UPDATED NOVEMBER 2019

Dover Court, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Ahmadu Bello, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

Commencement Date

2019

Completion Date

2020

Size

4,000sqm

Floors

8


Developer

Private Individual

Main Contractor

Cappa and D’Alberto Plc

Project Managers

Consultants Collaborative Partnership

Structural Engineers

Consultants Collaborative Partnership

Architects

Consultants Collaborative Partnership

Electrical Engineers

Melcon M Nigeria Limited

Mechanical Engineers

Melcon M Nigeria Limited

Sub Contractor

Kenol Nigeria Limited

Quantity Surveyors

Ejik Donene and Partners

Located on Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, an 8-floor development is a proposed HQ for an oil servicing company. Other developments such as One Square, Nestoil Tower and the White Orchid are in close proximity to this new development which would add a further 4,000 sqm to the already robust office market development pipeline in Lagos.

The main contractor, Cappa and D’Alberto Plc, has also been involved in other developments across the Lagos metropolis most notably The Oceanna, BAT Rising Sun Tower and the recently completely Access Bank HQ (Formerly Diamond Bank HQ before the Acquisition).

According to the Architects, Consultants Collaborative Partnership, the design intent is to develop a highly functioning office building with a clean, modern and timeless façade. This is being achieved with the play of aluminium composite panels on the curtain wall which has a strong chamfer to give rise to the timeless use of columns to suspend the roof structure.

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