Professor Akpagu Embarks On Massive Infrastructure Renewal And Rehabilitation In UNICAL (Pictures)

In Breaking News, Education, National News, Politics, Reports

By Monday Ogar

The leadership of the University of Calabar under the new Vice Chancellor, Professor Zana Akpagu has embarked on massive infrastructure renewal and reconstruction in the campus.

CrossRiverWatch took a tour of the facilities on campus recently and we bring you exclusive pictures:

Construction of 500 seat twin lecture theater (front view)
Construction of classrooms/offices for Institute of Education (front view)
Construction of 60 room hostel for female students
Hall 6 male hostel (rear view)
Construction of dance studio for Theater and Media studies (side view)
Hall 5 male hostel (front view)
Construction of 500 seat twin lecture theater (rear view)
Hall 4 male hostel (front view)
Hall 5 male hostel (rear view)
Hall 9 female hostel (inside view)
Post graduate hostel (side view)
Rehabilitation/Reconstruction of pavilions II & III (close up view)
Hall 8 female hostel (front view)
Construction of 500 seat pavilion for Faculty of Engineering (front view)
Hall 4 male hostel (rear view)
Construction of hatchery for Institute of Oceanography
Rehabilitation of Pavilions I, D, E, F and Atiku Abubakar Science Lecture Hall
Drilling of 2-nos 300mm diameter boreholes with submersible pumps
Construction of 500 seat twin lecture theater (rear view)
Construction of packaged water treatment plant (rear view)
Construction of classrooms/offices for Faculty of Sciences (rear view)
Construction of faculty office for Faculty of Education
Construction of 500 seat twin lecture theater (front view)
Central gas supply to the Faculty of Science
Installation of solar energy street lights/inverters
Rehabilitation of work tops in some laboratories of the College of Medical Sciences and Faculty of Science and Agriculture
Construction of Physics workshop
Construction of Lawn Tennis courts with seating gallery

Construction of Academic Building opposite Faculty of Management Sciences

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