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    EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF YIELD STRENGTHS OF STEEL REINFORCING BARS USED IN NIGERIAN CONCRETE STRUCTURES

        1. THERMAL BEHAVIOUR AND ADMISSIBLE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE WALL PANELSOF VARYING THICKNESS 
        2. APPRAISAL OF TIMBER AS STRUCTURAL MEMBERS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN NIGERIA
        3.  CUMULATIVE DAMAGE EFFECTS OF TRUCK OVERLOADS ON NIGERIAN ROAD PAVEMENT
        4.  EFFECTS OF LIMESTONE AND SUPER-PLASTICIZER ON THE FRESH PROPERTIES OF SELF-COMPACTING CONCRETE
        5.  CHALLENGES AFFECTING THE DEVELOPMENT AND OPTIMAL USE OF TALL BUILDINGS IN NIGERIA
        6.  BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING: CASE STUDY OF A DUPLEX BUILDING PROJECT IN NIGERIA
        7.  STRUCTURAL STABILITY IN NIGERIA AND WORSENING ENVIRONMENTAL DISORDER: THE WAY FORWARD
        8.  IMPACTS OF OVERLOADS ON THE DETERIORATION OF NIGERIAN ROADS
        9.  LIFE CYCLE ASSESSMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF USING CONCRETE OR TIMBER TO CONSTRUCT A DUPLEX RESIDENTIAL BUILDING.
        10.  USE OF ADVANCED PLASTIC MATERIALS IN NIGERIA: PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT OF EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE BUILDING TECHNOLOGY SYSTEM
        11.  LIFE CYCLE COST EVALUATION OF USING EXPANDED POLYSTRENE FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS
        12.  OPTIMAL POLYPROPYLENE FIBER CONTENT FOR IMPROVED COMPRESSIVE AND FLEXURAL STRENGTH OF CONCRETE
        13.  ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND WEALTH ISSUES OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE, MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHWEST NIGERIA: THE EXAMPLE OF OTA, OGUN STATE
        14. MODELLING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF A MULTI-STOREY HELIPAD-CAR PARK: A PROPOSAL FOR CANAAN LAND
        15.  EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON BUILT ENVIRONMENT IN LAGOS, NIGERIA
        16.  USE OF COCONUT HUSK FIBER FOR IMPROVED COMPRESSIVE AND FLEXURAL STRENGTH OF CONCRETE
        17.  EFFECTS OF COCONUT HUSK FIBRE AND POLYPROPYLENE FIBRE ON FIRE RESISTANCE OF CONCRETE
        18.  STRUCTURAL, ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDY OF CONCRETE AND TIMBER AS STRUCTURAL MEMBERS FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS IN NIGERIA
        19.  ASSESSMENT OF QUALITY OF STEEL REINFORCING BARS USED IN LAGOS, NIGERIA
        20.  CHALLENGES OF CAR PACK DESIGN IN NIGERIA
        21.  ACCEPTABILITY OF PLASTIC MATERIALS FOR STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS IN NIGERIAN BUILDINGS
        22.  MODELLING, ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF A BOTTLE-SHAPED BUILDING
        23.  FORENSIC INVESTIGATION OF FIRE-AFFECTED REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS
        24.  APPRAISAL OF MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT, ITS EFFECT AND RESOURCE POTENTIAL IN A SEMI-URBAN CITY: A CASE STUDY
        25.  EFFECTS OF NIGERIAN LIMESTONE AND SUPERPLASTICIZER ON THE HARDENED PROPERTIES OF SELF COMPACTING CONCRETE
        26.  STUDY OF REED-BED OF AN URBAN WASTEWATER IN A NIGERIAN COMMUNITY
        27.  UNIQUE SHAPED STRUCTURES: MODELLING, DESIGN AND VERIFICATION OF A WATER DROP-SHAPED BUILDING
        28.  INNOVATIVE USE OF MOMORDICA ANGUSTISEPALA FIBERS FOR IMPROVED STRENGTH OF RECYCLED CONCRETE
        29.  STEEL SECTOR REPOSITIONING: GATEWAY TO SUSTAINABLE NIGERIAN INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
        30.  SAFETY AND ECONOMIC FACTORS OF STEEL REINFORCING BARS FOR NIGERIAN SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT: CASE STUDY OF KWARA STATE
        31.  DYNAMIC ASSESSMENT OF DAMAGE EVOLUTION IN FRP STRENGTHENED RC BEAMS
        32.  STEEL IS NOT DELIVERING
        33.  VIBRATION-BASED STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING: THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION ON REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS
        34.  ASSESSMENT OF STRENGTH CHARACTERISTICS OF CONCRETE MADE FROM LOCALLY SOURCED GRAVEL AGGREGATE FROM SOUTH-SOUTH NIGERIA
        35.  EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE POLLUTANTS ON THE CORROSION RATE OF STEEL IN RURAL, URBAN AND INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS
        36.  ASSESSMENT OF COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE PRODUCED FROM DIFFERENT BRANDS OF PORTLAND CEMENT
        37.  THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION ON REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAMS
        38.  MEASURES TO REDUCE THE HIGH INCIDENCE OF STRUCTURAL FAILURES IN NIGERIA
        39.  BUILDING COLLAPSE IN NIGERIA: THE TREND OF CASUALTIES IN THE LAST DECADE (2000 -2010)
        40.  FIBER REINFORCED POLYMER (FRP) COMPOSITES: EXPLORING THE POTENTIALS FOR REPAIRS OF DEFICIENT RC STRUCTURES IN NIGERIA
