Anthony Ellis, the Ellis Group Managing Director of Still Earth Limited, has said that the firm uses a principled and unwavering commitment to professional and value standards as well as quality assurance methods to win over customers and become a market leader.
Speaking to reporters in Lagos over the weekend, Ellis said Still Earth prioritizes corporate governance and standardization as its key differentiators after winning at BusinessDay’s Nigerian Business Leadership Awards (NBLA).
“Still Earth strives to be the market’s top general contractor and the one people turn to when they need excellent building knowledge. To guarantee that we continually deliver dependable goods that satisfy the requirements of all our projects, our organization has established a principled and rigorous approach to our professional and value standards as well as quality assurance systems, according to Ellis.
In the most recent NBLA event held in Lagos, Still Earth Limited received the Award of Excellence and Recognition for “excellent and visible achievement” in the Nigerian construction sector.
BusinessDay claims that the NBLA has cemented its position as the most esteemed, sought-after, and reliable award program in the real sector of the economy. It honors notable business figures and institutions in Nigeria for their steadfast dedication to business excellence.
“The awards honor private sector leaders, who have significant contributions to the Nigerian economy; shaped the Nigerian economy through major strides in homegrown innovation and the opening of new vistas of opportunity; demonstrated visionary capacity and nationalism through their investments, thereby pushing Nigeria’s rise in global competitiveness rankings,” said Frank Aigbogun, publisher of BusinessDay Media Limited.
The vetting criteria, according to Aigbogun, were based on a balanced scorecard that assigned weighted scores to various factors, including leadership, innovation, market share, process improvement, financial performance, employee job satisfaction, social and environmental focus, and compliance with current regulatory requirements.
Oladimeji Oseni, the project manager for Still Earth Limited, thanked the organizers for recognizing the firm and pledged that the business will continue to uphold its mission in all of its endeavors as he accepted the award on the company’s behalf.
It is an enormous honor to have been chosen for the Award of Excellence and Recognition for exceptional and obvious performance in the Nigerian construction sector by the prestigious BusinessDay’s NBLA.