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Impact of efficient labour management on construction project delivery in Nigeria

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Estate Management & Valuation, Federal Polytechnic Bida, Niger State

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 8, Issue (3), Pages 19-21, September,6 (2019)

Abstract

This work examines the influence of labour management in construction industries of Nigeria with a view to achieving affordable investments, low rate in delay of contract and value for money. The high rate poor project delivery in construction industry in Nigeria, which at times is as a result of inefficient labour management needed for the project and component labour management tools to arrest the ugly trend of project failures is having serious effects on the economic growth of the country. The study was therefore guided by some research questions, which it sought to answer using a well structure questionnaire distributed to respondents. It was therefore recommended that relevant and professionally qualified contractors should be involved in projects to ensure that there is strict work programme, proper work amongst others.

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