        41. REAL ESTATE MARKET REGULATION AND PROPERTY VALUES IN LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA.
        42. A GAP ANALYSIS OF CLIENT EXPECTATION FROM RESIDENTIAL DESIGN SERVICES AND ARCHITECTS’ PERCEPTION
        43. DENSIFICATION AS SUSTAINABLE URBAN POLICY: THE CASE OF IKOYI, LAGOS, NIGERIA.
        44. EMPLOYEE ARCHITECTS’ PERCEPTION OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND THEIR SATISFACTION.
        45. TRENDS IN URBANISATION: IMPLICATION FOR PLANNING AND LOW-INCOME HOUSING DELIVERY IN LAGOS, NIGERIA
        46. ADEQUACY OF SUSTAINABILITY EDUCATION IN ARCHITECTURE CURRICULUM IN NIGERIA
        47. RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY DEVELOPERS’ SATISFACTION AND SELECTION OF ARCHITECTURAL SERVICE PROVIDERS
        48. PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF REAL ESTATE STUDENTS: A STUDY OF ACADEMIC CURRICULA OF THREE UNIVERSITIES IN NIGERIA.
        49. MODELING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MOTIVATING FACTORS; EMPLOYEE’ RETENTION; AND JOB SATISFACTION IN THE NIGERIAN BANKING INDUSTRY
        50. PERCEIVED INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND MANAGEMENT STYLE ON EMPLOYEES PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIAN BANKING SECTORS
        51. WORK-LIFE BALANCE PRACTICES IN NIGERIA: A COMPARISON OF THREE SECTORS
        52. EFFECT OF MARITAL INSTABILITY ON CHILDREN IN ABEOKUTA METROPOLIS
        53. INDUCTION AND STAFF ATTITUDE TOWARDS RETENTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS
        54. HUMAN RESOURCE UNDERUTILIZATION: ITS EFFECT ON ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY; NIGERIA PUBLIC SECTOR EXPERIENCE.
        55. GLOBALIZATION AND MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS: THE NIGERIAN BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IN PERSPECTIVE
        56. MODELLING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN WORK SATISFACTION AND FACULTY PERFORMANCE IN THE NIGERIAN PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES
        57. EVALUATION OF CUSTOMER SERVICE AND RETENTION; A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE PROVIDERS
        58. STRATEGIC ROLE OF HUMAN RESOURCE TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ON ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS IN NIGERIAN BANKING INDUSTRIES
        59. MODELLING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY IN NIGERIAN PUBLIC SECTOR
        60. ATTITUDE OF YOUTHS AND YOUNG GRADUATES TOWARDS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILL ACQUISITION IN ABEOKUTA, OGUN STATE: ISSUES AND PROSPECTS
        61. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ELEMENTS OF JOB ENRICHMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE AMONG THE NON ACADEMIC STAFF IN NIGERIAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES
        62. OPERATION, PROBLEMS, AND PROSPECTS OF YOUTH EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMES IN OYO STATE, NIGERIA
        63. EXISTENCE OF FIXED POINTS OF CERTAIN CLASSES OF NONLINEAR MAPPINGS
        64. CONVERGENCE THEOREMS ON ASYMPTOTICALLY GENERALIZED PHI-PSEUDOCONTRACTIVE MAPPINGS IN THE INTERMEDIATE SENSE. Research Project Materials
        65. CONVERGENCE THEOREMS ON ASYMPTOTICALLY DEMICONTRACTIVE AND HEMICONTRACTIVE MAPPINGS IN THE INTERMEDIATE SENSE. Research Project Materials
        66. STRONG CONVERGENCE AND STABILITY OF KIRK-MULTISTEP-TYPE ITERATIVE SCHEMES FOR CONTRACTIVE-TYPE OPERATORS. Research Project Materials
        67. ICT AND GENDER SPECIFIC CHALLENGES FACED BY FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS IN NIGERIATALENT RETENTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: A COMPETITIVE POSITIONING IN NIGERIAN BANKING SECTOR.
        68. INCENTIVES AND JOB SATISFACTION: ITS IMPLICATIONS FOR COMPETITIVE POSITIONING AND ORGANIZATIONAL SURVIVAL IN NIGERIAN MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES. Research Project Materials
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