Aug 03, 2015

Developer partners foreign firm to build ‘cheaper’ modular houses - Vanguard News

AS Nigeria continues the search for alternative building solutions to bridge the nation’s widening housing gap, Messrs Alpha Mead Development Company, AMDC, has introduced a modular building system aimed at lowering the entry level for middle income home buyers in Nigeria.

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