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G3 Systems Wins Overseas Construction Works Contract for Refurbishment of the British Deputy High Commission Office in Lagos, Nigeria

G3 Systems Limited, the British company with over 20 years of operationally proven expertise in designing and producing deployable containerised solutions and providing infrastructure support to military and government organisations in remote locations across the globe, has just been awarded a multi-million-pound contract by the Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO) for the remodelling and refurbishment of the British Deputy High Commission (BDHC) in Lagos, Nigeria.

The contract, awarded following a competitive tendering exercise, is a mix of demolition, refurbishment, new build and landscaping works estimated to take 18-24 months. The objectives of the FCDO project are to enhance the working environment for deployed staff, ensure compliance with modern building standards, maximise space utilisation and minimise ongoing maintenance and running costs.

The project will also seize the opportunity to enhance compound security and improve the compounds overall environmental performance, in line with government net carbon zero goals.

Throughout the works, the BDHC will remain occupied and fully operational. Therefore, an essential component of the project is to provide close liaison with staff to ensure the project works are synchronised with their operational needs.

Nick Rose, Managing Director G3 Systems said, “This is excellent news for G3 Systems and a very exciting extension of our existing construction capability. We have a strong pedigree of providing deployable containerised embassy solutions for the government in the past and delivering projects in remote locations for the military, but this is a first to manage a complex construction project in a remote location for the FCDO, which is a fantastic addition to our current portfolio.

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