ADENIYI ONAOPEPO (Publications)
Publisher The Quantity Surveyor, 1(1), 20 – 32 [Nigeria]
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title An Appraisal Of Private Sector Participation In Infrastructure Development In The Nigerian Construction Industry: Lagos State As A Case Study.
Publication Authors Awodele, O. A., Ogunsemi, D. R., and Adeniyi, O.
Year Published 2012
Abstract

This study appraised the involvement  of  private sector in infrastructural development in Lagos
State. Fifty nine respondents consisting of client,  consultants, financiers and concessionaires were
sampled for the  study. The data obtained were analysed using percentiles, charts, and mean item
score. The result shows that many professionals know about the procurement system but their
involvement is limited so far. Also, sectors like transportation, commerce/industry  are attracting
significant attention for investment from the private sector compared to other sectors. Further
assessment revealed that the top ranking problems encountered so far in descending order of
significance included greed and corruption, unavailability of appropriate technology, limited
sources of fund and unstable prices. The study therefore recommended that other viable sectors of
partnership should be explored and cost monitoring committee should be put in place so as to curb
the number one menace which is greed and corruption.


Publisher FUTY Journal Of The Environment, 7(1), 114 - 122
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Impact Of Construction Regulations In Nigeria: Consultants’ And Contractors’ View.
Publication Authors Famakin, I.O., Makanjuola, S. A., Adeniyi, O. and Oladirin, T.O.
Year Published 2012
Abstract

The construction industry business in Nigeria like in other countries cannot be tackled effectively
without harnessing the construction health and safety regulations to safeguard the health of the
workers and the entire community. This paper seeks to assess the views of consultants and
contractors about construction health and safety regulations in Nigeria. Data was collected using
the questionnaire survey distributed among construction professionals and statistical tools
employed include tables, percentages and mean score ranking. The study revealed that construction
health and safety is still perceived to be more important than the traditional project parameters in
the form of cost and quality. Designers perceive that an enhanced environment has great impact on
construction project performance while quantity surveyors see improved quality as having the
greatest impact while contractors perceive improved maintenance as having the greatest impact on
project performance parameter. The study recommends that health and safety should be included as
a project parameter and that related practice notes and guidelines should be evolved for all project
stakeholders.


Publisher Journal Of Construction Project Management And Innovation, 1 (2), 130 – 154.
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities And Threats For Public-Private Partners In Infrastructure Delivery In Nigeria.
Publication Authors Adeniyi, O., Aje, I. O., and Ogunsemi, D. R.
Year Published 2011
Abstract

Public-private partnership (PPP) is basically the collaboration between a public and a private
organisation in order to achieve a specific goal. This paper examines the capabilities of partners
and the environment in which they operate in Nigeria using a case-study approach. Data for the
study were collected from written documents, inter alia company’s business brochures, official
reports, unpublished performance data on resources and operations; interviews were also conducted
with 8 professionals from public and private parties. Data analysis was done using  analytical
induction, content and logical analysis. The study revealed that diversity and multidisciplinary
attributes, and ready access to consultants are among the major strengths of the public partners,
while its weakness is insufficiency of arm. The passing of relevant laws was seen as an opportunity
by both parties, while lack of understanding of roles by ministries, and an unfavourable banking
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climate were identified as threats by the public partner. The private partner identified creativity and
innovativeness, high knowledge of business and superb negotiation ability among its strengths and
saw poor federal influence as a major weakness with poor local understanding of PPP as a threat.
The study concluded that the success of partnerships depends much  on cordial relationships
between partners.


Publisher Journal Of Construction In Developing Countries
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Analysis Of Non-excusable Delay Factors Affecting Contractors’ Performance In Lagos, Nigeria.
Publication Authors Ibironke, O. T., Oladinrin, T. O., Adeniyi, O., Eboreime, I. V.
Year Published 2013
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Publisher Proceedings Of The Joint CIB W070, W092 And TG72 International Conference On Facilities Management, Procurement Systems And Public Private Partnership, Cape Town, South Africa, 23 – 25 January, 2012, 462 – 471.
Publication Type Conferenceproceeding
Publication Title Performance Indicators For Public Private Partnership In Infrastructure.
Publication Authors Aje, I. O and Adeniyi, O.
Year Published 2012
Abstract

