Nambawan Super is not just investing in buildings, it is investing in people. Before the new precinct opened its doors the benefits of the project were being felt through employment and training opportunities offered during construction. At the height of construction, 600 Papua New Guineans were employed on the project.
Due to the complexity of the buildings’ designs, and the level of luxury and prestige that was achieved, there was opportunity for many of these people to be up-skilled.
Many of those employed to build Nambawan Super Plaza are now working on Nambawan Super’s next major property development project, Rangeview Precinct. Rangeview Precinct, at Waigani, will include two commercial buildings with 280 car parks, and 88 townhouses with 140 car parks. Total development cost of the project is K296m and it is expected to be completed in 2021.
Read more in our August edition of Nambawan SuperTok newsletter