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ANIAGOLU CELESTINE OBINNA

SENIOR LECTURER

Ph.D (Env. Mgt), M.sc (Env. Mgt), PGD (Bank/Fin), B.Sc (Estate Mgt.)

CURRENT HOD DEPARTMENT OF ESTATE MANAGEMENT, ESUT

aniagolu.celestine@esut.edu.ng

MEMBERSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC / PROFESSIONAL ORGANISATION:

  1. Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) Council Member
  2. Estate Surveyors and Valuers Registration Board of Nigeria (ESVARBON) Corporate Member
  3. Environmental Management Association of Nigeria (EMAN)          Corporate Member

CREATIVE OUTPUT:

(a)  Books

  1. Nwachukwu, C. C., Anih, S.C. and Aniagolu, C. O. (2015): Town and Country Planning Concept (Platform for Real Estate Project and Valuation)”. Chino Prints: 154 Tetlow Road Owerri, Nigeria.
  2. Uwadiegwu, B. O., Iyi, E. A., and Aniagolu, C. O. (2016): Tropical Issues in Environmental Studies”. SCOA Heritage Nig. Ltd Amansea, Awka, Anambra State.

(b) Contribution to Books:

  1. Ugwuanyi, B. C. and Aniagolu, C. O. (2016): Water Pollution in Uwadiegwu, B. O., Iyi, E.A. and Aniagolu, C. O.: eds “Tropical Issues in Environmental Studies”. SCOA Heritage Nig. Ltd Amansea, Awka, Anambra State.
  1. Iyi, E. A. and Aniagolu, C. O. (2016); Settlements and Settlements Patterns in Uwadiegwu, B. O., Iyi, E. A. and Aniagolu, C. O.: eds “Tropical Issues in Environmental Studies”. SCOA Heritage Nig. Ltd Amansea, Awka, Anambra State.

(c)  Journal Article

  1. Aniagolu C. O (2009): Socio-Economic Indicators of Solid Waste Generation in Enugu Urban Area

             Journal of Environmental and Social Harmony. Vol. 2 No. 1 March, 2009.

  1. Aniagolu C. O (2015): A Comparative Study on the Effect of Environmental Factor (E-Factor)

      Model on ANAMMCO and NIGERGAS Enugu, Nigeria. International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Technology (IJLRET). Vol. 1, Issue 4, Pp. 16 – 23, September, 2015.

iii.  Aniagolu, C. O., Iloeje, A. F. and Okwu-Delunzu, V. (2015): Millennium Development Goals: A  

      Road Map to Sustainable Development in Nigeria. International Journal of Development Research, Vol.5, Issue 05, Pp 4376-4384, May, 2015.

  1. Aniagolu, C. O., Iloeje, A. F. and Okwu-Delunzu, V. (2015): Application of Environmental

Factor (E-Factor) Model to the Valuation of Anambra Motor Manufacturing Company (ANAMMCO) Enugu Urban Area, Nigeria. Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology (JMEST). Vol. 2, Issue 8, August, 2015.

  1. Aniagolu, C. O., Iyi, E. A and Iloeje, A. F. (2016): The Impact of Institutional Landuses on Rental

Value of Residential Properties in Agbani, Enugu, Nigeria. International Journal for Research in Business Management and Accounting. Vol. 2, Issue 3, March, 2016.

  1. Aniagolu, C. O., Iyi, E. A and Ugwu, L. N. (2015): Valuation of NIGERGAS Company, Emene,

Enugu, Nigeria Using the Environmental Factor (E-Factor) Model. International Journal of Latest Research in Engineering and Technology (IJLRET). Vol. 1, Issue 3, Pp. 22 – 32, August, 2015.

vii. Aniagolu, C. O., Iyi, E. A. and Ugwuanyi, B. C. (2018): An Examination of the Strengths and Weaknesses of Environmental Valuation Methodologies in Nigeria, Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT). Vol. 12,Issue 9 Ver. 1 (September, 2018), Pp. 72 – 80.

viii.      Aniagolu, C. O., Nnametu, J. N. and Okwu-Delunzu, V. (2015): E-Factor Valuation Model and Its

      Level of Compliance to Provisions of National Environmental Protection (Pollution Abatement in Industries and Facilities Generating Waste) Regulation of 1991. Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology (JMEST). Vol. 3, Issue 2, February, 2016.

  1. Aniagolu, C. O., Iloeje, A. F. and Emoh, F. I. (2015): A Model for Integrating Environmental

      Considerations into the Valuation of Industries in Enugu Urban Area, Nigeria. International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Vol. 5, Issue 6, (Part-3), Pp. 141-150, June, 2015.

