USE OF BUILDER’S PLANT IN CONTRACT EXECUTION BY INDIGENOUS CONTRACTORS IN NIGERIA
(PROBLEMS AND REMEDY IN THE USE OF BUILDER’S PLANT IN ENUGU STATE)
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This project report explains the use of builder’s plant in contract execution by indigenous contractors in Nigeria and the maintenance management of those builders plant. This report also deals on the scope and definition of builder’s plant. Furthermore, this project report deals with the aim, objective and importance of the study and also provide the literature review which deals with the need for application of plant in contract execution and the implications of the relevant plants in various contract particularly in Enugu state. Down is some possible factors that militate against a successful contract made by unavailability of builder’s plant. In addition, it also emphasizes on the method adopted in the research of this study. The write up further explains how long a particular machine can be use and it will be due for maintenance and also how breakdown are being taking care of in some construction companies. At the end, it deals with the corrective measure to be apply in upgrading the use of construction plant in contract execution in Nigeria.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 Background of the Study 1
1.1 Statement of the Problem 2
1.2 Aims and Objectives of the Study 3
1.3 Scope of the Study 4
1.4 Significance of the Study 4
1.5 Limitation of the Study 6
1.6 Research Questions 7
1.7 Definition of Related Terms 7
2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW 10
3.0 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 24
3.1 Research Design 24
3.2 Area of Study 25
3.3 Scope of Work 25
3.4 Population 25
3.5 Instrumentation 26
3.6 Validation of Instrument 28
3.7 Method of Data Collection 28
3.8 Method of Data Analysis 28
4.1 Findings and Data Analysis 29
4.2 Statement of Breakdown in Plants 29
4.3 Presentation of Data Analysis 34
5.0 DISCUSSION, FINDINGS, CONCLUSION
AND RECOMMENDATION 36
5.1 Discussion of the Study 36
5.2 Conclusion 39
5.3 Recommendations 40
1.0 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Science and technology have been striving hard to enhance the living standard of man by eliminating stressful method of production with the invention of more efficient and productive methods. This scientific advancement is spread over all areas of human endeavor.
Therefore in the indigenous construction, where the traditional method of construction was providing difficult and tedious with such problem of high work load without adequate skilled labour to carry out the work efficiently and effectively to meet the societal demand.
Hence, the use of builder’s plant by the Nigeria indigenous contractors to supplement the shortage of labour, there by requiring a minimal skilled labour for a relatively large volume of work, and by increasing the speed of construction, can result to earlier completion, enabling the building owner to occupy the building and recover his capital outlay at an earlier date.
Mechanical plant/builder’s plant may also be introduced to carry out operations for which manual labour is not available or is in short supply or to carry out operation which cannot be done either economically or physically by manual labour.
The introduction of this builder’s plant can reduce the effort required to be made by the operators in carrying out his work and can improve his working condition.
1.1 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
Certain setback exists over the years to militate against the various indigenous construction firms in Enugu state from the use of builder’s plant in construction work. These operational problems may includes the following:
– Lack of exposure – The ability of the indigenous contractors to be expose to construction plant as professional.
– Lack of capital – The money involve for purchasing or hiring of the construction plant which is needed by the indigenous construction firms.
Availability of trained manpower – The use of powered and sophisticated factors based, mobile and fixed machinery in building construction industry, etc.
Meanwhile, these operational problems confronting the indigenous contractors if overlook or neglected might impede the industrialization process of the construction industry in Enugu state.
Therefore in view of these observations, there is absolute need for remedy and prevention of the problems from further confrontation of the indigenous contractors.