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Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by yamakuza: 9:20am On Dec 31, 2011
How about:

Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals)
?
welcome on board!
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by yamakuza: 5:00pm On Jan 10, 2012
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by mycvclinic: 1:08pm On Jan 23, 2012
Hello Architects,

This week, we're featuring an Architect as the "Professional of The Week". It was yet another enlightening interview and I encourage every professional or budding professional out there to read on.


1. Why did you choose Architecture as your profession?

I've always been a creative person. I developed a keen interest in drawing from an early age and learnt by drawing what I saw on comic books. Following my secondary school education, choosing architecture was the logical step to follow for me as I had the choice between that and being an artist.


Please continue reading all 8 interview questions using this link http://thekrine.blogspot.com/2012/01/professional-of-week-architect.html

Please send the link to your friends too, especially students.

Cheers
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Olamlag(m): 2:14pm On Jan 29, 2012
Just stumbled on this forum today and found it to interesting, I am a 400L student of FUTA QS department. And why is nobody talking about computer application in QS and which other applications do QS use apart from ms excel.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Nobody: 11:38am On Feb 17, 2012
Anybody serving in abuja pls enlighten us about your stay in abuja with emphasis to accomodation and standards of living,
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by jamesflint77: 12:10pm On Feb 22, 2012
Hi people am ajayi oluwatobi studing building @unilag pls let keep it rolling
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Nobody: 11:22pm On Apr 26, 2012
i'm a building technology student at fedpoado,bt i'm now fascinated by architecture,nd dats wat i'm planning to study 4 my b.tech,pls any one tu advise me on my idea,wich do tink is d best in d school of enviromental studies,i tink its architecture,wat do u tink?
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Nobody: 9:12am On Apr 27, 2012
Psalmuelh2o: i'm a building technology student at fedpoado,bt i'm now fascinated by architecture,nd dats wat i'm planning to study 4 my b.tech,pls any one tu advise me on my idea,wich do tink is d best in d school of enviromental studies,i tink its architecture,wat do u tink?
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by richeyy(m): 10:23am On May 26, 2012
Hello Peeps! Nice thread.

I studied Building at Unizik, graduated in 2009, currently working as an Asst. Project Manager with PM firm in Lagos. Shuttle between Lagos & PH for projects. Working on my PMI cert & thinking of going for my MSc. in Construction Project Management with a research interest in Construction Informatics like the Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Interoperablity (I actually brushed on this during my undergrad thesis).

Anybody with useful info on BIM adoption in Africa and other developing economies? I know South Africa is adopting it but its still on a low key, how about Construction firms in Naija? Have you started using BIM in your projects?

Cheers!
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Dharmmieojo(m): 6:03pm On Sep 03, 2012
Hi rum ⌣̊┈̥-̶̯͡»̶̥A̶̲̥̅♏ damilola a̶̲̥̅̊ student of architecture 2nd year  J̲̥̅̊u̶̲̥̅̊s̶̲̥̅̊t̲̥̅̊ need advice from professionals in pratice, would love †̥Ơ̴̴̴͡ know the state of architecture pratice in nigeria today, how lucrative it is and if the job avalibility is encouraging  would love a̶̲̥̅̊ career advice from my seniors here
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Dharmmieojo(m): 6:05pm On Sep 03, 2012
Does any one has any other link fO̶̷̩̥̊͡Я more architecture treads
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by csteve: 3:04pm On Sep 08, 2012
Am very happy to hv found this forum, am a 200lvl student in the QS department, federal university of tech. owerri.. Please I need Advice,, Qs is not yet accredited in my school, how adversely will it affect me in the future, cus i realy want to futher much in this profession. Tnx.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Denizsmart: 7:55am On Oct 13, 2012
csteve, do u mean QS is nt yet accredited at futo? Am abt studyin surveyin nd geoinformatics at futo, do u knw if dat one hasnt bn accredited too?
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Mankarki(m): 8:47am On Oct 13, 2012
I am interested
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by csteve: 11:41am On Oct 17, 2012
Denzismart, yes it has not been accredited, but there is GOODNEWS 4 you, you can apply 4 the course, It maybe accredited this year. Everything is set 4 the exercise.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by jidowu(m): 12:34pm On Oct 17, 2012
Nice thread..particularly having the proffessional courses that makes up the BUILT environment.i am an outgoing 3level student of FUTA studying estate management,would be resuming 4level nxt month and also want to start making enquiry for industrial placement for 2nd semester which would run from april next year GOD willing.would also seek advice from professionals in the house as per opportunities embedded in been an graduate of estate management.GOD bless
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by zeekleo(m): 2:49am On Oct 18, 2012
Hello people I'm in my finals in FUTA doing estate mgt..what added courses can I do online or somewhere to add to my cv before I'm done
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by NSME: 2:57pm On Jan 16, 2013
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Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Amjustme: 3:31pm On Jan 16, 2013
Builders in d house where una dey? Am a female graduate of Building. Dis has not been so easy o! Even thinkn of changing career path. Any advice?
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by csteve: 4:28am On Feb 19, 2013
Hai everybody!! Am a 300 level student Quantity surveying department in federal university of tech. Owerri. Am looking for where to do my Industrial Training in the coming semester. Please if anyone could help me get one I will be pleased. My contact is 08161545973. Thanks.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by hurricaneChris: 11:59am On Feb 24, 2013
Why are there few Architects here? Anyway, ⌣̊┈̥-̶̯͡»̶̥A̶̲̥̅♏ a young Architect.....still studying though.

