History of ITB
ITB Nigeria Limited was incorporated in November 1995 as a private limited liability company and since its incorporation; the company has grown into a major builder and is among the leading construction companies in Nigeria.
The company has executed various landmark projects in the country among which are the National Assembly Complex Abuja, the Eko Hotel Expo Centre Lagos, the Eko Towers, Sapertro Towers, Ocean Parade Complex, and the Twenty Five Storey Milan InterContinental Hotel, Lagos. It has currently in its portfolio various projects that include Hotels, Offices and Residential Developments.
ITB has a well-trained and highly motivated work force that is well oriented and focused on timely delivery of projects. It has in its employment over 3,000 Nigerians and expatriates, which includes over 300 qualified Nigerian professionals. With is current workforce, ITB has attained a level of flexibility that enables it to deploy its human resources to new projects without affecting ongoing projects.
…Branches and Subsidiaries
ITB Nigeria Limited is equipped with a strong piling subsidiary, ITB Foundations, which specializes in subsoil investigation and piling works (pre-cast piles, C.F.A, Fundex…).
ITB has a main yard in Abuja which was established in 1997 on an overall area of 77,900m², with over 30,000m2 of that as built area. It is located along Murtala Mohamed express way, having well over 1,500 independent workers and housing numerous units such as administrative unit, aluminium factory, joinery/furniture factory, precast concrete/pre-stress department and welding workshop.
There is also a yard located along Aba-Port Harcourt expressway in Port Harcourt, Rivers state. This yard contains administrative offices, and a storage facility that houses ITB major construction materials and equipment. This yard serves as the company base for its operations in the Eastern part of Nigeria.
The company is currently building a massive construction yard in Ibadan on approximately 50,000m² of land to service all its operations in the South Western part of the country. The main function if this yard is to produce precast hollow core slabs, which is the first of its kind in Nigeria
In Lagos state, ITB has massive storage warehouses of 11,200m2 built on 30,600m² of Land. This facility is located in the heart of the Mega City at Mile 2. This has helped in solving the inherent storage problems in Lagos. With its proximity to the port, our central store in Lagos also serves as temporary storage transit point for all other sites outside Lagos.
There is also a yard in Kaduna, a quarry in Calabar and an asphalt-plant in Umuahia owned and operated by ITB Nigeria Limited.
These subsidiaries enable ITB Nigeria Limited to render all-inclusive services from foundation to completion to its clients. The company is currently working on obtaining its ISO certification.