Quantity surveyors target gender equality in construction industry
Quantity surveyors under the aegis of Women Association of Quantity Surveyors of Nigeria (WAQSN) have expressed their determination to ensure gender equality in the construction industry.
Quantity surveyors in talks with ICPC for constituency projects’ evaluation
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS) may enter into a partnership with the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission...
Construction arbitration and infrastructure development: Role of quantity surveyors
Construction is very expensive business. BusinessNews, an online publication, estimated in its 2015 report that construction projects worth N700 billion would be delivered by 2018. Some of these projects include the Nestoil Towers, Civic Towers and the British America Tobacco (BAT) building- mostly commercial office space on Lagos Island which have been indeed delivered. In…
NIQS seeks role in government’s infrastructure tax credit scheme
Quantity Surveyors last week backed the Federal government’s new Executive Order on Road Infrastructure Development and Refurbishment Investment tax Credit Scheme, as they seek the inclusion of professionals, especially its members in the proposed management committee. However, the innovative Order whilst very good in principle, they said, could fail due to many possible abuses and…
NIQS holds conference, general meeting in Abuja
The Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS) biennial conference and General Meeting will hold this month at NAF Conference Centre and Suites, Gwarimpa Expressway, Kado, Abuja.