ROMAN COBBLESTONE TECHNOLOGY TO BE USED ON KENYA ROADS

ROMAN COBBLESTONE TECHNOLOGY TO BE USED ON KENYA ROADS

Meru county set to use Roman cobblestone in paving 10 kilometres of road.

Kenya’s Meru county is set to use Roman cobblestone for its road construction. The county will spend Sh200 million in paving 10 kilometres of road with the technology in the 2019/2020 financial year. Meanwhile, the county needs …

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MBALE COUNCIL RECEIVES Shs10 BILLIONS FOR REHABILITATION OF ROAD

MBALE COUNCIL RECEIVES Shs10 BILLIONS FOR REHABILITATION OF ROAD

Rehabilitation of road set to kick-off after fund was release to the Council under USMID.

Mbale Municipal Council in Uganda has receive the sum of Shs10 billion for the rehabilitation of roads. The fund is under Uganda Support to Municipality Infrastructure Development (USMID) from the World Bank.

The fund will …

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TANZANIA GOVERNMENT SET TO USE NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR ROAD PROJECTS

TANZANIA GOVERNMENT SET TO USE NEW TECHNOLOGY FOR ROAD PROJECTS

New technology to help the road sector after first trial was successful in Tanzania.

Tanzania government is set to have a new way of construction different road projects. The new pilot technology uses soil stabilization which is also cost-effective and help improve infrastructure.

The technology has already witness a breakthrough …

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NAMIBIA AUTHORITY SATISFY WITH PROGRESS ON COASTAL ROAD

NAMIBIA AUTHORITY SATISFY WITH PROGRESS ON COASTAL ROAD

Namibia Authority happy with work on the coastal roads in the nation.

The coastal road which is undergoing upgrade will help connect Swakopmund to Henties Bay in the nation. According to report, the project which will also connect the road behind the famous Dune 7. Meanwhile Dune 7 will be …

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TANZANIA SET TO UPGRADE CRUDE OIL DISTRIBUTION ROAD

TANZANIA SET TO UPGRADE CRUDE OIL DISTRIBUTION ROAD

Tanzania Government set to upgrade road for easy crude oil transportation.

Tanzania Government is set to upgrade the Handeni – Singida road through Chemba to the tarmac level. Furthermore the road will join three regions of Tanga, Dodoma and Singida. This regions are used to transport crude oil to other …

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NATIONAL HIGHWAY ROAD REPAIR SET TO RESTART IN ANGOLA

NATIONAL HIGHWAY ROAD REPAIR SET TO RESTART IN ANGOLA

Angola National Highway road repair set to kick-off after plans was complete.

The repair work on National Highway Road (EN-180) which will link Lumbala – Nguimbo to the city of Luena has kick-off. It was originally abandon due to challenges encounter during the onset of the project. It took over …

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CONSTRUCTION KICKS OFF ON NIGERIA’S LONGEST CONCRETE ROAD PROJECT

CONSTRUCTION KICKS OFF ON NIGERIA’S LONGEST CONCRETE ROAD PROJECT

AG-Dangote Construction Company Limited starts construction of Nigeria’s longest concrete road.

The construction of Nigeria’s longest rigid pavement on the Obajana-Kabba road project in Kogi State have kicked off. AG-Dangote Construction Company Limited is handling this construction. The Managing Director of AG-Dangote Construction Company, Ashif Juma said, the project will …

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NIGERIA AWARDS US$3.4m CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION OF ROADS

NIGERIA AWARDS US$3.4m CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION AND REHABILITATION OF ROADS

Enugu State have awarded new road construction and rehabilitation projects worth US$3.4m (₦1.2bn).

The state commissioner for works and Infrastructure, Engr. Greg Nnaji, said Enugu State government has awarded US$3.4m worth of contracts for the construction and rehabilitation of roads. These roads are in both the rural and urban areas …

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DEVELOPMENT FIRM COMBINED TO CONSTRUCT MWENDA-KASHIBA ROAD

DEVELOPMENT FIRM COMBINED TO CONSTRUCT MWENDA-KASHIBA ROAD

Construction of road project on track after inspection.

The construction of the road project is a joined Public Private Partnership between Groupe Européen de Développement (GED) and Development Bank of Southern Africa.

The both firm conducted an environmental assessment of the 187 km road that will cost US $475m. The …

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