By CEFAS International consult
• 1. The Project’s Focus.
• 2. The Project’s Strategy
• 3. Partnership Modalities 6
• 4. Targeted Partners and Private Par...
The project FOCUS
• Build a culture of innovation
• Invest in People, Environment and Infrastructure to create knowledge, ...
Three-pronged approach
– InvestmentAttraction
– Industrialization
– Commercialization
Focus on biotechnology industries cl...
BVN
The proposed Biotechnology Village shall be a Free Zone built for success with a diverse world – class
range of facili...
Partnership Modalities
BVN
Targeted Private Partners and Partnership Requirement
Technical and Innovation partners–
Consultingengineers,developers an...
Targeted Public Partners and Partnership Requirement
− the project need more local and international professional partners...
Corporate Structure (post – construction)
Institutional Investors and
Developers (Equity)
CEFAS + Local Investors
(Equity)...
No. local and International Planning partners. LEAD Planners Start End Status
1
Buildings Clinique Ltd International USA
D...
Preliminary WORK
No. Prospective International Development partners LEAD Developers Start Status
3
1. Afric Energy and Com...
5
1. Science and Technology/ NABDA
2.Agriculture and Rural Development
3. Environment
4. Industry
5. Health
6. Education
7...
a. CENTRAL VILLAGE
b. 1. North-Central - Benue, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger,
Plateau, and Federal Capital Territory, Abuj...
4
a. Business Plan
b. Detailed Survey Plan.
c. Site and Topographical map.
d. Master plan Economic/Environmental Impact
An...
E-MAILED IT TO cefasconsultant@yahoo.com
Signature Date
BVN
ConclusionTo conclude, we resolve to
deliver a 21st Century Mixed Development Mini
City that would be a pride to the Niger...
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Biotechnology Village Nigeria P P partnership modality and application form

  1. 1. By CEFAS International consult
  2. 2. • 1. The Project’s Focus. • 2. The Project’s Strategy • 3. Partnership Modalities 6 • 4. Targeted Partners and Private Partnership Requirement 7 • 5. Targeted Partners and Public Partnership Requirement 8 • 6. Corporate Structure (post – construction) 9 •7. Preliminary work 10 • 8. Partnership Application 15 • 9. Conclusion 16 Content BVN
  3. 3. The project FOCUS • Build a culture of innovation • Invest in People, Environment and Infrastructure to create knowledge, health and wealth. • Create a supportive socio-economic climate which fosters commercialization of research and brings knowledge. The strategy shall build on the solid foundation laid by the NABDA, other federal and state government agencies and international agencies for biotechnology development and business growth.. CEFAS’s in collaboration with AFRIC Energy and Commodity company USA, KBNC and RIBRA International company join hands and resources to seizethe opportunity for future growth, investment and jobs creation in the new economy through biotechnology. At the 6 geo political zones in Nigeria, we are very desirous to establish world class industrial clusters [Biotechnology Village of Nigeria. BVN ] A business settlement that will; BVN
  4. 4. Three-pronged approach – InvestmentAttraction – Industrialization – Commercialization Focus on biotechnology industries cluster: Bio-Agriculturalindustries Bio-ecoindustries Bio-medicalindustries Bio-tool and informationtechnologies Bio- processingindustries It’s an innovative designed environment to support: – Young biotechnologyfirms that value commercializationfactors suchas accessto venture capital,commercializationinfrastructure,etc. – Maturefirms that value investmentattractionfactors suchas qualityof life, supportive businessand regulatoryenvironment, low business/labourcosts,fair taxation and clinicaltrials infrastructure The PROJECT’s Strategy BVN
  5. 5. BVN The proposed Biotechnology Village shall be a Free Zone built for success with a diverse world – class range of facilities to support the multi activities taking place in the village and to accommodate the top of the notch companies at a practicable degreeof economy, safety and standard. The Bio-village Lab Complex Multi-industries Warehouses Bio-village flagship building, it shall includescommercialofficesand state- of-the-artlaboratories designed to housevarious businessesand activities in the Life Sciences Industry. Designated and Incidentalbuilt up spaces shall be made available forpremium warehouse units designedspecificallyfor storage, showroom, distribution, logistics and light manufacturing purposes Residential, Show and Retail uses Designated and Incidentaldeveloped housing units, Show and Retailspaces shall be madeavailable,openexpo spaces, warehouses and lab buildings, retail outlets and showrooms. Freehold title Lands shall be madeavailablefor construction. Land Lease/Sale Designated and IncidentalLand plots shall be made available with roads, water & electricity and telecommunication access. The plots shallbe made suitablefor R&D, commercialoffice and manufacturing use as well as for hotels, retailfacilities, a hospital, schools andresidentialfacilities. Bio-village Business Centers BBC shallbe establishto enjoy the flexibility of minimalinvestmentwhile exploring new markets. The Business Center shalloffers ready-to-use officesrangingfrom executive suites, meeting rooms, private offices and openworkstations for long or shortterm use. The PROJECT Strategy
  6. 6. Partnership Modalities BVN
  7. 7. Targeted Private Partners and Partnership Requirement Technical and Innovation partners– Consultingengineers,developers and managers, companythat has a keen interest in Industrialclusteror estatePLANNING, DEVELOPMENTand MANAGEMENT.. plus Graphicsand Architecturecompany are invited Their Core Activities shall include: − Urban regeneration − HealthcareArchitecture − Interior Design − ProjectManagement Commercial Adviser, Sponsor & Promoter InvestmentBanks; Core activities include: − Fixed Income – Origination,Sales − CorporateFinanceAdvisory − ProjectFinanceAdvisory − SyndicatedTerm Loans − Researchare invited − the project need more local and international professional partners. Legal Adviser and Project partners The projectteam shallrequirethe partnershipof legalprofessionals‘or Organizationsacrossall major sectors of the project are invited BVN
