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No project is too large or too small. Optimizing owner and tenant resources without sacrificing quality, we can manage small tenant fit-outs or large-scale project renovations. Or we can fully coordinate the construction of a new property from start to finish.

Experience counts

Working in close collaboration with owners, T.Olukayode Consulting experts manage the entire construction process — from selecting architects, obtaining permits and managing contractors to collecting tenant input and tenant handovers.

With our in-house team of project managers, engineers, and site inspectors, our experience on the job keeps us above others

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Why chose us

We know that there are a million details that go into providing tenants with a clean, safe, comfortable, and attractive building — and all at an economical cost. But we do that, and more.

We act as expert advisors, letting clients know how they can keep their buildings competitive by recommending the expenditures that will yield the highest value, and how to reduce expenses in the right places as well.

As an owner and developer of buildings itself, T.Olukayode Consulting have a unique understanding of both the commercial drivers of the property industry and how assets need to align with owner objectives.

Our team of specialists can unlock the true value of an owner's investment and maximize the return through higher occupancy, lower operational leakage, and optimized rental income.

Our goal on every office management mandate is to add value and maximize returns for the owner or investor. Regardless of the size or location of your asset, our property management team and in-house multi-disciplinary staff can help you realize your investment and exit strategies