I gat a condominium design to present by the end of march. I really need help from senior Architects on hw to go abt it
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Thsuperiorman: 10:01am On May 07, 2013
Good day everyone... Please I'm working on the 'effect of variation on the cost of building projects" and I need secondary datas... Please I need some one to help me with variation order and documents relating to cost.
Your contribution will be absolutely confidential, would not be publicized in any way... would just be used for reference purpose only...
Yhank you.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by ceasare: 6:23pm On May 07, 2013
Hi everyone am a graduate of building frm OAU and a practising building proffessional.i am impressed with d thread and would implore us all 2 kerp it up here.
@am just me,why would u wnt 2 switch career? Anybody that studied any of the courses in d built environment can successfully practise without waiting for paid employmnt like bankers etc so you can reconsider ur earier stance as u r on d right career path trust me.
@ all contributors to d thread i believe proff courses like PMI & other certifications will go a: long way in boosting career growth than
perceive higher qualifications like Msc xcpt u wnt 2 tow d acafemic lines as d industry is more of your ability 2 deliver than paper qualifications.my own 20cent.cheers
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by JOHNEMMA1(m): 7:47pm On May 07, 2013
Jus saw this thread today, am an urban n regional planning graduate going into new private planning practice soon was looking forward to learning something new from this thread! Anyway hope you have all heard about building collapse prevention guild been trying to join and I wish more of the professionals in the house should also join.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Valiantvaliant(m): 8:10pm On May 08, 2013
100 LEVEL building student ATBU. I didn't apply for it, seriously considering change of course, I need arguments from practicing professionals on why i should continue with building. Thanks in anticipation.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by csteve: 6:50am On Jun 04, 2013
This is a lovely thread,, but it lacks one thing! Not patronised by the superiors in the field,, lots of questions unaswerd.. well I knw d proffesionals of these fields ar very busy people,, I Hope one day this thread will improve.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by ceasare: 7:45am On Jun 04, 2013
@valiant:i ve been tied 4 time but i wl find time to do justice to ur question
@steve:thats d way it is my brother but we will try n b popping in 1ce in a while.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by Valiantvaliant(m): 6:27pm On Jun 05, 2013
ceasare: @valiant:i ve been tied 4 time but i wl find time to do justice to ur question
@steve:thats d way it is my brother but we will try n b popping in 1ce in a while.
looking forward to that!
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by csteve: 5:01pm On Jun 08, 2013
ceasare: @valiant:i ve been tied 4 time but i wl find time to do justice to ur question
@steve:thats d way it is my brother but we will try n b popping in 1ce in a while.

alryt tnx dear,,, I need help pls,, am a QS student, pls if u ar a QS,, would love to talk to u.
Re: Surveyors, Builders, Architects & Estate Mgrs' Corner (Aspirants & Professionals) by ceasare: 12:25pm On Jun 09, 2013
@csteve: am a builder not a QS but u can still rch me
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