  • Aniagolu, C. O., Obodoh, M. C and Ewurum, N. I. (2018): An Assessment of Commercial Real Estate Performance as an Investment Option in Nnewi, Anambra State, Nigeria, International Journal of Innovation Engineering and Science Research, Vol. 2,Issue 1, Pp. 40 – 53, January, 2018.
  1. Aniagolu, C. O., Odumodu, A. I. and Anih, S.C. (2016): Evaluation of the Level of Compliance of

      Cost Approach to Valuation to Provisions of Nigerian’s National Environmental Protection (Pollution Abatement in Industries and Facilities Generating Waste) Regulation of 1991. International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Vol. 6, Issue 2, (Part-2), Pp. 12-19, February, 2016.

xii. Aniagolu, C. O., Odumodu, A. I. and Igwe, P. C. (2018): Effect of Road Infrastructure Improvement on Rental Value of Residential Properties in Ogui New Layout, Enugu Urban, Nigeria (2002 – 2017). International Journal of Advanced Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5, Issue 9, September, 2018.

xiii.      Anyanwu, C. I., Emoh, F. I. and Aniagolu, C. O. (2017): Effective Communication as a Panacea

      for Conflict Avoidance in Public Building Construction Project Delivery. International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering & Management (IJAREM). Vol. 3, Issue 03, Pp. 38 – 53.

xiv. Chukwu, A. C., Aniagolu, C. O. and Obodo, C. M. (2016): Trends in Rental Values of Residential

Properties in Enugu, Nigeria: A Comparative Study Between New Haven and Achara Layouts. Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering Science and Technology (JMEST). Vol. 3, Issue 2, February, 2016.

  1. Iyi, E. A., Aniagolu, C. O. and Ugwuanyi, B. C. (2015): Engendering Sustainable Socio-Spatial

Environment for Tourism Activities in the South Eastern Nigeria: The Place of Environmental Planning and Management Process. International Journal of Computational Engineering Research (IJCER). Vol. 05, Issue 11, November, 2015.

xvi.      Iloeje, A. F., Aniagolu, C. O. and Okwu-Delunzu, V. (2015): Housing Deficit and Environmental

      Challenges in Enugu Urban. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). Vol. 4, Issue 5, Pps 1430 – 1434, May, 2015.

xvii. Iloeje, A. F., Aniagolu, C. O. and Okoye, V. (2015): Impacts of Flooding on Road Transport

      Infrastructure in Enugu Metropolitan City, Nigeria. International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA). Vol. 5, Issue 6, Pp. 104 – 118, June, 2015.

xviii. Okwu-Delunzu, V., Iloeje, A. F. and Aniagolu, C. O. (2015): Assessment of Climate Change on

      Enugu Urban Environment Using Temperature and Rainfall Information. Journal of Environmental, Earth and Physical Sciences (IJSAR-JEEPS). Vol. 2, Issue 1, Pp 38 – 49, March, 2015.

xix.      Okwu-Delunzu, V., Iloeje, A. F. and Aniagolu, C. O. (2015): Evaluation of Groundwater Pollution

      Sources in Enugu North LGA of Enugu State, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental, Earth and Physical Sciences (IJSAR-JEEPS). Vol. 2, Issue 3, Pp 54 – 69, September, 2015.

  1. Okwu-Delunzu, Iwueke, N. T. and Aniagolu, C. O. (2018): Gully Erosion and Its Environmental Impact in Eke, Udi Local Government Area of Enugu State. Journal of Environment and Ecology Research,. 6(5): 507 – 517, 2018

xxi. Ozili, P. C., Aniagolu, C. O. and Maluze, F. O. (2016): An Examination of Public-Private

      Partnership in Tourism Development in Nigeria: The “Calabar Carnival” Experience. International Journal for Research in Business Management and Accounting. Vol. 2, Issue 2, February, 2016.

(d)  Workshop Paper

.i    Aniagolu C. O. (2008): The Effective Marketing of Mortgages in Nigeria, Strategies for Better 

            Performance.  Being a Paper Presented during One-day Workshop Organised for Chairmen

            of L.G.A of Enugu State at Conference Hall Federal Secretariat Enugu September, 2008.

(c)  Technical Reports:

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2007): “Feasibility and Viability Study on the Proposed Vegetable Oil Refining

      and Fractionation Plant”.  Commissioned by Chief William Agbo, MD Willson Nigerian Limited.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2006): “Feasibility and Viability Study on the Proposed Palm Oil Plantation and

            Processing Plant” Commissioned by Chief William Agbo, MD Willson Nigerian Limited.

iii.  Aniagolu C. O. (2011):  Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Landed Property located at

      No. 126 Park Avenue, GRA, Enugu.  Commissioned by Chief Oliver Kwesike Uzoma, MD Memokris Nig. Ltd.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Land Property located at No.

      37 Imoke Street, GRA, Enugu.  Commissioned by Chief Oliver Kwesike Uzoma, MD Memokris Nig. Ltd.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on No.19 Aria Road, GRA,

            Enugu, commissioned by Chief Oliver Kwesike Uzoma, MD Memokris Nig. Ltd.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on No. 128 Park Avenue Enugu.