The concept of performance measurement is very relevant in virtually all spheres of life. The
concept has received much attention in terms of construction generally, but very few works have
addressed the concept from the perspective of public-private partnership in infrastructure delivery.
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This study therefore developed a set of Performance Indicators (PIs) for infrastructure public-private partnerships in Nigeria. The study employed survey research design approach, extensive
literature review was conducted and possible indicators were extracted. Semi-structured interview
was  then conducted on 12 professionals that have engaged in PPP projects in order to gather their
own opinion on the items to be considered while measuring the success or failure of a PPP project.
The outcome of the interview was then synchronized with what was obtained from literatures and
then presented in the questionnaire that was administered. A 5-point likert scale was used. 87
questionnaire were administered to professionals with PPP experience and 53 were collected. Mean
score, Kruskal- Wallis test and Spearman rank correlation was used for analysis. The result showed
that, there was no significant difference between the sample means of the four groups of
respondents i.e. Consultants, Contractors, Government, and Concessionaires. It was also revealed
that a high magnitude of correlation exists between all but 3 of the 15 indicators presented in the
questionnaire. Also, 14 out of the fifteen indicators had weighted mean scores above 3.00 that was
initially set as the cut-off. The top three indicators were  Cost; Innovation, Learning and
Development; and Sustainability. The study therefore concludes that a number of qualitative and
quantitative indicators apart from the popular ‘iron triangle’ are suitable for measuring the
performance of PPP projects.


Publisher NIL
Publication Type Disertations
Publication Title Threat To Quantity Surveying Practice In Nigeria
Publication Authors Ogunsina O., Obiegbu M. and Adeniyi O.
Year Published 2013
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Disertations
Publication Title Threat To Quantity Surveying Practice In Nigeria
Publication Authors Ogunsina O., Obiegbu M. and Adeniyi O.
Year Published 2013
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Books
Publication Title Survey Of Building Works Cost Estimating Practices Of Quantity Surveyors In Ondo State And Abuja, Nigeria
Publication Authors Adeniyi, O., Oladinrin, T.O., and Owoeye, V. O.
Year Published 2013
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Books
Publication Title Survey Of Building Works Cost Estimating Practices Of Quantity Surveyors In Ondo State And Abuja, Nigeria,,
Publication Authors Adeniyi, O., Oladinrin, T.O., and Owoeye, V. O
Year Published 2013
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Books
Publication Title Construction Industry Dispute Resolution Techniques – Proof-reading
Publication Authors Saka N.
Year Published 2007
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities And Threats For Public-Private Partners In Infrastructure Delivery In Nigeria.
Publication Authors Adeniyi, O., Aje, I. O., and Ogunsemi, D. R.
Year Published 2011
Abstract

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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title An Appraisal Of Private Sector Participation In Infrastructure Development In The Nigerian Construction Industry
Publication Authors Awodele, O. A., Ogunsemi, D. R., and Adeniyi, O
Year Published 2012
Abstract

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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Impact Of Construction Regulations In Nigeria
Publication Authors Famakin, I.O., Makanjuola, S. A., Adeniyi, O. and Oladirin, T.O.
Year Published 2012
Abstract

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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Journal
Publication Title Analysis Of Non-excusable Delay Factors Affecting Contractors’ Performance In Lagos, Nigeria.
Publication Authors Ibironke, O. T., Oladinrin, T. O., Adeniyi, O., Eboreime, I. V
Year Published 2013
Abstract

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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Performance Indicators For Public Private Partnership In Infrastructure.
Publication Authors Aje, I. O and Adeniyi, O.
Year Published 2012
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Performance Indicators For Public Private Partnership In Infrastructure.
Publication Authors Aje, I. O and Adeniyi, O.
Year Published 2012
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Performance Indicators For Public Private Partnership In Infrastructure.
Publication Authors Aje, I. O and Adeniyi, O.
Year Published 2012
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Technical Papers
Publication Title Sustainable Infrastructure Development In A Developing Economy
Publication Authors Mr Adeniyi, o
Year Published 2013
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Towards Achieving A Realistic Costing Of Infrastructure Developments In Nigeria
Publication Authors Mr Adeniyi, o
Year Published 2012
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Achieving Best Value In Public Sector Procurement
Publication Authors Mr Adeniyi, o
Year Published 2012
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Man, Technological Advancement And Sustainable Development
Publication Authors Mr Adeniyi, o
Year Published 2010
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Publisher NIL
Publication Type Conference
Publication Title Ethical Issues And The Challenges In Construction Professionals Service Delivery
Publication Authors Mr Adeniyi, o
Year Published 2006
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