books. Wood stall remains the chide construction material used in the construction of thus bookshelf, although a transport glass is used for covering parts of the bookshelf to avoid intruders from having access to the equipment and books to be stored in the bookshelf.Bookshelf is mainly used for storing books...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  -1 engagements | 

  • 5. EFFECTS OF SALT WATER ON CONCRETE.

    » ABSTRACT This project is carried out to know the effects of salt water on concrete. Salt water has salinity of about 3.5%. in that, about 78% is sodium chloride and 15% is chloride and sulphate of magnesium. The result gotten from the experiment being carried out shows different result from the mix design, casting, curing and crushing of different dates of each cubes. The compressive strength of e...Continue Reading »

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  • 6. INVESTIGATION INTO CAUSES OF BUILDING COLLAPSE IN NIGERIA.

    » INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUNDBuilding can be explained as a structural that provides shelter to lives and properties, it could be a school, church, shop, or factory that has roof, walls. A lot of building specifically in Port Harcourt and Lagos state have collapsed and thereby causing a huge economic waste and lost of lives of people and properties. Building failure can be defined as the collapse of...Continue Reading »

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  • 7. INVESTIGATION INTO ASCERTAIN THE CAUSES OF FAILURE AND PRESENT TRAFFIC CAPACITY ...

    » ABSTRACT The essence of this project work is to look into the causes of highway failure and the different types of failure which are presented along the Eliozu New Airport road in Obio/Akpor L.G.A in River state, taken as a case study. Some factors identify as being responsible for the failure of the chosen road section includes, poor sub grade soil with questionable material. Ground water study i...Continue Reading »

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  • 8. ROAD DETERIORATION.

    » ABSTRACT This project report is a study carried out to determine the causes and remedies to road deterioration. A case study of Naze Junction to Futo Gate Road, this study talks about the existence and development of tacks, researches made to discover the causes and remedies of road deterioration, the road structure/road maintenances. This project covers the methods used to determine the cause of ...Continue Reading »

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  • 9. ASSESSMENT OF THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF HYDROLOGIC CYCLE TO THE WATER QUALITY PROFILE...

    » ABSTRACT This Research or project is on the Assessment of the contributions of the hydrologic cycle to the water quality profile of Otamiri River. Since the quality of the River is polluted by the waste from different sources. This project or research which its objective is to find out exactly the contributions of the hydrologic cycle to the water quality of otamiri river and the health implicatio...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  -1 engagements | 

  • 10. EFFLUENT IMPACT ON WATER QUALITY.

    » ABSTRACT This project work was aimed at determining the effect of effluent on Aba River. This became pertinent owing to the fact that companies discharge their effluent into the river without treatment. Four different samples were collected from four locations and analyzed, which include Upstream Sample (A), Unilever Effluent (B), Nigeria Breweries Effluent (C), and Down Stream Sample (D).The resu...Continue Reading »

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  • 11. RELEVANCE OF ROAD TO LIFE AND IT'S ACTIVITIES.

    » GENERAL INTRODUCTIONThe relevance of road to life and its activities cannot be over emphasized.Road is as old as the origin of man and plays a vital role in the life of the people in communities, states, countries. It is quite obvious that life would have been very difficult without the existence of roads. Nigeria for instance acknowledged the importance of road such that the local, state and fede...Continue Reading »

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  • 12. STRUCTURAL DETAILING OF A REINFORCED CONCRETE STRUCTURE - DUPLEX.

    » INTRODUCTIONThe work in the construction industry involves the client, the Architect, the Engineer, the quantity surveyor and the builders. A structural project is initiated by the Engineer (Civil Engineer).The process of designing begins with the Engineers appreciation of the client’s requirements. After the specification given to the Engineer by Architect according to the requirement of th...Continue Reading »

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  • 13. STRUCTURAL REINFORCEMENT DETAILING OF A SINGLE STOREY RESIDENTIAL BUILDING WITH ...

    » INTRODUCTIONBefore a designer can relate his requirements dearly in a construction industry, a drawing is to be prepared; this is because the drawing serves as a general means of communication. Thus, the drawing is adopted mostly, then other means of communication in engineering sectors.A structured engineer mostly engages himself in designs on construction of structures. Like roads, bridges, rail...Continue Reading »

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  • 14. GROUNDWATER DEVELOPMENT FOR PORTABLE WATER SUPPLY.

    » ABSTRACT Groundwater hydrology may be defined as the science of the occurrence distribution, and movement of water below the surface of the earth. Geochydrology has an identical connotation, and hydrogeology differs only by its greater emphasis on geology. Utilization of groundwater dates from ancient times, although an understanding of the occurrence and movement of subsurface water as part of th...Continue Reading »

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  • 15. DESIGN OF ROAD PAVEMENTS DESIGNING OF ROAD PAVEMENT LINKING FEDERAL SECRETARIAT ...

    » ABSTRACT This thesis on a project undertaken by the author is aimed at providing explanation of the basic theory of the work of road design and its associated activities also, to cover practical methods of working.In pursuit of the meaningful completion this project a lot of investigation was embarked with principles and practice of road construction. The total distance of route was determined and...Continue Reading »

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  • 16. AN EVALUATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS THAT LEAD TO ABANDONMENT OF PUBLIC BU...

    » ABSTRACT The successful implementation of building projects may be impaired without a good knowledge of the environmental factors that contribute to building projects abandonment and this abandonment makes it difficult to achieve the benefit to be derived from the projects. The aim of the study was to evaluate the environmental factors that lead to abandonment of public building projects, with a v...Continue Reading »

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  • 17. COMPARATIVE OF CONSTRUCTION PROCESSES OF INNOVATIVE AND CONVENTIONAL BUILDING.

    » ABSTRACT Building, civil engineering and heavy engineering projects are major contributions from the construction industry to national development. Buildings occupy the central focus of any infrastructural development and it is constructed to basically provide the citizenry with safe and comfortable enclosure for abode, business and industrial activities in enclosures free from the vagaries of the...Continue Reading »

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  • 18. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AS A FUNCTION OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PERFORMANCE.

    » ABSTRACT Poor performance of construction projects is one of the major cause for concern in the construction industry. Many of the construction projects executed in Nigeria experienced several challenges ranging from simple to complex issues. This paper therefore, examines factors affecting the performance of construction projects, their effects on the economic development and the impact of the fa...Continue Reading »

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  • 19. MODELLING OF COST OVERRUNS IN BUILDING PROJECTS.

    » ABSTRACT Construction of building projects is an endeavour that involves capital expenditure, which is either borrowed or self financed by clients. The expected outcome of such expenditure is value for money, which is usually dictated by project objectives of cost, time and quality. Project cost, as a project objective, is a crucial determinant of project success in the prevailing economic challen...Continue Reading »

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  • 20. EVALUATION OF PROJECT RISK AND THE DETERMINATION OF CONTINGENCY SUM FOR BUILDING...

    » ABSTRACT The construction industry is characterised with inherent risk and uncertainties as a result of its fragmented and competitive nature. This therefore makes it difficult to accurately estimate the cost of construction project. To achieve the objective of having work completed most especially within cost and quality, contingency sum is apportioned to cater for unforeseen items of work that m...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  8 engagements | 

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