            Commissioned by Chief Oliver Kwesike Uzoma, MD Memokris Nig. Ltd.

vii. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on No. 44A Umuezebi Street /

      Amawbia Close, New Haven, Enugu.  Commissioned by Pharm (Chief) Peter Efobi, CEO Efobi Pharmaceutical Ltd.

viii.      Aniagolu C. O. 2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Landed Property of Macdon

      Industries Limited, Onitsha.  Commissioned by Chief Anyaoha Chukwunonye Emera, MD/CEO Macdon Industries Ltd.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on No. 44C Umuezebi Street,

      New Haven, Enugu.  Commissioned by Pharm (Chief) Peter Efobi, CEO Efobi Pharmaceutical Ltd.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Landed Property known as

      Plot 7, Block “A” Along Ezekwesili Street, Abakaliki.  Commissioned by the Executive Secretary, Local Government Staff Pension Board, Ebonyi State.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on No. 44B Umuezebi Street /

      Amawbia Close, New Haven, Enugu, commissioned by Pharm (Chief) Peter Efobi, CEO Efobi Pharmaceutical Ltd.

xii. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Assets of Afikpo South Local

      Government Area, Nguzu Edda, Ebonyi State.  Commissioned by the Executive Chairman, Chief Nkama, Nkama Ude.

xiii.      Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Socio-Economic Impact Assessment of the Nigerian Erosion and

      Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP), Nguzu Edda Afikpo South Local Government Area, commissioned by Chief Nkama, Nkama Ude, Executive Chairman of the LGA.

xiv. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Socio- Economic Impact Assessment of the Nigeria Erosion and

      Watershed Management Project (NEWMAP), Uburu Town, Ohozara Local Government Area, commissioned by Ogbuefi Enekwachi Akpa, Executive Chairman of the LGA.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Landed Properties

      Threatened by Flooding in Umunaga, Umuchima and Mgbom Villages in Uburu Town, Ohaozara Local Government Area,  commissioned by Ogbuefi Enekwachi Akpa, Executive Chairman of the LGA.

xvi.      Aniagolu C. O. (2011): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Assets of Local Government

      Staff Pension Board situated at Faculty of Agriculture, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, commissioned by the Executive Secretary, Local Government Staff Pension Board.

xvii. Aniagolu C. O. (2012): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on No. 9 Okoye Street, Upper

      Housing, Abakpa Nike, Enugu, commissioned by Mr. Stephen Ozokolie, Chairman/CEO Ozomac Aluminum Products Ltd.

xviii. Aniagolu C. O. (2012): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on No. 10 Nwaobia Street, Ala

      Ogwugwu, Ehere Village, Aba, commissioned by Mr. Christopher Idam Egwu – Chairman/MD Index Scientific Supplies Aba.

xix.      Aniagolu C. O. (2012): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Macdon Oil located at KM12

      Onitsha-Enugu Express-way Ogbunike, Anambra State.  Commissioned by Chief Anyaoha Chukwunonye Emera –  Chairman/MD, Macdon Industries Ltd and Macdon Oil.

  1. Aniagolu C. O. (2012): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Assets of Superfine Chemical

      and Allied Products Limited Enugu, commissioned by Mr. Jude Uchechukwu Arodiogbu, CEO Superfine Chemical and Allied Products Limited.

xxi.      Aniagolu C. O. (2012): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on Assets of Nalin Paints Ltd

      Emene, Enugu, commissioned by Mr. Jude Uchechukwu Arodiogbu, Chairman/MD Nalin Paints Ltd.

xxii. Aniagolu C. O. (2012): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report for Compensation on Landed

      Property Destroyed by Arab Contractors Ltd during the construction of Mbanugo-Mgbemene Road Ogbete, Enugu.  Commissioned by Mr. Christopher Nwachukwu, M/D Christo Automobile Centre, Enugu.

xxiii. Aniagolu C. O. (2012): Inspection, Survey and Valuation Report on No.1 Hospital Road, GRA,

      Enugu (CELEBRITIES).  Commissioned by Pastor Olisaemeka Jideonwo, M/D CELEBRITIES Fastfood and Continental Food Outfit.

Dr. Odumodu Alpha Ifeanacho

Senior Lecturer

Ph.D (Est. Man.), M.Sc. (Est. Man.), B.Sc. (Est. Man.)

Formal Head of Department Estate Mangement (2003-2007)

odumodu.alpha@esut.edu.ng

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS/MEMBERSHIP:

  1. N.I.V.S. (Fellow of the Nigerian Institution

      of Estate Surveyors and Valuers)                                                        

  1. N.I.V.S. (Associate Member of the Nigerian Institution

      of Estate Surveyors and Valuers                                      

  • R.V.A. (Associate Member of the Rating and

      Valuation Association of Great Britain)                                    

  1. S.V. (Registered Estate Surveyor and Valuer)

BOOK PUBLICATION:

  1. Odumodu, A. I. and Onyejiaka, C.J. (2015): The Valuation of Mineral Rights in Nigeria. SNAAP Press Nig. Ltd. Independence Layout, Enugu.
  1. Odumodu, A. I. and Aniagolu, C.O. (In Print 2018): The Theory and Practice of Property Management in Nigeria. SNAPP Press Nig. Ltd Independence Layout, Enugu.

WORKSHOPS/SEMINAR PAPER PRESENTATION

  1. Odumodu Alpha I. (2013) – The Impact of Service Charge Administration in the Management of Commercial High Rise Buildings in Nigeria. – Being a Paper Presented at a Workshop Organised by the Enugu State branch of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) in collaboration with the Estate Surveyors and Valuers Registration Board of Nigeria (ESVARBON), at the Celebrity Conference Hall as part for the Institutions Continuing Professional Development.
  2. Odumodu Alpha I. (1987) : Valuation Process and Reporting for privatization and commercialization of public companies – being a paper presented at the National Seminar organized by the Nigeria Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) in collaboration with the Estate Surveyors and Valuers Registration Board of Nigeria (ESVARBON) as part of the institutions continuing professional development workshop.

