TECHBROOK Engineering Nig Ltd is an indigenous Engineering company with specialty in both civil and Electrical design and construction works. It covers all aspects of substation construction, civil structures for power transmission lines, Soil investigations, Building and road design and construction.

Corporate Head Office: Plot B151 (No. 10) Adisa Close,

Off Sultan Dasuki Road,

Phase 2, Site 2 Kubwa, FCT.

TECHBROOK Engineering Nig Ltd was incorporated in 2011(RC-939485) under Nigerian laws to carry out engineering works in Nigeria although the professional/ Technical Team has acquired experience over time in various field of Engineering and Technology. With the experience of the Technical Team, the company has rapidly grown its capacity to undertake Serious and major Design and Construction works as well as high profile supplies and installations.


The Board of Directors consists of men and women of integrity. They are skillful and like-minded people in delivering targets. They have made their marks in their various fields of life.

The Board of Directors occupies the apex position in the company’s decision making. They formulate the overall policies of the company and design the strategies and the priorities of the company and delegate powers and responsibilities to the project team. The Board meets once every month or as may be necessary for the growth of the company.


TECHBROOK Engineering Nig Ltd maintains 8 (Eight) employees on its monthly payroll managing sections of our operations. As a growing organization, the company does not maintain a bogus staff base for now. The other members of staff are working on casual bases and are paid daily for their services.

Most of these workers have garnered experience from major companies and from us over time. The company is currently considering the permanent engagement of some of these casual workers. We provide free transport and feeding to all our staff during any project.

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