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Kogi State partners with Julius Berger to construct 10 road projects

Julius Berger

Kogi State Government says it is in partnership with Julius Berger Nigeria PLC to construct 10 key roads across the three Senatorial districts of the state for infrastructure development of the state. Mr Abdulmumuni Sadiq, Commissioner for Works, disclosed this on Monday in Lokoja while addressing journalists at the end of a Reconnaissance Survey of the roads by a team ...

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How Julius Berger saved Nigeria from embarrassment

How Julius Berger saved Nigeria from embarrassment

“Public anxiety was finally allayed on Tuesday April 17, 2017 as the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja was reopened for normal operations two days ahead of schedule, beating the six weeks project deadline given by the Federal government to its contractors, Julius Berger Plc.”- The Guardian The Nigerian government, through the Minister of state for Aviation, Hadi Sirika had given ...

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The 7 Wonders of Lagos

7 wonders of Lagos

It may seem unnatural to list any tourist site in Lagos among the 7 wonders of Nigeria, considering the numerous tourist attractions in the country, regardless there are some interesting sites in the city of excellence also; sites that can leave anyone who visits spellbound. Just like we did last week with our list of 7 natural wonders of Nigeria, ...

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FG Explains Why Defective Apapa Bridge Was Shut Down

Apapa Bridge

The Federal Government, on Sunday, announced plans to shut indefinitely the collapsing Ijora-Apapa Bridge to traffic for palliative work to be carried out from today, saying the measure became necessary in order to save lives and property. The Minister for Power, Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, who made the remark at a stakeholders’ consultative meeting on the defective bridge ...

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RCC, Julius Berger Resume Work on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Project

RCC, Julius Berger Resume Work on Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Project

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that two construction giants, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc and Reynolds Construction Company (RCC), have returned to site to resume work on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. Reconstruction and rehabilitation works on the highway were suspended due to some issues with the Federal Government which include funding. A NAN correspondent, who took a trip on the ...

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Julius Berger Pledges Better Service Delivery, Trains 5,318 staff In 2015

Julius Berger Pledges Better Service Delivery, Trains 5,318 staff In 2015

Despite its dwindling resources occasioned by huge Debts owed the company by public and private institutions, the construction giant, Julius Berger Plc said the culture of staff training is being sustained to always reposition the company for better service delivery. The Executive Director, Administration of Julius Berger Plc, Alhaji Zubairu Bayi made this known in his address to the 2015 ...

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Julius Berger, RCC continue work on Lagos-Ibadan expressway

FG urged to Resume Work On Lagos-Ibadan Expressway

Construction giants, Julius Berger PLC and RCC, are back on site in continuation of the re-construction of the N167 billion Lagos-Ibadan express way. The presence of workmen became more noticeable at the Redemption Camp and Arepo areas at the Lagos end of the road. While palliative works were ongoing at the failed spots in the Redemption Camp area of the ...

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Nigeria’s construction industry in standstill, waiting for Buhari

construction industry

Nigeria’s construction industry has been near standstill for the past few months due to the triple combination of the inability of the Federal Government to roll out its economic policies, huge debt owed contractors and the advent of the rainy season. The industry which contributes about 70 percent of the country’s gross domestic product, GDP, is having serious multiplier effects on ...

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Julius Berger in land tussle with entrepreneur

Infrastructure financing

On a sunny Thursday afternoon in November 2014, Nonso Ofole, a motor sports park entrepreneur, arrived at his project site in Abuja to a great shocker – a Julius Berger-owned earth-mover was clearing the site he said is duly his. Julius Berger, is a German-owned Nigerian-based construction firm. What followed after Mr. Ofole observed the construction company allegedly trespassing his ...

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