Tuesday, 23 January 2018

Current Construction Workers' Labour Rates in Nigeria 2018 (Osaz'Index)


Engr. Osaz', your contractor of first choice keeps you up-to-date with the current labour rates for the construction industry across Nigeria. 

These rates are based largely on independent (in-house) research from on-the-field observations together with figures from wide consultations with other construction professionals across Nigeria. 


We hope you know that it is not within our powers to determine what any worker earns or how companies pay their construction workers. Therefore these rates only serve as a guide. We are determined to update it from time to time. 

However if you find any rate that is a foul cry from what obtains in your area, kindly indicate in the comment box. We will verify and update quickly. 

Reliably Yours! 


HSL - Highly-Skilled Labour, SL - Skilled Labour,
SSL - Semi-Skilled Labour, USL - Unskilled Labour

Generally, 1 day = 8 hours of work and 2 hours of break



















Don't keep this information to yourself. Always mention to your friends that these prices, costs or values are Osaz'Index or that you got this tip exclusively from  EngineerOsaz's blog. Thank you and Success on your project!








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17 comments:

  1. Sir I really love the Job you do. Will be happier if I can b trained by you.. To hav more knowledge on the field. I stuied Qs.. And I want to ask if this rate are still up to date

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    1. Yes they are up-to-date.

      You can apply as an intern with us via engineerosaz@gmailcom or other available channels.

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  2. Fantastic work you're doing Engr Osaz. However, a bit of reservation on the concrete casting rate. Generally it goes with the volume being dealt with and also, the work section. Strategically, one can achieve concrete casting for 4000/m3 depending on your work flow and bargaining power.

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    1. Thanks for your sharing your knowledge COSTO INT!

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  3. Hello Sir engr. Osz' Thank you for the good work you are doing. I am very much glad to see you educating the world with the knowledge and experience you have.
    Pls, I also have one reservation on one of the rate definition i.e. Trench excavation, your rate is quoted as per sqm but I think it should either be meter or cubic meters (if it's meters there should be a conditional properties )

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    1. Okay. Thanks for your observation and sorry for the late response; engrossed in work.
      Let me clarify. Usually trenches do not reach up to 1-m in width so we adopt the length by depth in determining its lateral size par quantity. That's why we use square-metre for trench excavation but this is not the same for pit excavation.

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    2. Thanks for the explanation.
      Regards

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  4. Ingr. Osaz' in fact you have realy help me find my bearing in this country. I was finding it a bit difficult to get info when I arrived in this country but with your able good gusture I am now fully in control. You have rich me in the profession. I thank you and keep the good work as your reward is going to be countless.

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  5. informative post! I really like and appreciate your work, thank you for sharing such a useful facts and information about manual worker pay strategies, keep updating the blog, hear i prefer some more information about jobs for your career hr jobs in hyderabad .

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  6. Great blog post! I like your work and mostly when I visit your blog, I always found some great information about construction strategies, thank you for sharing useful facts about strategies for hundred employees, please keep updating the blog, and if you want to know about construction recruitment just visit our site for your better future plan.

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  7. Really great blog!!We hope you know that it is not within our powers to determine what any worker earns or how companies pay their construction workers.
    construction news online

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  8. Thumb up for you. Great job you're doing here. 👍

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  9. What of labour rates per day for riggers

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  10. Hello Sir Happy Sunday and trust you are good? Please just to suggest if you can add a like or thumbs up batten so one can appreciate your work, comments and other inputs by both you and others.

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  11. Engr. Osas, I really enjoy all of the materials on your website. As a young graduate of Quantity Surveying, your website has given me a well researched knowledge very exact than classroom guestimations and assumptions. Thank you so much sir. I will also appreciate if you can assist me with information on companies willing to employ a HND holder in QS.(OBASIOCHIESIMEON@GMAIL.COM)
    Thanks in anticipation.

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  12. You have done some great work putting this together. It can't have been easy. Well done!!!

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