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Our Company, Westlink Facilities Management Company Limited (WFML), is a subsidiary of Wemabod Limited.

We desire to carry out a detailed facility audit in a number of properties for which we are facility managers.

Your firm has been nominated for consideration as consultant to carry out the exercise.

The objectives of the facility audit are to:

  1. Have an independent enumeration of the existing infrastructure in the facilities such as; electrical, mechanical, HVAC, energy consumption, plumbing, cleaning, security, safety, waste management, parking, canteen, sickbay etc.
  2. Evaluate the condition and state of repair of the associated equipment such as; A/C, lift, generator, diesel storage, fire prevention and fighting equipment, cold and hot water system, water fountain system, lighting and power outlet fitting, waste disposal system, water source, storage and treatment, transformers and electrical distribution equipment etc.
  3. Assess the building structure, wall, ceiling, roof, window, ironmongery, painting etc. 
  4. Conduct general risk assessment of the facilities including unsafe practices, flammable material and other hazardous material etc. 
  5. Carry out external environmental condition of the premises such as car park, drainage, fence, horticulture and landscape etc. 
  6. Determine suitable and effective model of facility management services to deploy.

This is not exhaustive, as any other material factor that could degrade/improve the functionality and safety of the facility is also required.

Your proposal must contain:

  • Brief profile of your organization and locations where you have delivered similar facility audit
  • Methodology to deploy in carrying out the proposed facility audit
  • Complete commercials

Please note that the allowable duration to deliver the facility audit report is within 3 weeks from the date of our issuance of the work order.

Find attached the properties for which we desire to have the facility audit.

Your proposal should be in a wax sealed envelope tagged REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL ON FACILITY AUDIT- OICL and addressed to WESTLINK FACILITY MANAGEMENT LIMITED, dropped in the tender box of WEMABOD LIMITED at the 5th floor of Western House, 8/10 Broad Street Lagos before the close of business on Friday 13th October, 2023

Click here  to download ==> Description of Properties For Facility Audit


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Agusto & Co. assigns an “A-” rating to Wemabod Limited with a stable outlook

Agusto & Co. assigns an “A-” rating to Wemabod Limited (“Wemabod” or “the Company”). The rating reflects Wemabod’s good operating cash flows supported by the relative stability in its earnings and strong average occupancy rate of nearly 90% across its portfolio of commercial, industrial, and residential properties. The rating further considers the Company’s diversified income stream that has continued to support revenue growth, and its unique project financing strategy that has helped to keep its leverage low.

Wemabod Limited is a real estate and property development company with a diversified portfolio of commercial, industrial, and residential properties across major cities in Nigeria. The Company is the real estate arm of Odu’a Investment Company Limited (“the Odu’a Group”) – a conglomerate owned and controlled by the former Western States of Nigeria (now Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Ekiti and recently added Lagos State). Wemabod owns some of the iconic commercial properties in Lagos including Western House, Investment House, Unity House, Lapal House and Awolowo House. The Company’s primary focus has been on property development and acquisition with the view to generating rental income. However, there has been a shift in Wemabod’s strategy with increased investments in new properties as well as renovation of existing commercial buildings in a bid to improve their attractiveness and occupancy rate.

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Wemabod Limited announced its 60th-anniversary celebration as one of Nigeria’s oldest but very solid property development and management companies.

The company which has emerged as one of the longest-standing real estate solution providers over the last sixty years is set to raise a glass on this momentous Diamond Jubilee celebration. Read more “SIXTY AND STEADY – WEMABOD LIMITED CELEBRATES THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS ESTABLISHMENT. (Press release)”

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On 15th September 2021, Wemabod Limited signed a development agreement with Median Infrastructure development company for the Development of land measuring 4426.45 Square meters, formerly known as Super Cinema and more recently as Super Plaza, along the bustling Akerele Road, Surulere, into the Proposed Super Mall. Read more “DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT FOR SUPER PLAZA MALL”

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Tips for Protecting your Property from Power Surges

Power surge is one of the major factors responsible for property damage in Nigeria today. Properties worth millions of naira are lost yearly to power surges in different parts of the country. Power surges occurs when there is a sudden increase in the amount of power in the electrical system. They are spikes in voltage and vary in duration and magnitude, from hundred to thousand volts.
Many buildings use electrical power which ranges from 220-240 volts, single phase, and alternating current. As a result of the unreliable and erratic supply of power, voltage is not delivered constantly at 220 volts. With alternating current, the voltage fluctuates from 0 to a peak voltage of over 280.
During a power surge, the voltage rises above the peak voltage. A spike in voltage can be damaging to appliances and electrical devices. An increase in voltage above an appliance’s operating voltage can lead to an arc of electrical current in the appliance. The heat produced in the arc affects the electronic circuit boards and other electrical components. Recurrent power surges can shorten the life of appliances and electronics and equally damage them.

  • Unplug Unused Devices

The first step towards preventing power surge is to unplug devices that are not in use. It is advised not to leave household appliances plugged in especially when there is a storm because lighting strike is another major cause of power surges. Unplugging unused devices also helps to conserve energy.

  • Fix Poor Wiring

If the wiring of the building is outdated, it could be a potential cause of power surge. Most electrical systems in houses built round the 80s’ were not designed for large-capacity appliances. Some signs of poor wiring are blown fuses, frequent tripping of circuit breakers, buzzing sound or burning smells from power outlets. These signs indicate that something is wrong, and it could lead to power surge. Damaged or exposed wires offer little resistance and can interrupt the flow of current. This, in turn, increases the likelihood of a surge, especially to the specific outlet they lead to.

  • Repair Overloaded Circuits

If two or more large appliances are drawing power from the same power outlet, it could lead to an overloaded circuit thereby causing a potential power surge.