Thursday, 14 August 2014

OAU To Participate In Maiden Quantity Survey Convention

At least students from 20 higher institutions would attend the first annual convention of the National Association of Quantity Surveying Students (NAQSS) South West, Zone, which will hold from 15-16 August at the Federal University of Technology Akure, FUTA, Ondo State.

The convention with the theme/lecture, “Emerging Development In Nigeria Construction Industry; How Can Young Quantity Surveyors Optimize The Opportunity Available?,” would be delivered by Mr. Ogunfidodo Adegbemibo ‘Ade, the National Vice President, Nigeria Institute of Quantity Surveyor (NIQS) and the Chairman, NIQS Lagos chapter, Mr Shonubi Olayemi.
President of the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Mr Agele Alufohai

President of the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors, Mr Agele Alufohai

Other dignitaries billed to attend are the President, Nigeria Institute of Quantity Surveyor (NIQS) Mr Murtala
Aliyu, who is the Chairman of the occasion, former minister, Mr. Onashile Obafemi, the Vice President west Africa Association of Quantity Surveyor (AAQS), among others.

In a statement made available to P.M.NEWS Campus Square, Stanley Orji, a student from Obafemi Awolowo University, who doubles as the Chairman NAQSS southwest transition committee, said some of the institutions expected include Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Ile-Ife; Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA); Federal Polytechnic Ede; Federal Polytechnic Offa; Osun State College of Technology (OSCOTECH) Esa-Oke; Osun State Polytechnic (OSPOLY) Iree; Ibadan Polytechnic; Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH) Ikorodu and Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) Lagos.

Others are Moshud Abiola Polytechnic (MaPoly) Abeokuta; Rufos Giwa Polytechnic (RUGIPOL) Owo; Federal Polytechnic Ilaro; Kwara state Polytechnic; Federal Polytechnic Ado-ekiti; Joseph Ayobabalola University Ikeji-arakeji; Interlink Polytechnic and University of Lagos (UniLag).
The association comprised all Quantity Surveying students of higher institutions in Kwara State and western Nigeria.

Source: PM News
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