Zambia's Society House Tower to be Redeveloped
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Zambia’s Society House Tower to be Redeveloped

07 Jul 2011

A consortium comprised of Louis Karol Architectural, Turner & Townsend, Pam Golding Properties and BWK Monamodi will redevelop the 20-storey Society House tower in Lusaka, Zambia at a cost of $100m. The renovated building will comprise a four-star Holiday Inn hotel, conference facil

A consortium comprised of Louis Karol Architectural, Turner & Townsend, Pam Golding Properties and BWK Monamodi will redevelop the 20-storey Society House tower in Lusaka, Zambia at a cost of $100m.

The renovated building will comprise a four-star Holiday Inn hotel, conference facilities, office space, a shopping mall and a parking garage.

The redevelopment is a joint venture between the National Pension Scheme Authority (NAPSA) and the Zambia National Building Society (ZNBS).

A fire in the building in the late 1990s left it uninhabitable.