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Adebayo, RA, Sofowora GG, Onayemi O, Udoh SJ, Ajayi AA.  1997.  Chloroquine - induced Pruritus in Malarial Fever: Contribution of Malaria Parasitaemia and the Effects of Prednisolone, Niacin, and their Combination, Compared with Antihistamine.. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology. 44:157-161.
Adebayo, EA, Alao MB, Olatunbosun OO, Omoleye EO, Omisakin OB.  2014.  YIELD EVALUATION OF PLEUROTUS PULMONARIUS (OYSTER MUSHROOM) ON DIFFERENT AGRICULTURAL WASTES AND VARIOUS GRAINS FOR SPAWN PRODUCTION. Ife Journal of Science. 16adebayo_et_al_13.pdf
Adebayo, RA, Balogun MO, Akinola NO, Akintomide AO.  2002.  The Clinical, Electrocardiographic and Self-Paced Walking Exercise Features of Nigerians with Sickle Cell Anaemia presenting at OAUTHC, Ile-Ife.. Nigerian Journal of Medicine. 11:170-176.
Adebayo P. Idowu, Olajide O. Adeosun, KWO.  2014.  Dependable Online Appointment Booking System for NHIS Outpatient in Nigerian Teaching Hospitals. International Journal of Computer Science & Information Technology. 6(4):59-73.
Adebayo Peter Idowu, REAKOW&.  2014.  A Spatial Conceptual Public Health Data Model for Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Business and Technology. 4(3):511-523.
Adebisi, T. A. and Oni, CS.  2012.  Availability of vocational training facilities for the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) in Nigeria. International Journal of Development and Sustainability. 1(3):889-902.
Adebisi, TA.  2014.  Higher Education and Skills Development: An overview of Nigerian National Policy on Education (NPE). International Journal of Development and Sustainability. 3(12):2218-2227.
Adebisi, E, Alao O, Ojo S.  2020.  Assessment of early warning signs predisposing building projects to failure in Nigeria, 01. Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology. ahead-of-print Abstract
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Adebisi, TA.  2010.  Adult Education and National Productivity in Nigeria. Educational Periscope. 3:45-52.
Adebisi, TA.  2013.  An Investigation into the Problems Facing Vocational Apprenticeship in Osogbo, Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational Development. 5:173-181.
Adebisi, TA.  2019.  Role of Instructional Materials in the Production of Quality Teachers in Open and Distance Education. Lonaka Journal of Learning and Teaching. 10(1):127-139.
Adebisi, TA.  2018.  Increasing Cultural Awareness: The Conscientization Approach. Cross-Cultural Management: A Multidisciplinary Approach. , Ile-Ife: Obafemi Awolowo University Press
Adebisi, T. A. and Oyelami, OO.  2017.  Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Literacy Skills and Workers’ Productivity: Implication for Workplace Learning. TASUED Journal of Adult and Non-Formal Education. 2:75-84.
Adebisi, TA.  2016.  Commercial Motorcycling: Antidote to Unemployment or Breeding Ground of Crimes and Woe? A Case Study of South-Western Nigeria. Contemporary Nigeria Transitional Agencies of Change. , Austin Texas: Pan-African University Press
Adebisi, TA.  2016.  An Assessment of the Application of Andragogical Principles in Teaching of English Language in Adult Literacy Classes in Continuing Education Centers in the State of Osun, Nigeria. Ilorin Journal of Administration and Development, Department of Public Administration. 2(2):36-45.
Adebisi, E, Ojo S, Alao O.  2018.  Assessment of factors influencing the failure and abandonment of multi-storey building projects in Nigeria, 04. International Journal of Building Pathology and Adaptation. 36 Abstract
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Adebisi, TA.  2016.  Women Apprenticeship: A Panacea to Unemployment among Women in Nigeria. British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science. 12(1):1-7.
Adebisi, E, Alao O, Ojo S.  2020.  Assessment of early warning signs predisposing building projects to failure in Nigeria, 2020/01/27. ahead-of-print Abstract

PurposeThe continuous failure of construction projects notwithstanding appreciable increase in project management knowledge has necessitated a proactive approach of assessing early warning signs (EWS) of building projects failure. Building projects are expected to show warning signs before experiencing crises, comparable to a patient displaying symptoms of a disease. Thus, this study aims to examine the EWS that predisposed building projects to failure in Nigeria to provide empirical data for enhancing projects delivery.
Design/methodology/approach
Primary data were used for the study. Structured questionnaire was administered to consultants and contractors’ personnel within Lagos State, Nigeria. A total of 180 copies of questionnaire were administered and 134 copies (combined response rate of 74.44 per cent) were retrieved. Frequency distribution, percentages, mean item score and Mann–Whitney test were used to analyse the data.
Findings
Most construction professionals applied the EWS approach from project planning and early construction phase. The most significant EWS predisposing building projects to failure were “Management inability and incompetence to proactively detect and manage problems at early project stages”, “Actual expenditure is constantly shooting beyond cost estimates” and “Incurred costs already getting higher than the anticipated benefits”. Project/construction management-related symptoms are most significant to predisposing building projects to failure.
Practical implications
The study provided implications for effective project management of building projects through proactive approach which is very paramount to improving the delivery of building projects in Nigeria.
Originality/value
The study provides implications for proactive management of building projects, thereby enhancing the delivery of building projects.

Adebisi, TA.  2015.  Acquisition of Entrepreneurial Skills by Polytechnic Students in Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Educational and Social Research. 5(1):83-94.
Adebisi, TA.  2010.  Effects of computer Training Programmes on Alleviation of Unemployment among Secondary School Leavers in Ile-Ife Metropolis, Osun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education. 2:386-392.