Palton Morgan Selects BCL as Paramount Twin Towers Main Contractor

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By Dipo Olowookere

Business Contracting Limited (BCL) has been chosen by Palton Morgan as the main contractor for Paramount Twin Towers, a magnificent mix-use masterpiece at Oniru Waterfront, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Palton Morgan, the parent brand of Grenadines Homes and Oceanna, disclosed that it picked BCL for the job because of its track records.

Speaking at an event to sign the contract, the Group Chief Operating Officer/Executive Director of Palton Morgan, Mr Nidal Turjman, disclosed that, “We have worked with them (BCL) on several projects and they have always delivered top-notch services timeously.”

“We launched construction of Paramount Twin Towers project with Trevi foundation as pilling contractor, and now we have BCL on board as the main contractor,” he added.

In his remarks, the Managing Director of BCL, Mr Roda Fadlallah, expressed gratitude at the opportunity to work with Palton Morgan again on the Paramount Twin Towers project and why he loves working with the company.

“Palton Morgan has a full package. They are very professional, transparent and readily available to help us sort out whatever challenge we encounter. It’s an organization that I find pleasure working with.”

“I am confident in the delivery of this project. From the design plan down to the materials that will be used, I don’t think any investor will be disappointed in the project’s outcome. All the apartments are finished with world-class materials and designed to provide adequate luxury living,” he stated.

Palton Morgan is a company that is focused on creating exquisite structures and aspirational lifestyles to advance lives and the real estate sector.

It started the Paramount Twin Towers project in 2021 in Oniru, Victoria Island. The luxurious property is a 160-unit high-rise development with first-class facilities for residential and commercial purposes.

It is one of the most desired sophisticated projects in the Nigerian luxury real estate segment and the Commercial Director of Palton Morgan Holdings, Mr Dimeji Olatunji-Audu, attested to this.

Hear him, “Since the project’s launch, Paramount Twin Towers has enjoyed good reception in the market with over 90 per cent of Tower A sold to discerning investors and first-time homeowners.

“This is why we have opened up the sales of Tower B with various unit options – Studio, 1 – 3 bed apartments & maisonettes.”

Palton Morgan, a parent real estate brand of Grenadines Homes, Oceanna and PropertyMart, has dedicated her resources to setting standards and breaking real estate records.

The company has committed itself to redefine the luxury market with transformative experiences through detailed designed architectures in its truest form.

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