Ogun State Property and Investment Corporation, OPIC, has handed over sites to the nine task managers to be involved in the construction of 30 units of 2-bedroom flats in its Agbara residential estate.
Speaking while handing over the sites, general manager of OPIC in Agbara, Engr. TaiwoAridegbe, said the step was another fulfillment of the state’s administration’s promise to deliver housing estates across its three senatorial districts. He said that on completion, the number of houses available within the estate would increase.
Recalling that work was already in progress at the Orange Valley Estate, Oke-Mosan, in Abeokuta, Aridegbe said the involvement of the task managers would ensure that the housing project was completed within the expected eight-week period, as they were to work in clusters.
“This project is a unique one and the beauty of having nine task managers was to ensure uniformity and also having our development in clusters,” Aridegbe said. He urged the managers to work as a team and in tandem with the mission of the government on delivering quality houses to the people of the state, saying OPIC’s monitoring team would be on ground to ascertain quality.
“You must deliver quality houses and our monitoring team would always be on ground to ensure standard,” he added. Speaking in the same vein, OPIC’s head of building services department in Agbara, Builder OlanrewajuAbatan, reiterated that the corporation would not compromise quality.No tags for this post.