Implication of Environmental Impacts Assessment on Construction Projects in Nigeria


Implication of Environmental Impacts Assessment on Construction Projects in Nigeria


OTTI, V.I., NWAFOR, A.U. AND DANNWAFOR, K.

CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT FEDERAL POLYTECHNIC OKO


American Journal of Engineering Research and Reviews

The paper describes the consequence of environmental development as degrading, disrupting process to social activities, leading to unconducive life through economic, social system and cultural value. Environment and Development complementing each other, where a carefully nurtured environment continues to provide the basis for continuous development.


Keywords: Environment, consequence, project, impact,development, economy, social.


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OTTI, V.I., NWAFOR, A.U. AND DANNWAFOR, K. Implication of Environmental Impacts Assessment on Construction Projects in Nigeria. American Journal of Engineering Research and Reviews, 2018, 1:10


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