Karmod sets up green energy passport office in Abuja

Karmod sets up green energy passport office in Abuja

Producing prefabricated structures that appeal to a wide variety of uses throughout the world, Karmod has now established a passport office in Nigeria's capital city Abuja to work with green energy.

The building to be used as data collection and passport delivery center was built by the Nigerian Interior Ministry. The most important feature of the building is that the energy will be produced naturally by the solar energy panels placed behind the roof . The building is located in the green energy building class using natural energy.

In the construction of the passport office that was produced by using Karmod's new generation container model, 6 units of 3x7 meter fully demounted container were used. The preliminary production was completely demounted and the structure prepared in the production facilities in Turkey was transported to Lagos by sea and then to Abuja by road and delivered to the site in a short time.

The passport office with a total area of 126 square meters will be able to serve with 10 employee in separate desks. The building, which has 5 office rooms, has a waiting room for 75 people and 4 separate wc units

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