Education and Training
Samuel Quadjie is an Engineer and an entrepreneur with 20 years of experience in the Construction and Telecommunications Industry. He holds a BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering Degree with several training programs in Business Administration, Warehousing, Facilities Management, Finance, Leadership and Change Management. He is a professional member of the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE).
Samuel was a Senior Engineer and the Deployment Support Manager at Vodafone Ghana before joining Royal Systems& Services Limited in August 2009.
Work and Experience
Samuel’s experience as in the Civil Engineering and Telecom industry started in 1993 as a trainee Engineer at the Department of Urban Roads (DUR) in Takoradi in the Western Region supervising the construction of several drainage, storm channels and road roads for the department. He worked with KACE Limited from 1994 to 1996 anytime he was on vacation as a student engineer. After graduating as a Civil Engineer he continued to work with KACE Limited from 1996 to 1998 as Project Engineer for the company. During this period he supervised the construction of many storm channels and drainage structures under the Urban Transportation Project (UTP I&II), a Department of Urban Roads Project.
In 1998 he joined Fregya Construction limited who were specialized in road works and undertook the construction of several Feeder and Urban roads projects across the country.
In May 2000 he joined Ghana Telecom as an Assistant Engineer with the Property Department. He was a member of the Property Implementation team who designed and supervised the construction of several Ghana Telecom Exchange and Repeater Station buildings, access roads, cable tunnels, tower foundation and tower structures for the telecom installations across the country. Notable among them was the Northern SDH Project, changing the analogue system across the 3 northern regions to digital. The Koforidua and Ho Regional Head office buildings, the Gbawe Exchange and the SAT 3 building on the High Street – Accra.
In 2006 he was moved to Technology Department as the Head of Civil works where he supervised to design and construction of about 650 turn-key cell sites and other related works for the various roll outs undertaken by the company and managing budgets in excess of USD100 Million.
In 2008 he was moved to Deployment support where provide technical and governance support for the deployment teams, a position he held until he exited in 2009 to join Royal Systems & Services Limited as the Managing Director.
Samuel Quadjie as the Managing Director for Royal Systems strived to move the company’s activities from an annual turnover of about GHc200,000 in 2009 to GHc11.4Million in 2015 constituting 5,700% growth over the past 7 years. The volume of business has increased with some works executed outside the country in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
The staff strength also increased from 5 persons to 55 permanent staff over the 7 year period and over a 100 construction and installation personnel on retainer basis.
The company’s assets have also grown from Ghc120,000 to over Ghc5million over the same period.
Our Clientele has also increased significantly covering almost all the Telecom and Tower companies in the country.
Samuel Quadjie is a member of the Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) and holds a BSc. (Hons) Civil Engineering from KNUST, Kumasi in 1996.
Noble is a cross-functional executive with a wide range of experience in the business management.
Noble started his career as an Accounts Officer with James Taylor and Co a Chartered Accountants Company (1992 to 1994) where he gained considerable experience while serving on the job; preparing accounts and auditing accounting records for SMEs for 2 years. Nobel moved on to become the Administrator for the well-Harvest Chapel International from June 2003 to August 2010. He served on this role for 7 years and was fully in charge of all administration works for both local and international branches managing correspondence, reports and assets.
Noble took full time responsibility at Royal Systems and Services Limited for 3 years (October 2010 to February 2013), where he assumed complete supervisory roles over the Finance and Administration department. Currently, Nobel is Fund Manager of Harvest Credit Union and doubles as a Director of Royal Systems and Services Limited.
Noble Holds a Master’s Degree in Development Policy and Planning from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, BSC. (Hons) Degree in Human Resources Management from Central University College and was earlier a Diploma holder in Business Studies, Accounting Option from the Takoradi Polytechnic
Lennox Korkoe Agordekpe joined Royal Systems & Services Limited in 2013 with over 13 years combined experience in financial reporting, internal control and business process review and logistics across different sectors. He previously worked with Allport Merlin Ltd, Newrest Ghana, First Baptist School, Maersk Logistics (CFS) Ltd, He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana and a ACCA UK, Level 2.
Samuel, is an astute Project Manager with 12 years of experience in the telecom industry. His educational background spans from Civil Engineering, Business Administration, Finance, Leadership and Change Management. Before joining Royal Systems, Samuel was the Head of Operations of Helios Towers, Ghana.
Samuel’s experience in the telecom industry started in Vodafone Ghana, then Ghana Telecommunications Co. Ltd. In 2004, where he rose through the ranks from a Civil Site Inspector to a Project Manager with full responsibility of deploying turn-key GSM Site Build projects. In April 2011, Samuel moved on to work with Ericsson AB, Ghana as a Customer Project Manager (CPM) for 2½years where he managed critical projects in various networks, controlling budgets in excess of US$2million annually. Samuel joined Helios Towers Ghana in July 2013 as a Consultant/Project Manager where he owned the establishment of Project Management Processes and also delivered key projects amounting to over GHs3miilion Ghana Cedis. Samuel rose to become a management member in Helios in October 2014, with key role as the Head of Operations managing over 900 BTS Cell Sites across the country.
Over the years, he has managed successfully, the delivery of various telecommunication projects including Turn Key BTS Site Build Projects; Transmission Expansion Projects; IP Infrastructure Projects, WRAN, BSC, and OSS Software Upgrades and has helped establish functional and efficient business processes in all his roles. He also has substantial experience in Operations Management.
Samuel holds an MBA in Finance from the Central University College and a BSc. Hons. Degree in Civil Engineering from KNUST, Kumasi. He is a certified Project Management Professional, PMP® and a Prince2 Foundation certificate holder.