According to Nigeria’s National Bureau of Statistics, the construction industry since 2010 has enjoyed a real growth rate of 13%. Government infrastructure spending has been a major driver of this growth as well as private sector investment in both residential and non-residential construction activities. So how can local and foreign investors take advantage of this

  81% of engineering and construction CEOs are confident of revenue growth over the next 12 months, rising to 92% over three years.   51% of engineering and construction CEOs are concerned about bribery and corruption, down from 67% last year.   These are excerpts from the 18th edition of PwC’s Annual Global CEO Survey

In a previous post, I’ve talked about the growing opportunities in the Nigerian construction industry. In this post, I will be sharing some mega-construction projects currently ongoing in the country as a testament to the growth of the Nigerian construction industry. Enjoy! 8 Mega Construction Projects in Nigeria! Here are 8 Mega-Construction Projects in Nigeria,

Abuja — The Federal Government, through the Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the National Population Commission (NPC) and the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), has developed a framework to determine whether Nigerians are adequately housed or not through a national housing survey. Speaking at the weekend at

The National Assembly should urgently pass the bill for the enforcement of the Nigerian National Building Code, the Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria has said. The Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria CORBON, in a statement signed by its Chairman, Prof. Kabir Bala, said the loss of lives through building collapse had become a national

Lagos is the world’s fastest growing megacity, riding on a lucrative oil industry and expanding economy. But while skyscrapers furnish the business elite, millions in the city’s slums wonder if they will benefit. “Lagos will become the financial hub for the continent of Africa”, says David Frame, the managing director of Eko Atlantic. He is