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Final Year Project

The intension of the thesis is to develop individual thinking and to afford students the opportunity of engaging in and demonstrating their ability to perform work of a research nature.  At an appropriate stage the nature and requirement of the thesis are explained and discussed with the students.  The widest possible latitude is allowed in the choice of topic with the basic requirement being that the thesis should be concerned with the property and construction industry.    

Professional Communication

The aim of this course is to equip the students with practical skills to enable them to plan and present persuasive oral presentations and oral reports; to function effectively in small group activities; to prepare and write business and technical report.  

Construction Costing

Computation of labour costs; synthesis of labour; and plant costs for bills or quantities item rates; pricing approximate quantities of elemental estimates; pricing subcontracts; pricing preliminaries. 

Measurement and Design Appraisal II

The theoretical aspects of the course are covered in lectures and detailed studies on: principle of measurement and documentation used in measurement; and descriptive clauses in the Standard System of Measuring Building Work(6th ed.).  The practical component of the syllabus is a progression from the prerequisites course Measurement and Design Appraisal.  The principles of measurement are applied to advanced projects with particular emphasis on simple framed and load – bearing multi-storey buildings by means of elemental quantification, covering:  Foundation; Reinforced Concrete Structures;

Elements of Highway Engineering

The objective of this course unit is to provide coverage of highway engineering related subjects: design of pavements, specifications, testing of pavement materials, types of pavements, drainage, bridges, and modern road maintenance techniques. 

Construction Technology III

Functional requirements and building techniques of tall buildings:  foundation systems; structural systems including structural steel construction and reinforced concrete construction; enclosure systems including metal and glass cladding; ceiling and partition systems; various methods and materials commonly used to solve functional demands; comparison of systems of construction and their interrelationship; material handling and management including selection of cranes, hoists, and concrete pumps; principles of fire protection in tall building; on site observation and report on tall building

Quantity Surveying II (4,0,4)

The course is a follow up of introduction to measurement:  Application to principles of measurements and descriptions of work superstructure, floor construction, roofs, construction and covering, openings finishes, measurements to be made by trade and for each element to consider all possible forms of construction, measurement of fireplaces and chimneys.    

Law of Torts for Construction

General condition of liability in torts.  Capacity of parties trespass to goods, persons and property, fraud, negligence, nuisance and strict liability offences, dangerous chattel, land and structures, malicious prosecutions, defamation, remedies for tort, extinction of liability.     

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