• early eighties

    START WITH A SMALL SERVICE

    INTER-BAU is a subsidiary of Landgold Holdings Limited, which is a well known multifaceted business organization previously located at 58a Adeniran Ogunsanya street, Surulere Lagos. landgold's business activities offers a full range of specialised opportunities in foreign trade and services,Medical and Pharmaceutical supplies, civil Engineering Construction, insurance, in addition to industrial Technical, Financial and commercial endeavours.

    These business ventures are run through a number of subsidiaries such as landgold Investment Limited, namat Medical Supplies limited, Inter-bau Construction Limited, Landgold Insurance brokers limited, Naxon Internation limited and Landgold bureau-de-change. The unprecedented increase in civil engineering construction activities informed the development and acquisition of wide range facilities and equipment in order to enhance the performance of inter-bau in the construction industry in Nigeria.

    His action brought Inter-bau into focus as Nigeria's foremost indigenous construction company, whose history dates back to the early eighties with the establishment of its operational base in the delta state capital of asaba.

  • 1992

    Expansion

    The company was thus founded in response to the increasing road construction, rehabilitation and maintenance potential in the country following the oil boom and the attendant growth in all sectors of the economy. INTER-BAU is undoubtedly best known through the high quality road construction and other related projects executed by the company. We have grown and developed since those early days and many changes have taken place over the intervening years. Throughout these years of change, our philosophy has remained constant: to build quality and cost effective roads for our esteemed clients and this we believe is the reason of our continued success. the company's desire to be better equipped to handle various road construction projects spurred it into the commisioning of an asphalt plant in asaba in 1992.

  • 2007

    FIRST RECOGNITION

    This was followed by the acquisition of an assemblage of stone crushing plant and allied quarry equipment in order to facilitate the availability of granite for use on its construction sites. As the company continued to grow from strength to strength and the road contracts we handle increase astronimically with every passing day, INTER-BAU braced up to the challenge by commissioning another Asphalt plant of 200 tons per hour capacity in 2001 at asaba, followed by the purchase of another 160 tons per hour Asphalt plant in 2007.