RESEARCH WORK AND JOURNAL PUBLICATION.

  1. Aniagolu, C.O., Odumodu A. I., and Ani S.C. (2016): Evaluation of the Level of Compliance of Cost of cost Approach to Valuation to Provisions of Nigerian’s National Environmental Protection (Pollution Abatement in Industries and Facilities Generating Waste) Regulation of 1991. International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Vol. 6, Issue 2, (Part -2), Pp.12-19, February 2016.
  • Odumodu A. I. – A Critical Examination of the Valuation of Leasehold Mineral Rights by the Income Capitalisation Method. –Ph. D. Thesis, University of Nigeria, Nsukka ( Enugu Campus) 2012.

iii. Odumodu A.I. – A Critical Examination of the Impediments to the  Valuation of Interests in Solid Minerals  in Nigeria – M.Sc. Dissertation, University of Nigeria Nsukka (Enugu Campus) 2006.

AREAS OF SPECIALISATION:

  1. Mineral Valuation
  2. Property Management

iii.  Facilities Management.

IGWE CHINELO PRISCILLA

LECTURER I

Ph.D. (Estate Management); M.Sc. (Estate Management); M.Sc. (Environmental Science); B.Sc. (Estate Management).

chinelo.igwe@esut.edu.ng

PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS, AWARDS AND MEMBERSHIPS

Associate member, Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors & Valuers             

CREATIVE OUTPUT

Authorship of Textbooks:

IGWE , C.P. and Oladejo E.I. (2017)         Development of a CAMA model that can partition property value into Land Value and building value in Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria for effective Land value Taxation and Sustainable land use. Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development Vol. 8. No.14 (2017) 

Igwe, C.P., Oladejo, E.I., Obodoh, C.M. (2017)  Improving Property Management Using      Geographic Information System (GIS): A Case Study of Udoka Housing Estate, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. Journal of Developing Country Studies. Vol. 7.  No.8

Igwe C.P.,  Emengini, E. J., & Obodoh D.,  (2017) Analysis of principles and practice of APLUC in Anambra State, Nigeria. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development. Vol. 6. No. 10

Igwe C.P.,  Emengini, E. J., & Agbogu, N.   (2017)  The Role of Geographic Information Science in Property Rating Administration in Nigeria.  International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research. Vol. 8. No. 9

Oladejo, E.I. & Igwe C.P (2016)          Land use management and Environmental Impact Assessment. in Tropical Issues in Environmental Studies. In Uwadiegwu B.O. and Aniagolu C.O. (Eds).

Emengini, E.J., Idhoko, J.E., & Igwe, C.P (2014)    Development of a Real Estate Decision Support System for Awka, Anambra State, International Journal of Science and Advanced Technology Vol.4 No.8 (2014).

Igwe, C.P (2017)                        An Appraisal of Land Value Taxation as Tool for Sustainable Land Use and Development in Anambra State Nigeria. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Dept. of Estate Management, Nnamdi Azikiwe University. Awka.

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Igwe, C.P. (2012)                       Use of Geographic Information System in Real Estate Management. A case study of Udoka Housing Estate, Awka, Anambra State Nigeria.. Unpublished M.sc Thesis, Dept. of Estate Management, University of Nigeria Enugu.

  Akpulu,  C.P. (2003)                Strengthening ANSEPA’S Operation through Enhanced Property Rate Administration. Unpublished M.Sc. Thesis, Dept.of Estate Management, Enugu State University of Science and Technology.

Akpulu, C.P. (1997)                   Cost of Building Materials and its Influence on Rent of Residential Buildings in Enugu Urban. Unpublished B.Sc. Project, Dept. of Estate Management, Enugu State University of Science and Technology.

TECHNICAL REPORT

Ugonabo C.U. & Igwe,  C.P (2017)           Asset Valuation of PETER E Ventures Nigeria   Limited at No. 9/11 Isiokpo Street Awada, Anambra State of Nigeria.

Ugonabo C.U. & Igwe,  C.P (2017)              Asset  Valuation on Valchod Oil and Gas Limited at Kilometer 2 Onitsha-Aguleri Highway Akwu-Efe Land ‘33’ Onitsha North Local Government Area, Anambra State of Nigeria.

Ugonabo C.U. & Igwe, C.P (2017)                       Mortgage Valuation on Landed Property at No. 5b Alo Ofia Street Nkpor-Agu, Idemili  North Local Government, Anambra State of Nigeria.

