Piqued by the frequency of building collapse in the country, the President of Nigerian Institute of Architects, (NIA), Tonye Briade has called for an audit on the activities...
Minister berates contractors over N700m road project
The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Muhammad Bello has warned the contractors handling the Kuje-Gwagwalada road project, Messrs Craine Builders and Engineering Limited to hasten up or quit the site without further delay.
Builders tasked on innovative materials, construction technology
Professional builders have been urged to up their games in order to deliver quality buildings and affordable housing through a mixture of innovative building materials and construction technology.
Ondo commits to SDG target on environmental health
In a move to fully eradicate a wide range of diseases and address many different persistent and emerging health issues, the Ondo State Waste Management Authority...
Archibuilt begins today in Abuja
The annual specialised exposition on the building, construction and infrastructural development – Archbuilt, promoted by the Nigerian Institute of Architects (NIA) will begin in Abuja today.
Developer to deliver Kingsway Tower in 2018
The building’s orientation is also critical, with the east and west faces minimized for reduced solar exposure.“SAOTA is an architectural firm particularly concerned with intricate and explicit attention to detail.
ESVARBON tasks estate agents on professional conduct
On activities of quacks in the profession, he said those involved do not fall within ESVARBON’S jurisdiction hence, enforcing discipline on them becomes a herculean tasks.
Architects to settle rift, plan architectural projects in Lokoja
Disturbed by the controversy surrounding the registration of new members, top leaders in the architectural practice may have waded into the dispute and plan to resolve the rift.
Oyo demands approval plans from varsities, others
Poised to check wanton disregard for building plans, the Oyo authorities have requested State planning approvals from tertiary and commercial institutions in the state.
Lagos pays N8 billion compensation to property owners
Amid complaints trailing the Lagos State’s urban development agenda, the government said it has paid about N8billion compensation, to individuals and groups whose properties were affected by key projects and development in the state in the last one-year through its Land Bureau Unit.