Formerly, Levan Steel Construction Company, established since 1975, is a family owned business now revamped to serve your needs with a smile!!
Proprietor, first CEO and General Manager is Mr. William Quincy Sarnoe Sr.
Mrs. Louise P. Sarnoe - CFO (Levan Steel Construction Company) and current CEO - Levan Inc
The company currently registered and operating as a construction company.
Established and registered 1975 under the name: Levan Steel Construction Company. Levan Steel Construction Company is a family owned business. Proprietor and founder, first CEO and General Manager is Mr. William Quincy Sarnoe Sr. Architect and Construction Engineer. A 1969 graduate of the Boker Washington Institute with specialty in Architectural and General Building Construction Engineering, and Metal Fabrication (Arc Welding)
Worked with the Ministry of Public Works as Civil Engineer of Monsterrado. Projects at the time included: Housing Units BTC, Schools and Housing Units in Bensonville, Gardnersville Town Hall Designer and Builder.
Levan Inc. maintains the legacy of its Founder and Proprietor, First CEO and General Manager of professional and quality workmanship.
Mrs. Louise P. Sarnoe - CFO (Levan Steel Construction Company) and current CEO - Levan Inc. is a Graduate of the Maryann Cheeseman Home and Secretarial Institute with over 35 years of specialty in interior decoration and designs.
Levan Steel Construction Company has worked over the years for government, local and international organizations, banks, private individuals etc.
Among these projects are:
1. Nancy Doe - Jorkpenkin Town Market Metal Work designed and construction
2. First Commercial & Investment Bank of Liberia (FCIB) - Metal Work Design, Construction and
Installations. Design/Construction of Bank
Stainless Steel Vault.
3. Bong Mining Company Railway Maintenance
4. University of Liberia - CPAV Building (Main Campus)
Levan Steel Construction Company and now Levan Inc. has made its name over the years as a skilled, professional, safe, honest, and dependable company. Levan Inc has an experience and growing workforce of 30 employees skilled in various trades such as masonry, carpentry, electricity, plumbing, steel bending, drafting, painting, arc welding, tiling, administration etc.
We also have several hired subcontractors for various disciplines above and other specialized skills.
To all who have being looking and searching for the above qualities in one company nowadays, well, your search is over... come to Levan Inc
At Levan Inc, we find "100 Ways" to ensure you have a safe, professional, and the best production and service - we make sure of all things!!
Our goal is to provide you a skilled, professional, safe, honest, and dependable service, at a price you will smile at!!
The company is structured as a corporation
CEO - Mrs. Louise P. Sarnoe
Vice CEO/President - Ernest M. Sarnoe
General Manager - Momoh K.S. Morris
Chief Site Manager - Varney A. Sesay.
Workshop Operations Manager – Eric Tokpah
Levan owns a head office, workshop, and warehouse building on 2.5 lots of front view land on the Somalia drive, Gardnersville. US$175,000.00
Other properties (land and structures) value at US$225,000.00
The company owns equipment, fixtures and fittings. US$25,000.00
(such as: Generators, Welding Generators, Concrete compactors, Metal scaffolding set, multiple hand tools - skilled saw, angle grinders, concrete vibrator etc.
Levan Inc. owns three vehicles including a pick-up truck US$35,000.00
Our Target Market :
Local and International Organizations
Private and Public Entities
Private Individual (Home & Abroad)
We are here to serve you all. We serve from the high-end luxury market to the low-end market while keeping our production quality and standard. All at a price you can smile at!!
Main Office and workshop at Chocolate City new junction on the Somalia Drive, Gardnerville
Various Client Locations in and outside of Monrovia.
Staffing requirement is generally based on our projects scope, size, and timeline/schedule. However, we require a minimum of one project manager/foreman per project, one skilled tradesman per trade, and one general labor per trade.