The Afren Headquarters is a 15 floor office building, which is the most advanced construction project ongoing in the prestigious Eko Atlantic City. The project is being built for Oil firm Afren PLC. Work is currently ongoing on the 15th floor and the development is close to topping out. The following update is provided by Bashorun Ahmed. The tower will be in excess of 70 Metres once construction has reached the apex.
Shown below is a recent update of the National Library (Abuja), being built by RCC and the Millennium Tower, being built by Salini Nigeria. Both structures should be finalized by 2015. Construction for both National monuments, commenced around the same time and it is befitting that they will be unveiled roughly around the same time, as well. Find out more about the Millennium Tower, from these previous blog entries. September Blog Entry, July Blog Entry.
T.Adeniyi for BBB.
Black Border Build are bringing you two recent updates of ongoing work in Ikeja. The first is the Execujet Terminal Expansion, which builds on the existing Execujet FPO (One of the best equipped of such facilities in West Africa). The second update comes from Murtala Muhammed International Airport's new terminal; being constructed by CCECC. (See the previous Blog Entry, where the Specifications are outlined). Updates are courtesy of Delondiny.
Execujet Terminal Expansion
Murtala Muhammed International Airport Terminal (CCECC)
New Port Harcourt Terminal Under Construction
The Port Harcourt International Airport, in line with the Aerotropolis Vision. That vision also includes the new CCECC terminals being built in Lagos, Abuja, Enugu and Kano. The Nnamdi Azikiwe Terminal, was covered in this blog entry and the Murtala Muhammed Terminal, was covered in this entry.
The Port Harcourt International Airport, being built by CCECC, the Chinese construction heavyweights, is a 28,000 sqm facility that has work ongoing on three levels concurrently. Aside from the terminal structure, a Dry Cargo building and Apron are also part of the scheme. CCECC took to the site in September 2013 and the following images below, are from August 2014, a year of work. The work, has not been unhindered however, with rainfall and some technical hitches slowing down the pace. The time frame for the project is 24 months, so the project should be completed in 2015 or early 2016 at the latest.
Written by T.Adeniyi for Blackborderbuild.com