Costain West Africa Plc over the years has played a key role in building many landmark infrastructural projects such as roads, bridges, dams, railways and airports.
The Company has for over 60 years competently executed a wide range of substantial building and civil engineering projects throughout Nigeria for the Federal and State Government, public and private organizations. The Company also manufactures furniture for general sale and joinery to support its contracts.
In recent time, the Company has been awarded and completed projects such as the APM Concession Phase 1, Apapa, Lagos, Tanburawa Water Treatment Plant, Kano, Shell Housing Estates, Abuja & Port-Harcourt, and the Township Stadium Phase 2, Warri. The on-going projects include the Nigeria branch expansion of the Watch Tower Society of Jehovah Witnesses, Igieduma, Edo State, Media Trust Head Office building, Abuja and the Rehabilitation of Railway Track Network Western line.
The Company's activities since the 1970's are noted below to illustrate how much the Company has been involved in developing business and infra-structural aspects in Nigeria. However, the contracts mentioned do not represent a complete list as the list does not include what we refer to as "SmallWorks" that have been carried out during this time.