Ghana Premier League side, Hearts of Oak have signed an agreement with Prefabex Modular Building Solutions for the construction of seven modular buildings at their training grounds at Pobiman.
Known as the Hearts of Oak Pobiman Academy Project, the agreement was sealed on August, 2019 at the World Trade Centre inside Accra.
Some personalities who graced the occasion included, Taj Edin Alkhatib is president and CEO of Prefabex, Yousef Haikal is president and CEO of Cube, the former CEO of the Club, Vincent Sowah Odotei, former and present NCC Chairman, Alhaji Akambi and Elvis Herman.
Speaking at the meeting, a member of the Hearts of Oak Board, Dr. Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe mentioned that this project will go a long way to support not only Hearts of Oak, but also many football Clubs in the country adding that it will be the first of its kind in Ghana.
The club academy buildings were required by the Club to include a junior and senior residence, management housing unit, gym, training centers, laundry, medical units, guest house, toilet facilities, kitchen, as well as a dining hall.
Within the scope of this project, Prefabex built 7 modular buildings, three of them were two-storey and four one-storey prefabricated buildings. The project with a total area of about 2500 square meters was produced in 45 days and shipped with all parts included such as doors, windows, insulation, paint, ceramic tiles, electric network, plumbing network, external cladding, cubicle partitions…etc.
The buildings supplied by Prefabex were successfully installed by our team on time, and were made ready to be used within 3 months.