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BUILD THE FUTURE
Implementing cutting-edge technologies in construction
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COMPLEX PROJECTS
Become a piece of art when meets with inspiration
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WAY IN BUILDING
Contractors & construction managers since 2012
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CONSTRUCTION

Built With Passion

Babakans Integrated Services Ltd. is the brainchild of Babakano Aliyu Yusuf, it Started Operation in 2017 as an enterprise but became fully established and incorporated with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in 2020. It is an indigenous company with a strong global focus. The company is incorporated in Nigeria under the company and Allied Matters Acts of 1990 with RC. 1656785. The company has its office at No. 20 Ango Abdullahi Street, Gwarimpa, Abuja, Nigeria.

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CONSTRUCTION

Why you should choose us

Babakans Integrated Services Limited has unique set of comparative skills and status as follows :
Indigeneship
As a home company, we comply with all governmental laws, rules and regulations.
Show consideration for the safety and welfare of everyone, including our natural
environment. Respond to the impact our work has on the natural environment by
consistently evaluating and improving our efforts so that our projects and
processes work in harmony with the environment.

Environmental Affairs Policy
We are committed to providing materials and construction services while taking a
leading role in protecting the environment and our natural resources.

Proactive Approach
Be proactive in meeting environmental challenges. Establish and maintain
appropriate programs and plans to preempt environmental damage resulting
from our operations.

Babakans Agribusiness

Agriculture in Africa has a massive social and economic footprint. More than 60 percent of the population of sub-Saharan Africa is smallholder farmers, and about 23 percent of sub-Saharan Africa’s GDP comes from agriculture. Yet, Africa’s full agricultural potential remains untapped.

Livestock refers to animals that are domesticated primarily for food. They can also be referred to as “food animals”. In Nigeria, the common livestock animals are Poultry birds (Chicken, Turkey, Quail, Duck), Cattle, Small ruminants (Goats, Sheep), Pigs, Rabbits, and in some parts of the northern region of the country, Donkeys, Camels, and Horses. The most commonly reared ones are Chickens, Cattle, Goats, and Sheep. According to a Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD, 2017) report, the number of livestock animals produced annually in Nigeria was as follows – 180 million poultry birds; 76 million goats, 43.4 million sheep, 18.4 million cattle, 7.5 million pigs, 1.4 million Equids (horses, donkeys, etc.). Of these numbers, the majority of the animals were reportedly raised in free-range production systems which comprise of smallholders and nomadic herders.

Allegiance

Professionalism

Reliability

The company parades a team of experienced workforce which is comprised of civil and construction engineers, economics, professional secretaries, accountants, procurement specialist, oil and gas engineers, marketers and host of other professionals.

Novelty

Inclusion

Excellence

Our team are goal-getters, goal oriented individuals with zest for success in their various areas of specialty. Our outmost focus is to ensure that quality service delivery at every stage of contract execution is paramount.