June 11, 2012

Julius Berger Receives Quality Award

On May 28, 2012, in New York City, Julius Berger received the International Quality Summit Award in the Gold Category in recognition of the company’s commitment to quality, leadership, technology and innovation. The award was presented to Julius Berger Public Affairs Manager, Mr. Clement Nduka Iloba.

The award was given as part of the 2012 Business Initiative Directions (B.I.D.) International Quality Summit Convention where companies from 76 countries around the world were recognized for their achievements in Quality and Excellence.

The B.I.D organization further stated that they believed Julius Berger Nigeria was a team oriented towards the continuous improvement of processes, one that is striving for an important leadership role in the business world of Nigeria. Further comments stated that B.I.D believed that Julius Berger’s strong commitment to quality and excellence is a model for others in the sector.
The B.I.D. quality symbol is present around the world, creating a firm ground for the implementation of integral quality processes through the technology and procedures of the QC100 model of Total Quality Management. B.I.D.’s founding team is formed by engineers, physicists, mathematicians, economists, sociologists and journalists, who continue contributing ideas and improvements to the QC100 model.

Julius Berger Synopsis
Julius Berger Nigeria Plc is a Nigerian construction company headquartered in Abuja, FCT An employer of no fewer than 18,000 people of close to 40 nationalities, it is a multi-service, solutions-driven company is unique in its long standing delivery of quality, capacity, reliability and excellent performance, all at internationally recognized standards.

Since its 46 years of operation in Nigeria, integrity, transparency, safety and sustainability continue to be the pillars of JB’s structures and behaviors, both internally and externally. Julius Berger is the leader in its field, a pioneer in technology and a committed partner in the development and progress of Nigeria.

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