3rd West Africa Construction awards gathers momentum

3rd West Africa Construction awards gathers momentum
Source: Ghana|Myjoyonline.com
Date: 02-04-2019 Time: 06:04:38:am
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Preparations towards the 3rd West Africa Construction Awards 2019 (WACA) is in full gear, as the awards ceremony is set to hold on May 3rd 2018 at the Movenpick Ambassador Hotel.

“In the last three years the Industry has evolved, with a lot of high rise projects springing up in our sky line across West Africa and Ghana in particular.” Mr. Akin Naphtal CEO of Instinct Wave noted.

According to him, the award scheme which was last held in 2016 took a two year break in order to give the industry more space for immense growth and new discoveries.

“And indeed we have seen tremendous growth, now in its third year, the Award will recognize the enormous achievements of the construction industry and its contribution to the sub-Saharan economy.” Mr. Naphtal added.

Industry players will be competing for awards in a total of 28 categories for organisations with speical recognition awards going to individuals and organisations who have been instrumental in the growth of the industry.

The West Africa Construction Awards (WACA) will also bring together top industry executives and decision makers in Ghana, Nigeria, Benin Republic, Togo to celebrate the stand-out projects and achievements of the year under review.

The Awards is powered by InstinctWave, Africa’s premium B2B event & media specialist.

 Head quartered in the UK, Instinct Wave is Africa’s premium B2B event & specialist, the organizer of the highly successful Ghana Information Technology &Telecom Awards (GITTA) in its 9th year, Ghana Procurement & Supply Chain Awards, Ghana Finance Innovation Awards in its 5th Year, Africa Public Sector Conference & Awards in its 2nd year, MarketingWorld Awards in its 9th Year, and other industry   related events across Africa


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