The multinational construction giant, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc has bagged triple honour for excellent quality and best international engineering standards. The awards were bestowed on the company by the Third Observers, Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB) and the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV).
The award revolved around the company’s commitment to engineering construction as well as for excellent service delivery in line with global best practices.
Presenting the Third Observers award, the Board Chairman, Dame Priscilia Kuye observed that the honour was to highlight Julius Berger’s positive and consistent 20 years of dividend payments as a quoted company in the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).
The company bagged the NIESV award in appreciation of their tremendous support towards the growth of the Institution.
Recall that on 12th December 2017 that NIOB also presented to Julius Berger’s board and management a plaque of appreciation.
According to NIOB, the award was based on the company’s commendable performances in health and safety, good quality construction, projects delivery and responsive deeds of corporate social responsibility towards the growth and development of professional organisations in the Nigerian built environment.
Reacting, the executive director administration of the company, Alhaji Zubairu Ibrahim Bayi appreciated the professional bodies for the worthy recognition.
He noted that the company is embedded with a corporate tradition, steady and improving work culture.
“The bottom line in all our operations and contract implementation revolves around the total satisfaction of our clients and we deliberately strive higher to excel in our historical values and supersede the expectations of our clients”.
Bayi disclosed that the company has guided operational policy in delivering contractual obligations while positively working to make their clients happier.
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