Lagos is  first state with an agency dedicated to infrastructure management and maintenance.
The Director, Lagos State DNA & Forensic Centre (LSD&FC), Dr. Richard Somiari, said cultivating maintenance culture is not only cleaning of facilities, but also covers the environmental health and safety, maintenance of facilities, testing and inspection, operations as well as space allocation and changes of organisation facilities.
He said facility management entailed efficient and effective delivery of support services for an organisation that was served, hence management of facilities and infrastructure was to be tailored to each organisation's needs. (LASIAMA) has advocated a better and sustainable maintenance culture.
It did this with the launch of 'Lagos State Maintenance Cultured' initiative, to remember the 2019 World Facility Management Day, The movement focuses on improving the maintenance of government facilities in all the 20 local governments and 37 local council development areas, will be overseen by highly trained personnel of the agency at different locations. in his remark at the launch in Alausa, Ikeja, General Manager Oladeji Williams said the The Lagos State Infrastructure Asset Management Agency initiative was part of the government's efforts to build capacity, create jobs and ensure the sustainability of government's facilities within and beyond the state.