The Irish Ambassador in Nigeria congratulates Gassim for the delivery of the Irish Residency project

  • June 15, 2018

On May 30, 2018, the Irish Ambassador to Nigeria Mr. Sean Hoy congratulates Gassim’ Technical Director Jerry Donkor and Project Construction Manager Nicholas Adhekoyibo for handover of the Irish Residence Project. The main works were done by PW Nigeria

About Sean Hoy: Irish Ambassador to Nigeria

Sean Hoy has lived and worked across the globe as part of a role with the Irish government. Sean Hoy acquired a degree in agriculture from Queen’s university, spent years in Sudan up to 1990 when he joined the Department of Foreign Affairs. For 24 years, he was development advisor to the Irish government aid programme working with Sudan, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Uganda, Vietnam. As Irish Ambassador, Sean Hoy is managing the political, cultural and economic links with Nigeria, Ghana and Senegal.

About Jerry Fiifi Donkor

Jerry, a Ghanaian National, has been the Technical Director of Gassim since 2013. He is an architect. He has developed his expertise in Ghana with Designera, Eldorm Housing, Kolatcon, Management Moves, Jubail Specialist Hospital.

In Gassim, he is involved in the technical and development affairs in Nigeria and Ghana, mainly.

About Nicholas Adhekoyibo

Project Construction Manager Nicholas Adhekoyibo is a Nigerian Construction Engineering professional who holds a Master of Science degree in Construction Project Management from Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh United Kingdom.

His cumulative experience, of over 7 years in construction and in the energy industry, includes Setraco and Gassim since 2013.

About PW Group in Africa

PW Group is a long-established company with considerable investments in African construction and mining. The companies within the PW Group are proud to have a significant number of satisfied clients. We have achieved this by delivering projects safely, on time, within budget and to a very high standard.

PW is at the forefront in developing Africa’s roads, bridges and other civil infrastructure. In partnership with government and multi-national companies we are active in construction, but also in making available the continent’s rich natural resources. We are a responsible company, as well as a dynamic one. We apply sound environmental standards to all our projects.

The PW Group provides jobs for more than 5,000 people on the continent and brings a new dimension to civil engineering in this land of endless opportunity and potential. Since 2000 we have moved more than 50 million tonnes of earth and rock during mining and road works operations; built more than 2,000 kilometres of highway and installed almost 100 kilometres of underwater cable in swamps and at sea.

Successful projects are built upon PW’s expertise in engineering, and its extensive knowledge of international finance and export credit – a combination that makes PW the ideal partner on major engineering projects in Africa.