fbpx

Loading... Loading...

Office Development for Avamtcorp Nigeria Ltd

In mid-2006, ATO Architects was introduced by Dolphin Works Limited to the management of Avamtcorp Nigeria Ltd provide Architectural Design services for office development in the Oniru Estate of the Victoria Island, Lagos. Prior to that time, the Executive Directors of Avamtcorp had been in discussions with a South African Architectural Firm and were seeking for a competent indigenous firm to collaborate with.

The client’s intention was for a state of the art office building providing training facilities and virtual office spaces t corporate businesses in the Lagos metropolis. After some discussions, Avamtcorp commissioned ATO Architects fully to revise the original concept drawings and provide pre- and post-contract services up to building completion.

ATO Architects pulled together a team of structural and building services engineers to develop construction documentation. Construction commenced in mid-2007 and was completed in May 2009. The building has 2400sqm of rentable office spaces on 3 floors. The first floor has about 16 training rooms while the 2 upper levels open spaces for flexible partitioning. Parking space for 40 cars was provided on the ground floor. The building was fitted with modern Mechanical and Electrical facilities such as an 8-passenger lift, Access control, Central Air conditioning, CCTV, Burglar Alarm Systems, Photo Sensor Automatic doors, Automated Entrance Gate and intercom. The building was designed to have a simple, minimalist look. Large terraces were introduced on the front façade to add life to the building. An accented leaf green colour highlights the terraces and contrasts with the frameless curtain walling system. Emphasis was placed on optimizing the available land space.

Project Details

Client

Avamtcorp

Location

Oniru, Lagos

Date

July 2007- June 2009

Scope of Work

Design and Construction Supervision

Contract sum

N374 million

enjoyed it? Share it

Facebook

Twitter

Google+

LinkedIn

Pinterest