The directors of CMP have contributed to the successful completion of a number of international projects both within the public and private sectors. The projects include:

United Kingdom:

Bushey Leisure Centre, (UK) – £10Million
Amersham Health, (UK) – £4Million
Circle 33 Housing Trust, (UK) – £70Million
Overhead & Underground Tanks – £3Million
Gas Pipeline, (UK) – £2Million
Barracks refurbishment (UK) – £8Million
Offices Refurbishment (UK) – £10Million
Office Construction (UK) – £26Million


American International School, Lekki – $30Million
Luxury Apartment, Ikoyi, Lagos – $35Million
Office Development, Ikoyi, Lagos – $50Million
Residential Estate for MTNN. Lagos – $85Million
Access Bank Training Facility & Campus – $72Million
Stanbic Bank/IBTC – $100Million
Residential Estate, Yaba, Lagos – $5Million
Marriott Hotel, Lekki, Lagos – $130Million
Residential Apartments, Ikoyi, Lagos – $20Million
Bakassi Resettlement Project – $8Million
Calabar Metropolitan Market, Calabar – $40Million
Sogenal Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos – $30Million
Frith Hill Heights, Ikoyi, Lagos – $20Million
Glover Green, Ikoyi, Lagos – $50Million
House on the Rock Cathedral, Lagos – $30Million
Access Bank Data Centre, VI, Lagos – $4Million
Calabar Riviera Club – $35Million
Portside Industrial Park, Calabar – $40Million
Eko Modupe Court – $100Million
Asa Dam Development, Ilorin – $30Million
The Fountain of Life Church, Lagos – $30Million
Cameron Green, Ikoyi, Lagos – $21Million
The Citadel, Abuja – $50Million
Calabar Convention Centre – $120Million
CICC Road, Calabar – $30Million
FIRS Headquarters, Abuja – $400Million
Calabar Golf Course – $20Million
Calabar New Development Area – $750Million
Warri Industrial Business Park – $1.4Billion
Shell Diving Centre, Lagos – $7Million
Maranatha Island, Lagos – $4Billion
Bridge Leadership Centre, Calabar – $8Million
Calabar Golf Estate – $30Million
Calabar Specialist Referral Hospital – $30Million
Calabar Carnival Village – TBC


Calabar Golf Club House – $5Million
Shell IA 200 Office Block, Port Harcourt – $20Million
Shell AW139 Helicopter Hangar – $15Million
Calabar Monorail – $45Million
Safetower Apartments, Lagos – $15Million
Abuja Technology Village – $1Billion
Four Points Hotel, Calabar – $30Million
Sheraton Hotel, Abuja – $100Million
Golf Estate, Port Harcourt – $60Million
FBN Capital HQ, Lagos – $20Million
Lakowe Lakes Golf Club – TBC
Hotel Presidential, Enugu – TBC
Scarsdale Offices, Banana Island, Lagos – $12Million
Ariel Apartments, Banana Island, Lagos – $28Million
Trinity Towers, Oniru, Lagos – TBC
Reef Court Estate, Port Harcourt – TBC
African Quality Assurance Centre – $29Million
Ambulatory Surgery Centre of Lagos – $10Million
MGallery Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos – $25Million
Pullman Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos – $40Million
Throne of Grace, Ebute Metta, Lagos – $40Million
Ikoyi Crescent Townhouses, Lagos – TBC
Kwali Logistics Centre, Abuja – TBC
Pullman Short Stay Apartments, Ikoyi, Lagos – $50Million
Canopy by Hilton Hotel, VI, Lagos – $52Million
Roberts International Airport, Liberia – – $5Million

West Africa

Adinkra Towers Accra, Ghana – $85Million
Tema Tank Farm, Tema, Ghana – $4Million

The Barbican Facilities Management Ltd is able to provide customised facility management services to your needs and unique business operations. We manage all our facilities with efficiency, safety and the utmost care to allow you to focus on your core business. We maintain strict adherence to planned preventive maintenance while employing the latest innovation to eliminate costs. We are customer centric and dedicated to our clients, with a high client satisfaction rate to back our claims.


We are firm believers that quality does not happen overnight. It comes as a result of a well-trained and competent work force, clearly defined processes and strong organisational skills. We go above and beyond for our customers by following a strict set of procedures to deliver excellent service.


We share one health & safety goal, zero accidents. Health and Safety is at the heart of our core values and is a factor that influences all our decisions. The impact of health and safety risks to people, property, equipment and the environment informs all our processes. We employ and review risk assessments, method statements, permits to work and safe working practice guidelines for strict compliance, before we resume any project.


At The Barbican Facilities Management company, we are committed to protecting the environment by promoting sustainability and reducing our reliance on non- renewable energy. We believe caring for the environment is not only an ethical and legal obligation, but a recipe for success.

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