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CKL embarks on JK RANDLE CENTRE FOR YORUBA CULTURE & HERITAGE

Posted on March 12th, 2018

Construction Kaiser Limited’s Board of Directors, Management and Staff are excited to undertake the J.K Randle Center for Yoruba History and Culture project for the Lagos State Government at a time that we prepare to roll out the drums for the celebration of our 25th Anniversary. We pride ourselves as an indigenous building and civil engineering construction company, handling iconic projects for the growth and development of Nigeria.

On the J.K. Randle Museum Project, we are eager to deliver this iconic project to the people of  Lagos in record time in order to key into the delivery of dividends of democracy to Lagosians by His Excellency, Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode. The project execution team for this project have been selected with the objectives of the project in mind. During the life of this project, Lagos State Employment Trust Fund (LSEFT) will collaborate with Construction Kaiser Limited to use this construction site as a training ground for over 200 artisans and 5 construction entrepreneurs under the Lagos State Employability Support Project. This would further empower Lagosians and create employment for its youths.

CKL’s promise on the J.K Randle Museum Project is qualitative and timely delivery drawing from its experience in the execution of major civil and engineering construction like the 1050MW power plants, telecommunication data center, telecommunication switch centre, medium to high rise buildings, warehouses and other residential developments.

The ground breaking event took place on January 9th, 2018.