The idea for this post came to me when I was sitted in the bus back to Nairobi. I had nothing, for real. On some days I’m horny with words, other days there’s just famine in my mind. 1,604 more words
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The Impact Of BIM On The Distribution Of Cost & Return On Investment In UK Construction Projects by L. Cusack
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Abstract. It has been widely documented that when Building Information Modelling (BIM) is used, there is a shift in effort to the design phase. Little investigation into the impact of this shift in effort has been done and how it impacts on costs.
Ever thought about a career in construction? Maybe as a Civil or Structural Engineer? Or a Quantity Surveyor? Or a Project Manager? or one of the hundreds of different roles.....finding it hard to get experience or find out more about the sector?
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Ever thought about a career in construction? Maybe as a Civil or Structural Engineer? Or a Quantity Surveyor? 216 more words
With effect from 1st April this year, the additional rate of Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) came into force for purchases of residential property. So the existing residential SDLT rate of 2% for the £125k – £250k band will be 5% for the purchase of an additional residential property and so on for the other existing rates. 461 more words
Setting out involves working out the location and extent of the building on site. Each site is different, so start by establishing the particular conditions. Use information from territorial authorities’ records combined with an on-site inspection. 88 more words
Otufodunrin Oluwafemi, also known as 1 OF 1 is currently an undergrate in the University of Lagos studing 40 more words