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Lonadek Inc. (Lonadek), a multi-award winning ISO 9001: 2008 certified Asset Sustainability Consulting Company focused on delivering value through Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related activities. Since 1991, Lonadek has deployed successful human capital development initiatives.
Lonadek delivers international certification courses in collaboration with foreign partners such as the International Computer Driving License (ICDL), Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) United Kingdom, International Business Machines (IBM), Chartered Management Institute(CMI) United Kingdom, Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS), AVEVA United Kingdom, Bentley Systems Inc., South Africa and JM Campbell, among others.
To identify, develop and engage local talent for business growth and profitability.
To be the preferred and leading consulting firm that develops capacity, capability and competency for engineering and enterprise.
Lonadek, as the sole partner of Aveva Solutions Limited, the proprietary owner of the Plant Design Management System (PDMS), deployed, trained and provided a PDMS Administrator in Total Exploration & Production (Nigeria) Limited, Port-Harcourt
Lonadek provides expert solution-oriented professional advice and support to Addax to ensure their compliance with the Nigerian Content laws and policies. Through our unique services, Addax has been recognized over the years as one of the Nigerian Content Compliant operators in the industry.
The Egina FPSO project is a $ 15 billion project which commenced in 2013. Lonadek worked with NETCO to provide skilled resources for the design phase of the project, by supplying personnel for the Piping and Structural Design aspects of the project.
In conjunction with PetroSkills (previously known as John M. Campbell), Lonadek provided competency & professional development programmes on Process, Reliability, Integrity, & Mechanical Systems (PRIMS) to the team members of Chevron’s Facilities Engineering Unit.