West Africa is set to lead a recovery in demand for African office space in 2021, Haussmann Africa Chief Operating Officer, Maxime Chauvelot, said. According to Africa report, the West African recovery, which includes Nigeria, is broadly based across sectors and includes banking and insurance, Chauvelot says.
Business has been picking up since September after having ground to a standstill and will “definitely” be better this year than in 2020. Haussmann Africa, which builds and designs commercial interiors, is tendering for “three or four” projects in Côte d’Ivoire for which it expects results by the end of February, says Chauvelot in Abidjan.
These include a tender for a Coca-Cola office of 700 square metres in Abidjan, as the US drinks giant moves to a smaller office. The Haussmann Africa is working on projects for clients like Woodside in Dakar, as well as Broll and AB InBEV in Lagos…
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