CONFERENCE PAPER:

Igwe C.P. (2012):                      The Impact of the Fiscal Policies of Anambra State Government on Housing Delivery. Paper delivered during NIESV Anambra State Chapter MCPD

ANIH STEPHEN CHIBUIKE

Senior Lecturer

ESTATE MANAGEMENT

Formal Head of Department Estate Mangement (2014-2018)

ani.stephen@esut.edu.ng

CREATIVE OUTPUT:

  1. THESIS:
  2. Anih S.C (1991), Real Estate Appraisal Techniques and Methodology for Sensitive Analysis of Risks and Uncertainties in Real Estate Development Projects (B.Sc) Degree Project submitted to the Department of Estate Management ASUTECH.   
  3. Anih S.C (1995), Urban Renewal and Slum Clearance in Ogui Urban, Enugu Metropolis Nigeria (M.Sc). Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Environmental Sciences ESUT                                                             
  4. Anih S.C (1997), Environmental Impact Assessment in Planned Development Projects, Critical Analysis submitted to the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers.
  • BOOK
  • Nwachukwu,C.C, Anih,S.C, Aniagolu,C.O (2015), Town and Country Planning Concept, Platform for Real Estate Project and Valuation, Chino Prints, Owerri.

3        BOOK CHAPTER:

  • Anih S.C (2000), Effective Survival Measures Against Natural Hazards in Settled Areas, Chapter Three of Management of Environmental Problems and Hazards in Nigeria, Mba, H.C and  Uchegbu, S. (Ed.) Ashgate Limited, London pp.29-42.
  • CONFERENCE PAPERS:
  • Anih S.C. (1996), The Importance of Environmental impact Studies for Ecological Stability and Resource Development, International Conference on Ecology, Environment and Politics, Faculty of Environmental Sciences ESUT and University of Berlin Alumni Association of Nigeria.
  • Anih S.C. (2007), The Role of Built Environment Professionals in Effective Implementation of the National Building Code, Paper Presented at A -3 day National Conference/Training Workshop on the Anatomy of the National Building Code. Faculty of Environmental Sciences Auditorium ESUT, 27th -29th June
  • Anih S.C. (2009), Sustainable Strategies for Managing Challenges in Land Registration for Wealth Creation in Nigeria, Paper Presented at the Faculty of Management Science 2010 Faculty Conference On Public Policy Issues and Management Challenges and Strategies 5th-6th August.
  • dAnih S.C. (2001), The Relevance of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in Housing Development Projects, Environmental Forum, (TEFO) University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
  • Anih S.C. (2008), Environmental Sustainability and Hazardous Implications of Man’s Use of Chemicals, Plastics, Textiles and Weapons of War, paper presented at the National Seminar on   Environmental Management, organized by The Faculty Of Environmental Sciences, ESUT  Enugu.

5        WORKSHOP PAPERS

  1. Anih S.C (1997), Strategies for Mitigating Environmental Hazards in Settled Areas, Nigerian Environmental Society/British Council Workshop, 5th June, University of Nigerian Enugu Campus Main Hall.
  2. Anih S.C (2011), Sustainable Strategies for Boasting Internally Generated Revenue of States and Local Governments Through Land/Property Based Taxation, NIESV MCPD 20th October.

6        JOURNAL ARTICLES                                              

  1. Anih S.C. (2009), Implications of The Use of Chemicals, Plastics, Textiles and Weapons of War On Environmental Sustainability, Environment and Social Harmony, Journal Of The Faculty Of Environmental Sciences, ESUT Vol.2, No .1
  2. Anih S.C. (2010), Sustainable Strategies for Managing Challenges in Land Registration for Wealth Creation in Nigeria, Faculty of Management Science ESUT Journal. Vol 1, No 1.

7          TECHNICAL REPORTS:

  1. Anih S.C (1998), Inspection Survey, Inventory and Asset Valuation of Institute of Ecumenical Education (IECE) Thinkers Corner, Enugu, March- September, Commissioned by the Director IECE.
  2. Anih S.C (2000), Tenement Rating Assessment of Landed Properties in Enugu South Local Government Area (Dec. 1999-June 2000), Commissioned by the Executive Chairman.
  3. Anih S.C (2000), Inspection Survey and Valuation of Methodist Church Cathedral Shops at Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, January, Commissioned by the Bishop.
  4. Anih S.C (2001), Inspection Survey and Valuation of Plots 262-267 Owo River Layout, Ogui Nike Enugu, December, Commissioned by the Managing Director/CEO Pinnacle Trust and Securities Limited 173 Zik Avenue Uwani Enugu.
  5. Anih S.C (2001), Inspection Survey and Rental Valuation of Texaco Filling Station Onitsha Road, Enugu August Commissioned by the Station Dealer .
  6. Anih S.C (2002), Inspection Survey and Valuation of Ihunanya Social Club of Nigeria Club House, 45 Ebony Paint Road, Awkunanaw Enugu, March, Commissioned by the National President.
  7. Anih S.C (2004), Inspection Survey and Valuation of 15B Miracle Lane, Phase VI, Trans-Ekulu Enugu, July Commission by Mr. Richard .A. Okeke.
  8. Anih S.C (2004), Inspection Survey and Valuation of 12 Nnobi Street Uwani Enugu November Commission by Dr Chinedu Enemkpali.

I           Anih S.C (2004), Inspection Survey and Valuation of 26/30 college Road Ogui new layout Enugu Commission by Dr Chinedu Enemkpali.

