Paul is a certified facility manager of both the International Facility Management Association (IFMA) and the British Institute of Facility Management (BIFM). He is a qualified instructor for the Essentials of
Facility Management (EoFM), Facility Management Professional (FMP),
Sustainability Facility Professional (SFP) and the Certified Facility Management (CFM) with FM Learning System programs for IFMA. He is an industrial and business process engineer, real estates and property manager with almost 20 years’ experience working in strategy implementation, operations systems and processes deployment and change management for oil and gas, telecoms and corporate real estates. Paul is a renowned facility engineering, and real estate strategist acknowledged for delivering satisfactory results on all types of facility management contracts.
Paul is an architecture graduate with honours from Ambrose Alli University Nigeria, bagged a postgraduate diploma in Economics from The University of Portharcourt Nigeria as well as an MSc in Industrial Engineering and Operations Management from The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom. He holds the Certified Facility Manager (CFM), Sustainability Facility Professional (SFP) and the Facility Management Professional (FMP) credentials of IFMA USA, as well as certified (CBIFM) by the British Institute of Facility Management (BIFM). Paul is currently working on his doctor of business administration (DBA) degree at Walden University, USA.
Paul worked as FM Services Manager for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints where he was responsible for managing the state-of-the-art Aba Nigeria Temple Complex among other Nation-wide assets. He also had brief stints working in the property management sector in the United Kingdom and with Halliburton Ghana. Before taking on his current entrepreneurial endeavours as CEO of Max-Migold Ltd. Paul worked as General Manager in Alpha Mead Facilities and Management Services Ltd. During this time, he had responsibility for large scale Oil & Gas, and telecoms integrated facility management contracts including the Shell Nigeria offices and residences, the Schlumberger NTC Camp in Port Harcourt Nigeria, the Nokia Solutions and Networks Africa hub management, as well as AMF’s subsidiaries in Ghana, Kenya and South Africa.