Exhibition Info


5th International Construction, Building Materials
Date:  21 - 23 May 2024
Venue:  Landmark Centre, Lagos, NIGERIA


8th Nigeria Build Expo; you can be one of the key players of the construction sector of West Africa, there is no better time to introduce your company to the West African construction market.

• Nigeria with its officially 200 million population is an OPEC country with the richest oil resources in Africa and the 6th largest oil exporter country in the world. Indeed, the non-oil sector is growing faster than the oil sector as Nigeria's 182 million-strong population starts getting wealthier and consuming more and more.

• Nigeria market is the biggest in Africa with an official population figure of 182 million. Lagos is the most populous city with a population of 21 million and is the second largest city in Africa.

• The annual growth rate in Nigeria construction building sector is 13%. Import rate is 85% for construction materials.

• 5 big construction projects planned to build for upcoming years in Nigeria; Dangote refinery Project cost: $12 billion, World Trade Centre Abuja Project cost: $1 billion, Eko Atlantic City Project cost: $6 billion, Lekki Deep Sea Port Project cost: $1.65 billion, Abuja Centenary City Project cost: $18 billion. The Eco Atlantic City project (like the palm island of Dubai) will be built on 10 million square meter and it is a major investment project not only for Nigeria but for Africa; It includes residences, hotels, restaurants and cafes etc.

• Coordinating with government bodies for bringing the show municipalities as V.I.P visitor, which attracts the big tender companies in Nigeria

• Sparing a high budget for TV, radio and newspaper advertising just before the show to make sure its announced in all Nigeria

• 4 Concurrent sector specific expos together; Alwindoor Expo (Aluminium, Door & Window), Build Expo (Building Materials ), Ceramica Expo, Mega Horeca (Hotel, Restaurant & Cafe Equipment)

Number of visit : 3,621

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