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Mjengo Chronicles: Stuck in a Rut

It’s the third time in a row I’m forgetting to eat lunch this week. Those who know me in person understand just why this is a cause for alarm. 899 more words

Writing

Demistifying the Quantity Surveyor

Quantity Surveying is what affords me the internet bundles to run this blog. It’s what I spent 4 years in a campus in the heart of Nairobi’s CBD studying. 468 more words

Career

Dan: Oops...

It’s been a while since the last blog, but things have been crazy. My responsibilities at work have increased, so I’ve been working longer, and it’s harder to find the time to study. 256 more words

Science & Technology Students

Certificate in Quantity Surveying - April 2015 @ Dubai, AbuDhabi, Sharjah, AlAin, Ruwais

Certificate in Quantity Surveying

CMTI offers certificate in Quantity surveying training program for Quantity Surveyors, Estimators, Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Architects , Interior Designers. The course aimed to impart necessary knowledge to become a quantity surveyors and participants will be getting a certificate after successfully passing the examination from an international… 85 more words

CMTI

WELCOME

I welcome you most sincerely to our blog with the provisional title of ‘Quantity Surveyors Digest’ aimed at educating,  informing and discussing Quantity Surveying issues.  Your contributions, comments and suggestions are welcomed. 6 more words

A position is vacant for Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management

University of West of England (UWE), globally recognized university for the real world, is going to recruit a Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Quantity Surveying and Commercial Management permanently on a full time basis. 214 more words

We don’t need BIM, do we?

We need BIM (Building Information Modelling/Management), don’t we?

Certainly from the attendance at the annual RICS BIM Conference, held on 12th February 2015, you would appreciate the significance of BIM and so be left in little doubt that we do indeed need BIM. 556 more words

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