  1. Anih S.C (2005), Inspection Survey and Valuation of No. 60 River Lane, GRA Enugu Commission by Chief Maxi Ike Oliobi.
  2. Anih S.C (2005), Inspection Survey and Valuation for compensation for the Site Acquired for the Development of Ujodo Local Government Development Area Secretariat, EmeneEnugu. July Commissioned by the Administrator.
  3. Anih S.C (2006), Inspection Survey and Valuation of Landed Property at Late Ogbuzuru Nwunu-Owo Family compound Umuonuba Ndiuno Enuguagu Etiti Ozalla Nkanu Central Development Centre Enugu State, August Commissioned by Chief Gabriel Okoye Nwunu. 
  4. mAnih S.C (2006), Inspection Survey and Valuation of Plot 530 Ejekam Crescent Trans Ekulu New G.R.A Layout Enug, July Commissioned by Ozongwu International Nig.Ltd.
  5. Anih S.C (2006), Inspection Survey and Valuation of A.E. Moneke and Sons Ltd Warehouse at 172 Abakalikki -Enugu Road, Abakalikki Ebonyi State, June, Commissioned by the Managing Director/CEO.
  6. Anih S.C (2007), Valuation Report on Crops, Economic Trees and other Unexhausted Improvements at Onu Ome Ayo Dam Project Site, Ndiagu Amechi Uwani for Compensation, Commissioned by Umuenugwu Family Umunnajingene Amechi Uwani.
  7. Anih S.C (2007), Inspection Survey and Valuation of 27 Nwigwe Street Jioto Layout, Garikki Awkunanaw Enugu, August Commissioned by Mike Ogbanna.
  8. Anih S.C (2008), Tenement Rating Assessment of Landed Properties in Ujodo Local Government Development Area Enugu East Local Government Area, Commissioned by The Administrator.
  9. Anih S.C (2008), Tenement Rating Assessment of Landed Properties in Amankanu Local Government Development Area Nkanu East Local Government Area, Commissioned by the Administrator.
  10. Anih S.C (2009), Inspection Survey and Valuation of Development by Messers Overcomers Resources at Naira Triangle, New Heaven Junction by Enugu-Abakalikki Expressway, Enugu June Commissioned by the Managing Director/CEO..
  11. Anih S.C (2010), Inspection Survey and Valuation of Cold Room Building off Nnaji Nwene Street Garriki Awkunanaw, Enugu, August Commissioned by the Managing Director/CEO Messers Overcomers Resources
  12. Anih S.C (2010), Inspection Survey and Valuation of One Bedroom Semi-Detached Bungalow at the Low Cost Housing Estate Agbani Enugu State Commissioned by  The Council of Legal Education, Nigeria Law School, Agbani. July 

Obodoh Chikasi Mercy

Lecturer I

Department of Estate Management, ESUT, Enugu

B.Sc (Estate Management), M.Sc (Environmental Management) M.Sc (Estate Management) Ph.D )Estate Management -In View)

obodoh.chika@esut.edu.ng

CREATIVE OUTPUT

PUBLICATIONS:

LOCAL JOURNALS

  1. Obodoh, C. M (2008), Impact of defunct recreational parks on Enugu Urban environment, ESUT Journal 0f general Studies.
  2. Obodoh, D. A & Obodoh, C. M (2008) Gender roles in environmental management and despoliation. Celebration of Academic and Professional Excellence (CAPE 2008). Department of Geo-Met, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.
  3. Obodoh, D. A& Obodoh, C. M (2009) Contractors quality system assessment to the ISO 9000 standard. Habitat Husband, Journal of Nature and Built Environment Professionals (1)
  4. Obodoh C.M (2009). Assessment of the impact of institutional control in the management of public properties : A case study of Central Bank of Nigeria, Enugu. A Thesis Submitted to the Department of Esate Management, Faculty of Environmental Studies, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus.
  5. Obodoh, D.A & Obodoh, C.M (2012) Evaluation of the effects of system reliability on the successful power delivery in Nigeria. The Sunrise QS, Journal of Nigerian Institution of Quantity Surveyors, Enugu State Chapter.

INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS

  1. Obodoh, D.A & Obodoh, C.M (2016) Causes and effects of construction project delays in Nigerian construction industry. International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering and technology 3(5)
  2. Obodoh, D.A, Mbanusi, E.C & Obodoh, C.M (2016) Impact of project management software on the project failure rates in Nigerian construction industry. International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Applied Sciences 2(5)
  • Chukwu, A.C, Aniagolu, C. O & Obodoh C.M (2016). Trends in rental values of residential properties in Enugu, Nigeria. A comparative study between New Haven and Achars Layout. Journal of Multidisciplinary Engineering, Science and Technology. 3(2).
  • Igwe, C.P., Oladejo, E.I., Obodoh, C.M. (2017) Improving Property Management Using      Geographic Information System (GIS): A Case Study of Udoka Housing Estate, Awka, Anambra State, Nigeria. Journal of Developing Country Studies. Vol. 7.  8
  1. Aniagolu, C.O, Obodoh C.M, Ewurum N.I (2018). An assessment of Commercial                                              real estate performance as an investment option in Nnewi, Anambra State, Nigeria. International Journal of Innovation, Engineering and Science Research. 2(1

NZEKWE, JUSTINA  UZOAMAKA

Lecturer II

B.Sc (Estate Management), M.Sc (Estate Management), PhD (in view)

ESTATE MANAGEMENT

justina.nzekwe@esut.edu.ng

Publications

1) Nzekwe, J. U., Oladejo, E. I. & Emoh, F. I.  Project failure as a reoccurring issue in developing countries: Focus on Anambra State, South East Nigeria International Journal of Energy and Environmental Research, 2015 3 (3), 1-20.

