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ONSITEIMS EXPANDING INTO AFRICA

Posted on June 18, 2021

With 20+ years of experience in the industry, OnSiteIMS is expanding into Africa at a remarkable rate. With recent projects launched in Nigeria, Namibia, Ghana, and South Africa.

New projects launched include –

Lagos American Speciality Hospital (R760 Million) Lagos, Nigeria –

The Lagos-American Speciality Hospital was created so that doctors will be able to care for patients in a state-of-the-art medical facility located in Nigeria.

American-Standard Operating Theatres, cutting edge imaging modalities, consultation suites where you can be seen by your doctor, and a full range of ambulatory services.

Design and Build by De Simone Ltd.

Client: De Simone Ltd.
Location: Lagos, Nigeria
Type: Specialized Hospital
Value: R760 Million

 

 

National Cathedral Ghana (R3,9 Billion) Accra, Ghana –

The National Cathedral will house 5000 people with a further capacity of 10 000 more in the wings to the side of the podium.

The combination of its sheer scale, complex geometry and large spans adds to the engineering challenge of delivering a building in a seismic prone area, making it a unique project across Ghana’s emerging landscape.

Professional team includes Adjaye Associates, Ribade JV, Gold Coast Project Managers, Farrow Laing QS’s

Client: Ribade Company LTD
Location: Greater Accra, Ghana
Type: Cathedral
Size : 51,000m²
Value: R3,9 Billion

 

 

Pullman Hotel (R1,4 Billion) in Accra, Ghana

The Pullman Hotel is a joint development between Platinum Properties and Accor Hotel Group.

Due to open in Accra’s Airport City in 2022, the project will be the West African country’s first dual-hospitality offering.

Client: Diagonal Projects
Location: Accra, Ghana
Type: Hotel & Apartments
Size : 40 000m2
Value: R1,4 Billion

 

 

 

As we expand our services to Africa, negotiations are currently underway with Origin Project Managers, (ABSA Bank Ghana), Eris Property Development (FNB Head Office Swaziland) and Bovell Ross (Ryalls Hotel Lilongwe, Malawi). We are also looking forward to Garden City Mall (R646 Million) starting up again towards the 3rd quarter of 2021.

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