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Famfa Oil Tower Project

Famfa Oil Tower Project

The proposed development is a 20 storey office development (i.e. a Ground floor, 19 suspended floors including a basement) on a 5695sq.m parcel of land in Ikoyi.

The building is 103 meters in height with a Gross floor area of approximately 55,000 sq. m and comprises of lettable Office spaces, Owner-occupied office spaces and Multipurpose Hall each with a dedicated well-appointed entrance at the Ground floor. There are 6 floors of lettable Office spaces in combination with split level suspended carparks, and 8
floors of full lettable Office accommodation which are divisible into 4 self-contained Office spaces. FAMFA OIL have 3 dedicated floors within the development.

There is a Gymnasium, Helipad (with a dedicated waiting lounge) at the top of the Tower, and a total of 266 carpark spaces to cater for all occupants within the Tower.

The proposed design in general makes provision for a high level of interior finishes which was taken up several notches in the Main reception, Multipurpose Halls & Owneroccupied office floors with input from interior designer which upon completion would be breathtaking. This comprises of raised access floors, select granite finishes, indirect lighting within the office spaces.

The building’s façade comprises extensive high performance unitized curtain walling with integrated façade lighting, ballistic performance considerations in select areas, and aluminum cladding.

The structural design for the Tower is reinforced, cast in-place concrete. This is such that cased secant piles and bored piles in combination with a mat slab make up the foundation, whilst the superstructure is of conventional post and beam construction.

The MEP services are of high standards such that Chilled water HVAC systems, Access control systems, Fire detection & suppression systems, Carpark management system, Destination control for passenger lifts are all monitored by an active Building Management System.

There are 2 dedicated cleaning cradles/ Building Management Units on the roof to facilitate façade cleaning and maintenance of the building.

The development is provided with 3Nr, 2.5KVA standby generators to cater for the power needs of the entire development. A proposal which is still being considered is to have Rotary UPS systems as an alternative to generators such that in the event of power outage, there is no interruption of power supply thereby ensuring a seamless flow of electricity.

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