2) Nzekwe, J. U., Oladejo, E. I. & Emoh, F. I.  Assessment of Factors Responsible for Successful Project Implementation in Anambra State, Nigeria. Civil and Environmental Research, 2015, 7(8), 39-58

3) Ifediora, C. O., Idoko O. R. & Nzekwe J. U.  Organization’s stability and productivity: the role of SWOT analysis an acronym for strength, weakness, opportunities and threat. International Journal of Innovative and Applied Research, 2014, 2(9), 23- 32

Nnamani, Blessing Benedeth

Lecturer II

B.Sc (Estate Management), PGDE (Education), M.Sc (Construction Management), M.Sc (Estate Management – in view)

ESTATE MANAGEMENT

benedeth.nnamani@esut.edu.ng

AJAH JANEFRANCES NNEKA

Lecturer II

B.Sc (Estate Management), M.Sc (Estate Management)

nneka.ajah@esut.edu.ng

EGBO PHILIPS NNAJIOFOR

TECHNOLOGIST   II

B.Sc (Estate Management), M.Sc (Estate Management – in view)

ESTATE MANAGEMENT

philip.egbo@esut.edu.ng

CREATIVE ACTIVITIES

  1. An evaluation of the problems and prospects of income tax on rent assessment and administration in Enugu State (Bsc) degree project submitted to the Department of Estate Management ESUT.
  2. Leasing and tenancies agreement, A term paper presented to the Department of Estate Management Unizik, Awka
  3. Enugu State rating law, a term paper presented to the Department of Estate Management, Unizik, Awka
  4. Evaluation of Taxation of Property Rental Income in Enugu State; Msc thesis presented to the Department of Estate Management, Unizik, Awka
  5. Challenges against sustainable property rating assessment and administration in Enugu South Local Government Area (NIESV Critical Analysis)

CONFERENCE PAPER

Egbo P.N. & Nnamani O.C. (2017): The challenges and prospects of property rental income tax administration in Enugu State, International Conference on Property Tax Reform, Faculty of Environmental Sciences, Department Of Estate Management, University Of Lagos

Chikere Chukwudebelu Asogwa

Lecturer II

B.Sc (Estate Management), M.Sc (Estate Management – in view)

ESTATE MANAGEMENT

asogwa.chikere@esut.edu.ng

Geography and Meteorology

The Department of Geography and Meteorology started in the then Anambra State University of Technology (ASUTECH) in 1982, between 1982 and 1992, it existed under the pluridisplinary Department of Urban and Regional Planning & Geography & Meteorology. Consequently on the demerging of the parent Department (URP and Geo&Met) in 1991 following the NUC and professional bodies’ advice; the Department of Geography and Meteorology came up as a full fledged independent department in the University. It was also in the year 1991 that Enugu, Ebonyi and Anambra States were created by the military Regime, resulting in the creation of three different Universities in those states. Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) therefore came into existence as a metamorphosed tertiary institution of the former Anambra State University of Technology (ASUTECH)

The department runs a four- year undergraduate academic programmes leading to the award of baccalaureate (B.Sc.) Degree in Geography & Meteorology. The programme is designed to equip the graduates with the essential concepts, theories and practical’s tools to use and sustainably manage the geospatial and Environmental problems of our present day society. In order to achieve these goals many cognate courses from environmental, social and physical Science courses are incorporated in the undergraduate curriculum to offer the graduates a very strong foundation in handling the geo-spatial and environmental problems of our contemporary society.

  The courses being offered are broadly divided into three areas, viz (i) Elective courses (ii) Geography courses (iii) Climatology and      Meteorology courses. The undergraduate students are advised to take all the compulsory elective courses as well as Geography and Meteorology in line with his/her area of interest.

The department equally hosts the Environmental Management and control Unit of the facully which runs Postgraduate programme, leading to PGD, M.Sc and Ph.D  degres in Environmental Management and control.   She has coordinated this programme since  its  inception in  1991  and  has produced many postgraduates  at the various  levels  of  PGD, M.Sc and Ph.D. lt  is  of interest to  note that many of them have already  advanced  to  professors,  senior  academics and  management  staff  of  various institutions and establishments in the country and beyond.

   The number of staff has grown steadily from 5 in 1982 to 11 full time academic and technical staff, besides adjunct and associate staff.

VISION

The vision is to become a reputable department that provides high quality teaching and research using state-of-the-art technologies including Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at higher level on the Science of Geography, Meteorology, and Environmental Management.

MISSION

The mission is to provide world class training on the use of Geography, Meteorology, and Environmental Management, in order to solve environmental problems, as well as uplift the University’s image both nationally and internationally, as a Centre of Excellence in training of qualified personnel at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

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Dr. E.O.E. NNADI

Head, Quantity Surveying Department

Department of Quantity Surveying

Enugu State University of Science and Technology,

Agbani, Enugu State. Nigeria

Email:  hod.qus@esut.edu.ng,

           ezekiel.nnadi@esut.edu.ng

Tel:      +234-803-864-2860

WELCOME NOTE

The department of Quantity Surveying in Enugu State University of Science & Technology is the oldest in the South East/South South Nigeria. The department is ICT and full Technology driven which makes her remain the best across the Niger. The department gave birth to other institutions within the region. We operate a self-demonstration and practical training to our scholars. A good students-teachers relationship that builds trust, honesty, dedication and hardwork was established in the department to aid in discussing, dissecting and digesting education.

