Lekki gardens bags ISO 9001:2015 quality management system certification

Lekki Gardens Receives SON’s Quality Management Certification

One of Nigeria’s foremost indigenous property development companies, Lekki Gardens Estate Limited, has joined the prestigious league of ISO 9001:2015 certified corporate organizations. 

The quality management system certification, which covers the provision and sale of affordable housing and infrastructure, was recently conferred on the company by the Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON). 

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According to the letter signed by the Director General/Chief Executive of the Standards Organization of Nigeria (SON), Lekki Gardens is adjudged to conform to the requirements of the ISO 9001:2015 standard and is consequently certified. 

Emily Atebe, the Executive Director, Lekki Gardens Estate Limited, while speaking on the certification, described the ISO 9001:2015 quality management system certification as another validation of the strides taken by the company towards building a world-class organization of repute. 

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Atebe noted that the company remains resolutely committed to continuously improving its systems and processes to ensure sustained stakeholders’ trust and confidence through operational excellence and efficiency. 

“For us at Lekki Gardens, embarking on the rigorous process is a critical part of our stated commitment to operational excellence. The benefit ultimately accrues to our esteemed customers and stakeholders as the continuous training and retraining, review of our quality management systems and processes required further enhance the quality of our products and service delivery,” She said. 

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