Assessment of Barriers to Communication in The Nigerian Construction Industry
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– Assessment of Barriers to Communication in The Nigerian Construction Industry –

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Abstract

All the various stages of construction rely on professionals transferring appropriate and relevant information to develop a buildable design that meets the client’s requirements.

As the project unfolds and the design is realized, information in the form of drawings, specifications and construction methods must be communicated from one expert to another.

This study’s aim to find out the factor that causes communication barriers in the construction industry.

A cross sectional descriptive study design was used and 100 professionals from the construction industry were selected using a non-probability convenience sampling technique.

Statistical package for social sciences (SPSS Version 20) was used for the analysis. Data was summarized using frequency tables and graphic presentation.

Introduction

Construction industry is one of the most booming industries in the world. It is mainly urban based and is concerned with preparation as well as construction of real estate properties.

The repairing of any existing building or the making of certain alterations in the same building also comes under the construction industry.

The construction industry accounts for around one-third of the world’s gross domestic product, seven percent of employment, half of all resource usage and up to forty percent of energy consumption.

The construction industry is also a key indicator and driver of economic activity and wealth creation (Mehra, 2009). 

Therefore communication within the construction industry is essential as efficiency in building depends upon the quality of relationship between the clients, professionals, contractors and sub-contractors.

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