Thursday, October 6, 2011
The Le Meridien Grand Towers, Ikoyi project, has been driven within a very precise aspiration, that is to create two towers of 15 storeys high landmark Hotel and Residential tower in Lagos, Nigeria, as an icon in the skyline of the bay. This will provide the most luxurious accommodation in the City. The position of the project is in the heart of the prestigious Ikoyi Island. From a certain height of the building, the occupants will have views on both sides overlooking the Lagoon. It aims to combine a modern architectural expression with more classical formal elements and layouts.
Although the two towers are similar in their architectural style, they have different facades, each adapted to the functions they house. The two towers are sitting on the podium. The podium houses all the entrances, receptions, function halls, support services and amenities necessary for this top class complex. Both have three regiments: a base, a middle portion of the tower, and a top.
Le Meridien Grand Towers will have 271 suites divided in 5 different suite size categories: the King Suite, the Twin Suite, the Suite, the Diplomatic Suite and Visitors' rooms (attached to other suites). Added to these, there will be 46 smaller rooms that form part of the four Suites located at the end of the two West wings of the Hotel. This brings the number of keys to 317. Its VIP floors and services will rival any world-class accommodation, thus making Le Meridien Grand Towers Hotel the top accommodation in Lagos
Bilfinger Berger Nigeria GmbH develops customized designs for bridges in Nigeria such as the Lekki-lkoyi Bridge in Lagos, shown here. We support our operating partner with comprehensive logistics services during the construction period.
Not only in Lagos, but also in all other construction projects throughout Nigeria, we provide Julius Berger Nigeria with materials and equipment that are difficult or impossible to procure inside the country. We thus provide logistical and planning support for the construction of the Lekki-lkoyi Bridge in Lagos.
The bridge in Lagos, one of the largest cities in the world, will connect two heavily congested districts, thereby relieving city traffic. The plans for Nigeria’s first cable-stayed bridge were drawn up by design specialists from Bilfinger Berger Nigeria GmbH.
The structure comprises a 700-meter full-span approach bridge. Connected to this is a segmental bridge of more than 600 meters in length, at the center of which is a 91-meter high pylon.
Porsche Centre Lagos
179 Akin Adesola / Kofo Abayomi Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos
Car maker, Porsche recently opened a show room in Victoria Island, Nigeria. Located on Akin Adesola Street, opposite Globe Motors, the Porsche showroom is tastefully built and features the latest models of Porsche’s cars including various models of Porsche 911, the Cayenne sports utility vehicle amongst others.
Porsche’s presence in Lagos is likely a boon for car lovers around the city.
To contact Porsche in Nigeria by phone or e-mail, check out its contact details below:
Tel: 0807 1 911911
Tel: 0807 4 911911
Tel: 0807 5 911911
Tel Abuja: 0807 2 911911
Tel Port Harcourt: 0807 3 911911