Responsibilities and Sections

Physical Planning and Development Unit

Responsibilities of Physical Planning and Development Unit

  • Implementation and Monitoring of the University Master Plan.
  • Project Initiation, Planning, Design, Supervision and Monitoring of Capital Projects in the University.
  • Supervision of activities of External Consultants and Contractors.
  • Project report writing, valuations and cost monitoring.
  • Represent the University on technical issues and capital projects.

Sectional Heads

Nnamdi N Nwokorie

Chief Architect
B.Sc.(Arc), M.Sc, MNIA, ARCON-Reg

Architectural Section

Functions of the Section

  • Generally, to regulate the practice of architecture in the university such that it conforms to the national and international standards and requirements.
  • Stands as the client’s representative in all matters that pertain to architecture between the university and consultants, contractors, individuals, and government.
  • The section plays a key role in the review of sketch/preliminary design as presented by external consultants.
  • Resident supervision of on-going projects in the University.
  • Initiating design and production of drawings for new projects (in-house).
  • Liaison and co-ordination with other professionals in the Unit to achieve successful project delivery.

Responsibilities of Sectional Head

  • Co-ordinates and assigns roles to subordinates
  • Checks, vets and endorses/approves design productions
  • Organizes meetings and site inspections for projects especially the ones which external consultants are not involved.
  • Advises the Unit Director and the University Management on issues related to Architecture.
  • Oversees the day to day and indeed all the functions of the Architectural Section.
Engr Ugo Joe Ifeanyi

Principal Electrical Engineer
B.Eng, PGD, MNSE, COREN-Reg

Electrical/Mechanical Engineering Section

Functions of the Section

Electrical Services

  • Electrical section supervises a variety of electrical service projects, wiring, lighting and lightening protections system in buildings within the University.
  • Electrical section rely on Computer Aided Design (CAD) systems for the creation of schematics and to layout circuits and they use computers to stimulate how electrical devices & systems will function.
  • Preparing reports by collecting, analyzing and summarizing information and trends
  • Finally maintaining products and University reputation by complying with Federal and State regulations.
  • Designing layouts using computer aided design software.

Mechanical Services

Responsibilities of Sectional Head

  • Sectional head are responsible for internal and internal management specialist and organizational tasks in mechanical and electrical sections, integrated within the strategic development of the University.
  • Authorized to issue instruction and make decisions with regard to their tasks.
  • Regular reviewing and optimization of the processes in own area of responsibility and cross  functional interface.
  • Representing the interest of the area of responsibility externally of necessary in consultation with the next highest hierarchical level.
AVATA

Assistant Chief Quantity Surveyor
HND (QS), B.Sc (QS), MNIQS, QSRB-Reg

Quantity Surveying Section

Function of the Unit

  • Preparing Estimate, Bills of Quantities, Schedules of materials/Labour for the construction of building & other projects.
  • Analyzing construction costs.
  • Undertaking general contract administration.
  • Measuring sites and locations.
  • Carrying out administrations for interim or final certificates and settlement of account.
  • Preparing forum for capital estimates and expenditure return as required by National Universities Commission or other funding agencies.
  • Supervising and coordinating the activities of staff in lower grades in the unit.
AVATA

Chief Planning Officer
B.URP, MNITP, RTP

Planning Section

Functions of the Section

  • To provide qualitative and professional advice to the Vice-Chancellor and Management on all matters relating to town planning services as they affect the Physical Planning and Development of the University through the Director.
  • To carry out site selection and location services for all projects and land uses using the University Master Plan.
  • To vet the location and site plans of development projects.
  • Control of land use development using the University master  plan as to ensure strict adherence to the preconceived Master Plan of the University.
  • Vet all periodical review of the University Master Plan as appropriate.
AVATA

Principal Engineer (Civil/Struct)
B.Eng.,MNSE.,COREN-Reg

Civil/Structural Engineering Section

Functions of the Section

  • Design of civil and structural engineering works
  • Supervision of all civil/ structural engineering works
  • Preparation of bill of engineering measurement and evaluation (BEME)
  • Attending site meetings and inspection of on-going projects.
Mrs. Chinyere Catherine Nwogu

Principal Assistant Registrar
NCE, B.Ed, M.Ed

Administrative Section

Emailyugoharris19977@gmail.com
Phone No: 08032701361

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