Educational pursuit is deeper than acquisition of certificate. It requires establishing scholars’ tomorrow on the tenets of knowledge sharing and transfer. The root stems from planting their feet on sound moral godliness. We have undergraduate and post graduate programs such as PGD, MSC and PhD. Quantity Surveying Department in ESUT has a wider relationship with several State, National and International institutions.

We are the pacesetter in the Faculty and the University. We remain vibrant because of our irreplaceable role in the construction industry. To be efficient in our roles as cost engineers, construction economics, cost accountants, risks management and financial experts; we must be accommodating, disciplined, vast, organized and focused. In ESUT; we dream and bring it to reality. Join us today to build a sustainable future of purpose.

Introduction:

In the light of diminishing foreign exchange earnings, slump in the value of the Naira and most recently a decrease in the price of petroleum products, there is more than ever before a greater need for cost- consciousness and value for money approach on construction projects.

The construction requires this tuning-up if it is to redeem its image as a most inefficient industry and continue to contribute its quota to the development of the national economy

The role of the Quantity Surveyor in any economy is to provide cost information, cost advice and cost management for all construction projects such as: buildings, civil, other engineering or petrochemical works. QS collates, analysis and stores in easily retrievable forms, all data relevant to cost on construction projects. This often requires the Quantity Surveyor to have the ability to work with figures to high degrees of accuracy.

The Quantity Surveyor works in close collaboration with Architects, and Engineers other professionals concerned with the design and construction process and advices the clients on financial matters pertinent to the planning, construction and maintenance of construction projects.

The Quantity Surveyor may also find himself working for a contractor generally protecting his financial interest both from erosion by co-workers and by the client. The Quantity Surveyor thus has a wide range of employment opportunities both in the public and private sectors.

GENERAL PHILOSOPHY

The philosophy of the Department of Quantity surveying of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology is aim at preparing the students to meet the challenges involved in ensuring financial probity in the conception, planning and execution of development projects (all forms of engineering infrastructure). The programme is therefore designed to provide the graduate Quantity Surveyors with the necessary theoretical base and practical skills to enable them think analytically within a multi-disciplinary field and provide cost and procurement expertise for all forms of infrastructural development projects.

AIM AND OBJECTIVES

The aim of Bachelor’s Degree in Quantity Surveying programmes of Enugu State University of Science and technology is to:

  • Produce Quantity Surveyors with sound academic background that will equip the graduate with the necessary knowledge to fit into evolving technological advancements.
  • Produce graduates that will be able to provide technical, managerial and financial services to Building, Civil, Highways, Heavy Engineering, Petrochemical, manufacturing industries and the public service.
  • Produce graduates that will be able to handle complex problems of the environment such as forestation desertification, erosion and population control and coastal protection.
  • Produce graduates that will be able to proceed to specialized areas of Quantity Surveying that will lead to teaching, research and development.
  • Produce graduates who will be registered with Nigerian Institute of Quantity surveyors (NIQS) and subsequently, Quantity Surveyors Registration Board of Nigerian (QSRBN) and similar organization Worldwide.

OBJECTIVES

  1. Provide cost control and management services on diversified projects in the public and private sectors.
  2. Provide sound contract planning and administration, contract auditing and project management.

Admission Requirements:

Possession of the University Minimum requirements, Departmental requirements and satisfying any of the approved entry routes by the University:

University Requirements

The University requires candidates seeking admission to have credit level passes in five subjects in their Senior Secondary Certificate (SSCE), National Examination Council (NECO) or General Certificate of Education ordinary level in not more than two sittings. In addition, the candidate must have at least a credit in mathematics and English language.

Department Requirements:

The five (5) Credits level passes in (1) above include: English Language, Mathematics. Physics plus at least two from the following subjects: Chemistry, Biology; Technical Drawing or fine arts; Economics; Geography, Building Construction and Surveying.

Entry Routes –           

1. University Matriculation Examination (UME)

2. Direct Entry.

University matriculation Examination – The candidate must obtain the University pass mark in UME

Direct Entry – The Department runs 4 – Years and 3 Years direct entry programmes.

FOUR (4) – YEARS DIRECT ENTRY

The candidate for this programme must in addition to (i) and (ii) above either  possess Advanced education or its equivalent with pass at advanced level in at least two subjects including mathematics and any of physics, chemistry and economics OR

Ordinary National diploma (OND) or National diploma (ND) in Quantity Surveying; Architecture; Building; Civil Engineering or Estate Management with at least a pass at the lower credit level.

 THREE (3) – YEARS DIRECT ENTRY

The Candidates for this programme must in addition to (i) and (ii) above have Higher National diploma (HND) in Quantity Surveying, Building, and Civil Engineering with a pass at the lower credit level.

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