The Agams Holdings Ltd was established as a holding for a number of limited liability companies whose areas of operation are wide range. The companies are as follows:
- ACI Construction & Restoration
ACI Construction’s and Restoration is a limited liability company engaged in the business of road construction and maintenance, coastal sanitation, civil and electrical engineering, plumbing, upper-end, luxury, ultra-modern real estate development and general sale and distribution of building materials. The company also engages in training and development in technical and vocational disciplines such as building and construction, civil engineering and general entrepreneurship. It has successfully executed a number of flagship projects across the country for government, private firms and individuals.
- RLG Communications
Rlg Group of Companies Limited started in Ghana with the incorporation of ROGAMS LINK now Rlg Communications (Ghana) Limited, as the leading Ghanaian computer and handset manufacturing company. The company is the first indigenous African company to assemble laptops, desktops and mobile phones and offer ICT training in computer and phone repairs. The Accra-based company is modeled to generate mass, high-skilled employment for thousands of African youth and meet the rising demand for computers and other ICT devices.
- Hope City
HOPE City Limited (HCL) is the developer of the Hope City project which is a new city located within easy reach of the industrial city of Tema, the Central Business District of Accra and the proposed new Accra international airport. Launched in March 2013, Hope City is acronym for Home, Office, People and Environment. It is a multi-phased development providing a complete gambit of office, light industrial, residential, hospitality and institutional accommodation primarily geared towards Ghana’s emerging and developing IT market. This multi-purpose development is the most ambitious scheme proposed for Ghana and Africa. The $10 billion Dollar project will cover a land space of 970 acres in Prampram. Upon completion, the development will accommodate some 65,000 persons within a campus style landscaped development arising from its iconic central building; which will be the tallest building in Africa.