School of Environmental Technology





Prof. H. Odeyinka

Department of Quantity Surveying, Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile-Ife, Nigeria

[email protected]

+234 816 883 1023

Prof. J.B. Olaleye

Department of Surveying, University of Lagos, Lagos, Nigeria

Prof. C. Aigbaboa

Department of Construction Management and Quantity Surveying,

University of Johannesburg,

South Africa

[email protected]

+27 78 795 8231

Prof. A. Abdulrahman,

Faculty of Built Environment and Survey, Universiti of Teknologi, Malaysia

Prof. A.R. Saliu,

Department of Fine Art, Ahmadu Bello University,

Zaria, Nigeria

[email protected]

+234 802 373 8635

Prof. Rudi W. deLange,

Department of Visual Communication, Tshwane University of Technology,

Pretoria, South Africa.

[email protected]

+27 12 460 7496

Prof. E.O. Ibem

Department of Architecture, Covenant University,

Ota, Nigeria

e-mail: [email protected]

Prof. Mohammed Hamdan Ahmed,

Department of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment,

Universiti of Tecnologi, Malaysia.

e-mail: [email protected]

Prof. G.I. Idoro,

Department of Building, University of Lagos,

Lagos, Nigeria.Akure, Nigeria

[email protected]


Prof. A.S. Asaju

Department of Estate Management, The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria

[email protected]


Prof. MohdWiraShafiei,

School of Housing and Planning,

University Sains, Malaysia, Penang Malaysia.

Prof. P.S. Ogedengbe,

Department of Estate Management, University of Benin,

Benin City, Nigeria

[email protected]


Editorial correspondence and manuscript submission should besent to Dr. O.F. Kayode (Technical Editor), SETJET, School of Environmental Technology, The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. Mobile Phone 08035827376, e-mail address: [email protected], [email protected] or [email protected]

    • Journal of Environmental Technology provides an expensive forum for dissemination of ideas, practical development and research findings in the field of environmental design and technology. The journal is published under the auspices of the School of Environmental Technology (SET), The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. It is a primary outlet for articles of high quality concerning all levels of natural and built environment. The journal reflects and welcomes a wide range of scientific, theoretical and empirical approaches especially those that debate the natural, social and cultural values which inform the typical human environment, offer illustrated case studies, analyse and exemplify specific design practices in all sectors of the environment and that critically engage with the past, present and future of the experiential knowledge of the environment.

    SET JET is published twice a year, i.e. June and November.Articles to be published in June must reach the Technical Editor by the end of January of the same year, while those for November should be received by July of the same year.

    • The Journal of Environmental Technology (SETJET) is an international academic journal in Nigeria authored, reviewed, edited and published by the School of Environmental Technology of The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria. It is targeted to promoting and disseminating scientific breakthrough of the environmentalists and related allied professionals in the built environment by providing high quality peer review articles with qualitative editorial, publishing, leadership and learning experiences. SETJET publishes original research, editorial, case studies, research letters and reflections that merit the required standard of publication authored by academia and professional in built environment and related disciplines.
  • THEME:
  • Environmental Design and Technology

  • Art, Design and the Environment
  • Building Construction and Management
  • Housing and Property Development
  • Housing Studies, Building Technology, Landscape and Environmental Sciences
  • Urban & Landscaping Design Studies
  • Architectural Sciences
  • Sustainable Architecture in a developing nation
  • Computer Application/Building Information Modeling
  • Land & Land Use Information Management
  • Physical Planning & Environment
  • Real Estate Investment Analysis/Appraisal
  • Real Property and Environmental Valuation
  • Surveying and City Development
  • Format of Paper

    The paper should include: Title of paper, Abstract , Introduction, Materials and methods, Results and Discussion, Tables and Figures, Conclusion, Acknowledgement, References.Each author should state clearly full first and last name, affiliation, (e.g. Department or Division, Institution, Address, State etc.)If there is more than one author, indicate to whom communications should be sent.

    Abstracts of not more than 250 words should be submitted along with the full paper online as a Microsoft Word document. All abstracts should have five (5) key words.


    All submissions will be acknowledged electronically.

    The Text

    The text should be about 9000 words or a maximum of 20 pages including figures and tables. The article should be typed on one side of the paper in Times New Roman 12point, double spaced with ample margins and should bear the title of the contri­butor(s) and their names. All pages must be numbered. Footnotes to the text should be avoided. The full postal address, including e-mail address and phone number of the author for correspondence should beincluded.


    Contributors should note that because the Journal is refereed; there is a delay between acknowledgement of receipt, and a decision to accept, reject, or specify amend­ments. All submissions are read by the Principal Editor, refereed by at least one co-editor, and a member of the Edi­torial Board, the Overseas Consultants, or exceptionally, an outside expert. Their views are considered by the Editorial Board, or when circumstances demand, by a delegated min­ority that meets more frequently.

    Tables and Figures

    Tables and figures must be included as part of the text and numbering should be in Arabic numerals. Photographic prints (if any) should be of high quality.


    Authors are strongly instructed to stick to the APA REFERENCING STYLE –The references should be listed in full at the end of the paper. The template for citation is provided below:


    Akinbogun, T. L., Ojo, E. B., and Ajala, A. (2018). Preliminary survey of drawing

    manuals in Nigerian art schools, Journal of Art & Design Education, 2(3),



    Aje, I. O. (2008). The impact of contractors' prequalification and criteria of the award on construction project performance in Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria. Akure: An unpublished PhD thesis submitted to the Department of Quantity Surveying, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.


    Bar-On, R. (1997). Development of the BarOn EQ-i: a measure of emotional and social intelligence. Paper Presented at the 105th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Chicago: American Psychological Association.


    Bar-On, R. (2000). Emotional and social intelligence: Insights from the Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i). In R. Bar-On, & J. Parker, The handbook of emotional intelligence. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.

    Bar-On, R. (1997). BarOn Emotional Quotient Inventory: Technical manual. Toronto: Multi-Health Systems.


    Williams, J., &Seary, K. (2010). Bridging the divide: Scaffolding the learning experiences of the

    mature age student. In J. Terrell (Ed.), Making the links: Learning, teaching and high quality student outcomes. Proceedings of the 9th Conference of the New Zealand Association of Bridging Educators (pp. 104-116). Wellington, New Zealand.

    Scheinin, P. (2009). Using student assessment to improve teaching and educational policy. In M. O'Keefe, E. Webb, & K. Hoad (Eds.), Assessment and student learning: Collecting, interpreting and using data to inform teaching (pp. 12-14). Melbourne, Australia: Australian Council for Educational Research.

    Oladapo, R. A. and Babajide, O. (2007, September). Housing, credit, and consumer expenditure. In Bello, M. O. (Chair), Housing and consumer behaviour. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria.


    Reynolds, M. (2018). Personnel Vs. human resources. Retrieved February 28, 2018, from Azcentral:

    Rajeh, M., Tookey, J., & Rotimi, J. O. (2018). Determining the magnitude of transaction costs in construction procurement systems: An exploratory study. Retrieved February 12, 2018, from


    Proofing will be the responsibility of the authors and SETJET editors.Published papers become the copyright of the School of Environmental Technology, FUTA. Please contact the Editor-in-chief or Technical Editor for details.