Q Assignment is the study about the on site waste & construction management effects in Sultanate of Oman Barka to Shinas Home, - Construction and Demolition Waste Management and its Environmental Impact on Site Location Environmental and workers Impact on site location in Sultanate of Oman OBJECTIVES: 1. To find out how the demolition and construction waste management is conducted. 2. To establish how the level of the demolition and construction waste management impact the health of workers. 3. To determine how the demolition and construction waste management affect the location of the site. SYNOPSIS AND PLAN OF WORK The work will involve an analysis of the various waste management methods used to collect the construction and demolished materials from the site. The kind of method that will be used to clear the waste products will determine if the site is good for the location of such activities. The collection of the waste products may involve the services of a contracted company or that of volunteers or from the company itself. Generally, if the method of collecting the construction and demolished products is considered ineffective then the area will not be considered appropriate for site location. BASIS OF PROJECT/ RATIONALE The project is important in providing an adequate knowledge that will be used by any stakeholder who needs to locate a construction site at the Oman region. The preliminary factors that will be considered before locating a site are the effectiveness of waste management including those of construction and demolition. Generally, waste products after a construction or during the demolition degrade the environment and require proper management to avoid the deterioration. Therefore, the project will give a suitability of locating a construction site at the region after considering how the waste products will be managed. Ideally, the information will be provided by the local population whom will help the study team in knowing the existing methods of waste management in place and their effectiveness. Moreover, the researchers will identify a study gap based on the information obtained and the needed adjustments that may be made to improve the suitability of the area and the waste management process. OUTLINE METHODOLOGY The basis of the study is to determine the environmental and employees effect on the location of a site in Oman. The method majors on the efficiency of the methods that will be used to collect demolished and construction waste products at the site. However, this will require collection of information about the area to obtain adequate knowledge on how the process will be conducted. The data will be collected using various methods such as questionnaires that will be distributed to the respondents who are well conversant with the area and have some knowledge regarding the waste collection methods that have worked before. Also, the information will be obtained through other methods such as observation, interviews, surveys, and the use of secondary data which involves the use of previous documentation that are relevant to the research. Observation as a method of data collection will be important in gathering information from things that cannot talk. For example, the area will be observed for its suitability for the construction project. Additionally, some of the bridges that have constructed at the area before will be observed to identify any weaknesses that are likely to occur in the whole process of construction. Further, the suitability of the area for the construction project will determined through observing the surrounding. However, the use of interview will be important in collecting information from people including the members of the local area and other people who will be involved. The researchers will arrange a meeting with the individuals where they will discuss the needed information and the response recorded and later analyzed. Similarly, survey and information from secondary sources will be used in obtaining further information regarding the project. Majorly, the project will involve the use of quantitative data which will involve the collection of numerical values that will then be evaluated later to aid in the decision making process (Lowry et al., 2016, p 237). The study will involve an analysis of the area after being visited and the inclusion of the population around the place to aid in providing adequate background information which will give better details for understanding the region. Moreover, the study area is large and will involve a larger sample size to be used that will give a generalization of the entire region. The sample size used will depend on the accuracy of the results that will be derived from the study. Actually, the project is considered costly and a risky investment. Therefore, the sample size used will be large enough to give more accurate information about the study area for the construction of the bridge. However, the weakness of the study is that the area is isolated, and, also difficult to access which will make it difficult to obtain study elements. Luckily, there are several secondary information about the area that will be used in addition to the primary data that will be obtained. Nevertheless, the challenge will be overcome by using the services of some local people who are well acquainted with the area to guide us in obtaining the respondents. Despite the remoteness of the region, there are local people who know the area better and will aid in locating the best area for the construction. Further, they will provide the needed cheap labor that will be needed from unskilled employees. The strategy of obtaining cheap labor from the local population, and, also giving them employment is a form of social responsibility where the locals will also feel that they are part of the project as they will help in the construction process. Moreover, the low cost of labor from the region will help in reducing the total expenses that will be incurred during the construction. The research will majorly involve the use of numerical values from a larger population size that will be entered on a computer and analyzed using various statistical methods. However, there will be a little bit of qualitative evaluation of the non-numerical data that will be collected during the research (Chambers, 2017, p58). The analysis is suitable for the study because it will provide an adequate understanding of the area which is very large and requires summarized information from various sources. Hence, the use of quantitative method as the primary technique of analysis will aid in summarizing the required information more easily. The analysis will help in answering the research question by enabling the study team to understand the area better and make rational decision regarding whether the area should be abandoned or is suitable for locating a site. Moreover, the sample used will be large enough to give a general view of the outcome of the entire population. FACILITIES REQUIRED/AVAILABLE The study will involve a lot of resources that the researchers do not have such as the cost of travelling to the area and paying the local experts who will aid in the process. However, the team will conduct a fund rising to provide the needed money to complete the whole process. The amounts will be collected from friends, family members, and other people who are interested in the outcome of the study. However, there are other expensive items that will be used once, and, therefore will be less appropriate to purchase such as the vehicles needed to access the area and some heavy machines to be used. In such cases, the items will be leased and returned after the completion of their use (Bourjade, Huc and Muller-Vibes, 2017, p34). Further, the study will need the services of labor including both skilled and unprofessional workers. The unskilled labor will be needed in carrying some items that are necessary for the study. However, the skilled labor will give a deeper understanding of the region and the methods of waste management as well as an understanding of the legislations used within the region. Therefore, the arrangement will avail every resource needed for the completion of the study.