Archibuilt Development Services Limited has launched an enlightening and educating monthly journal called “Archibuilt Tabloid” which focus on issues and solutions relating to construction for professionals, educationalists, students, even layman who ventures into building projects would read, understand the standard materials and their functionalities.
While speaking with Media Bypass Journalist recently, the Coordinator of ArchiBuilt, Mr Akinfenwa Mobolaji said this maiden edition of the journal will serve as a foretaste of what the future editions of the journal will look like while introduction of The Archibuilt Tabloid is to safeguard players in building industry.
According to him, this edition will therefore basically introduce the aims of the journal and also celebrate the 60th Anniversary of the Nigerian Institute of Architects, and some interviews. “At Archibuilt, our belief is that you save funds by sourcing for the right channel to enable you identify and purchase quality materials for your construction project. Hence, the introduction of The Archibuilt Tabloid as a guide”, he said.
He noted that Archibuilts’ own little contribution in curbing challenges of lack of information, has made the organization to push beyond its annual exposition in August, whereby showcasing different kind of construction manufacturers and their materials. “This journal will serve as an educational document which every professional in the construction industry, educationalists, students and layman who ventures into construction project will read and understand standard materials and their functionalities”, he said.
He urged professional players in construction industry, students and general public to always look out for the monthly edition of this journal as it will serve as a vital guide when making recommendations in any construction project. “The ArchiBuilt Tabloid is one of the new products of Archibuilt Development Services Limited, the journal is designed for many purposes with the major focus of enlightening, educating the professionals and also the public on issues in construction industry”, he added.