  8. 8. Targeted Public Partners and Partnership Requirement − the project need more local and international professional partners. To enable us develop the most professional and accurate project plan/map, timeline and architectural renditions possible, we shall secure all necessary Legal and Financial instruments from the federal government and selected state government authorities such as: • The state Land use map, Master, Survey plan. • All relevant information of the preferred project location [Socio-Geographical Information's and documents] for the project and accurate financial model that would suit the interest of all parties. Is the land in question originally vested in the Federal Government of Nigeria and not the subject of compulsory acquisition under the Land Use Act? • Is the land held by the state under a Certificate of Occupancy? • How many years are left on the lease? • Does the certificate of occupancycontain any restriction on the right of the government’s or private owner’s to transfer its interest in the land to any third party? The project shall establish Legal - Stands/Structure in conformity with federal government biotechnology development policy for the Effective Transfer of Interest from public or private owners to BVN. BVN
  9. 9. Corporate Structure (post – construction) Institutional Investors and Developers (Equity) CEFAS + Local Investors (Equity) Banks (Debt/Equity) The NABDA (ENABLING ENVIRONMENT) Developers ( Equity) Regional and States (Equity) BVN
  10. 10. No. local and International Planning partners. LEAD Planners Start End Status 1 Buildings Clinique Ltd International USA Dean Faculty Env, and Mgt. Studies Lead city university KEJIOYEKUNLE and CO. IBADAN KBNC NIG COMPANY LAGOS RIBRA INT’L CONSULTFCT ABUJA Mr. OLA A.A..OSUNMAKINDE Prof.0 OLAGBEGI Planner KEJI OYEKUNLE Arc. KULE OLATUNJI AYETAN AJIBOLA 1/8/2010 2/8/2010 4/8/2010 8/8/2010 8/8/2010 6/10/2011 2/3/2011 4/4/2012 3/6/2012 8/8/2012 Signed and sealed Signed and sealed Signed and sealed Signed and sealed Signed and sealed Preliminary Work Invitation and Agreements with PRIVATE planning, engineers and developers. No. International Innovation Engineers partners. LEAD Engineers Start End Status 2 ABB INNOVATION CO. USA JUELCO INTERNATIONAL LIMITED LAGOS KELVIN INT’L ENGINEERING CONSULT IBADAN GLOBAL CONCEPTINTERNATIONAL CO. CHINA Eng. BISI BALOGUN Eng. ELIEJARU Eng. KEMIBABAWALE Mr. WALE LABIRAN 1/8/2011 2/8/2011 4/8/2011 8/8/2011 6/10/2012 2/3/2012 4/1/2013 3/2/2013 Signed and sealed Signed and sealed Signed and sealed Signed and sealed
  11. 11. Preliminary WORK No. Prospective International Development partners LEAD Developers Start Status 3 1. Afric Energy and Commodity Company, 2.Basic International Inc U.S.A. 3. Future Concepts. 4. ELFI wall System 5. Global Financing Investments Corp [American Invesco RealComp]. 6. Energy and Commodity Company. President/CEO. Mr Ola A.A Osunmakinde,, President. Mr John Basic Sr,PE President. Peter Alexander Managing. Partner George Modrovic, Mr Vasile Sava , Contract Administrator MissTracyKimbrough, 14/10/2012 70% READY No. Prospective Local Development partners LEAD Developers Start Status 4 We provide 20 international private partnership opportunities, We hereby call for more real industrial estate Development partners We provide 20 Local private partnership opportunities, We hereby call for more real industrial estate Development partners Real industrial estate Development partners sourcing
  12. 12. 5 1. Science and Technology/ NABDA 2.Agriculture and Rural Development 3. Environment 4. Industry 5. Health 6. Education 7. Commerce 8. Foreign Affairs 9. Finance 10. Internal Affairs 11. National Planning Commission. 3/6/2011 8/8/2011 No. Prospective MINISTRY or AGENCY . Minister / DG Start End Status Public PARTNERS Sourcing, Invitation and Agreements Preliminary WORK Minister / DG in charge The BVN introduction and Partnership Business talk have commence 14/10/2012 50% READY
  13. 13. a. CENTRAL VILLAGE b. 1. North-Central - Benue, Kogi, Kwara, Nasarawa, Niger, Plateau, and Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. c. 2. North-Eastern - Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe. d. 3. North-Western | Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Sokoto and Zamfara. e. 4. South-Eastern | Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, and Imo. f. 5. South-South | Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Edo and Rivers. g. 6. South-Western | Ekiti, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Osun and Oyo. Selected Yet to be selected, Selected Yet to be selected Yet to be selected Selected Yet to be selected 70% READY 50% READY 90% READY 80% READY 40% READY 90% READY 40% READY The Central village and 6 geopolitical zones Selected state Status Land Sourcing and procurement. Preliminary WORK
  14. 14. 4 a. Business Plan b. Detailed Survey Plan. c. Site and Topographical map. d. Master plan Economic/Environmental Impact Analysis. e. Project business name and professional bodies’ registration f. Design/Registration of project website. g. Digitalized GIS Web based site Map with 3D land use Planning.. No. Activities Start Status PREPARATION OF MASTER PLAN Preliminary WORK 14/10/2010 80% READY
  15. 15. E-MAILED IT TO cefasconsultant@yahoo.com Signature Date BVN
  16. 16. ConclusionTo conclude, we resolve to deliver a 21st Century Mixed Development Mini City that would be a pride to the Nigerian Nation and will be a reference point of achievement to the global village life science Conclusion BVN

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