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Fashola tasks quantity surveyors on high cost of construction projects

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The minister of power, works & housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola has challenged quantity surveyors to use their skills and knowledge to address the high cost of constructing projects in the country for value maximization. He stated this in Abuja yesterday at the 2019 Annual Assembly of registered QS and induction of newly registered QS and practising firms, organised by the ...

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Fashola orders QSRBN to blacklist unqualified quantity surveyors

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The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has asked the Quantity Surveyors Registration Board of Nigeria to blacklist any quantity surveyor who flouts the ethics of the profession. According to Fashola, many practitioners find it tough to uphold their professional ethics, a development that is impacting negatively on the nation’s economy. The minister, who spoke at the recent ...

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‘Building and Construction sector can help stimulate the economy’

‘Building and Construction sector can help stimulate the economy’

“Building and Construction sector can help stimulate the economy and generate employment on a massive scale, the surveyors have said. “- Daily Trust The Quantity Surveyors Registration Board of Nigeria, QSRBN, stated this  at the 7th Building and Construction Economic Roundtable, BCERT7, held recently in Abuja. The round table was organized to generate ideas from stakeholders in the industry and ...

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QSRBN seeks national construction cost database

QSRBN seeks national construction cost database

“To check corruption induced by inflated project costs in the construction industry, the Quantity Surveyors Registration Board of Nigeria (QSRBN) has called for the establishment of a national construction cost database.”- The Guardian The proposed costing templates will be for all categories of construction projects. Such templates should create a cost bands/ ranges for roads, bridges, railways, public buildings, and ...

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