CPS Banyo: the new site is operational!

CPS Banyo: the new site is operational!

The temporary reception of the site was held on Wednesday the 13th of October 2021 in Banyo.

The real estate portfolio of the National Social Insurance Fund (NSIF) is being enriched with the construction of a new building to house the Social Insurance Centre of Banyo in the Adamawa region. This action is in line with the reduction of the Institution’s running expenses, especially with respect to the rental costs of decentralised structures. The Director of Finance and Accounting, Hortense Asim Abisone, who doubles as the Chief of Projects Committee, visited the site to officially install the services of the NSIF.

 

                                                                                                                                  Central space

The majestic edifice erected by the NSIF gives the administrative quarters of the town of Banyo a magnificent look from an architectural and aesthetic point of view. The single-storey building, located on a 1360m² surface area, has 15 offices, 2 toilet blocks, 1 central space with a waiting room, a Bureau Total space, 1 archive room, a 300 seat capacity reception hall, plus 3 toilet blocks, 1 technical cabin and 2 storerooms. Concerning security, the building is equipped with video surveillance systems with 20 cameras, fire safety, access control and anti-intrusion systems.

 

                                                                           Central dome

At the end of the inspection visit, the Chief of the Projects Committee noticed that the work carried out by the BETTERMAN Sarl company under the supervision of Cabinet INGENIEURS ASSOCIES Sarl, met the recommended technical requirements and was therefore accepted by the reception committee set up for this purpose.

 The Chief of the Projects Committee also made some recommendations to the Staff: “I urge you all to make good use of the assets placed at your disposal because they contribute to the improvement of working conditions and, in turn, to the quality of service that we must provide to users/clients”.


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