Boko Haram: US Defence gets N160m protection contract install security window film and security equipment.

Posted on September 20, 2012


By Our Reporter 18/09/2012 12:33:00
The headquarters of the United States of America Department Defence has been awarded a N160 million contract to install security window film attachment on three high-rise towers located in Abuja.

It was gathered that the move was in response to the security threat posed by militant Islamic sect, Boko Haram.

Although the buildings could not be immediately ascertained, the Pentagon Protection announced the contract as part of a total £1 million (N260m) recently won by the company

It said it has been awarded a contract valued at more than £612,000 for the installation of security window film and window film attachment on three high-rise towers located in Abuja, Nigeria. said the project is designed to protect these buildings from the dangers of flying glass in the event of an attack or natural disaster.

The new contracts include both window film and security equipment.

Contracts awarded to Pentagon’s UK window film division include the removal and replacement of external solar control window film on the overhead glazing works for a UK government agency. This contract, which is expected to be completed over a 16 week period, is valued at £120,000. SDS Group Ltd, Pentagon’s specialist security equipment division, has also achieved a significant contract win for the supply of an EOD response vehicle valued at £300,000. the

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