More than 1.38 million people are employed by the Nigerian construction industry The Construction Sector’s net profit increased by 161% on the prior year to R 2.9 billion Staff costs reduced by 15% on the prior year, indicative of re-sizing activities in the industry
The 2017 government budget includes a R947.2 billion investment in public sector infrastructure R135.5 billion is to be spent on road infrastructure over the next three years 1.6 million affordable housing units are set to be built by 2019
The industry is expected to reach an estimated $10.5 trillion by 2023 Emerging trends include green construction, bridge lock-up device systems and building information systems The industry is forecast to grow at a CAGR of 4.2% from 2018 to 2023.
All contract managers, supervisors and outsourced staff are fully trained and thoroughly inducted to ensure complete understanding of your business.
We provide contract managers and where necessary in-store supervisors to ensure that predetermined service level standards are maintained.
We manage the administration related to outsourced staff including statutory registrations and payments, legal compliance, contractor management and payroll processing.
Of all our vast and varied business sectors, Building and Construction remains one of the most cyclical and volatile in the country. While the slumps might feel extreme, the upturns are likely to be even more dramatic and can provide lucrative business opportunities to those willing to use smart solutions and support to achieve their business goals. From satisfying a never-ending list of governmental infrastructure needs to working on rewarding private projects, the industry remains one of our most prominent and essential sectors. Flexible solutions are required for a volatile industry. Whether you need additional staff for your peak periods, specialists for a specific project, an emergency team during industrial action, or if you simply want to outsource your staff complement, we are available to share advice, provide support and keep you operational.
Outsource Nigeria, a leading provider of contact center outsourcing services, understands that a reliable team of customer service outsourcing agents is what a client needs to establish a strong bond with their customers.