The Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute (NBRRI) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Ritvalue Consultants to facilitate the growth of Nigeria’s construction and built environment.
Speaking at the ceremony in Abuja, the NBRRI director-general, Prof. Samson Duna, said the public-private partnership aims to build a stronger economy, develop the society, create wealth and improve all aspects of the country through progressive collaboration, teamwork and result-oriented ideas.
According to Duna, the partnership between the government and private organizations is to find possible ways of collaborating in uplifting the country’s economy via a series of programmes that will be of immense benefits to those in the construction and the built environment.
The NBRRI boss expressed satisfaction on moves by both parties to work in harmony for the betterment of the country, saying his major concern was the blossoming of the relationship between both organizations.
He charged the Ritvalue team to come up with programmes that will involve both organizations in either training of artisans or seminars and other developmental strides between now and the first quarter of 2022.
In his response, the president, Ritvalue Consultants, Dr. Taofiq Rahimi, assured NBRRI that there would be a more progressive impact of the collaboration on society in the nearest future.
He also stated that the company is known for its research and implementation of its research findings to the fullest while explaining to the DG/CEO that a solid plan was being finished and would be unveiled before the end of 2021.