Home Business Ghana: Reconstruction Work On 6km School Junction-Tema Motorway Road Project Progressing Steadily

Ghana: Reconstruction Work On 6km School Junction-Tema Motorway Road Project Progressing Steadily

0
2



{enclosure_link]

Reconstruction works on the Dualisation of the School Junction to the Tema Motorway (University Farms Road) at Borteyman in the Greater Accra Region is progressing steadily.

The 6-kilometre project, awarded to Messrs Oswal ConstructionCompany limited in April this year, is expected to be completed in 18 months.

The road is a new one being undertaken by the government as one of the main routes connecting the sports complex, making it possible for the 13th All African games to be hosted in the country in August next year.

It involved the construction of storm drains, access and service roads, street lights, road signs and road markings.

The level of the completion is about 70 percent according to the contractor, Humphrey A Williams, when he briefed the Minister of Roads and Highways, Mr Kwasi Amoako-Atta, and his entourage who were on a routine inspection of some road projects in the Greater Accra Region.

He said 5-kilometres of earth works have been done and the remaining 1-kilometre would be completed in the coming weeks, and assured that the whole project would be completed ahead of schedule.

Mr William indicated that the major earth works and the drains had been done to an appreciable level, adding thatthe “dressing and asphalting materials are all ready, we would not disappoint the government and the ministry seeing the importance attached to the project as eyes would be on the game’s village” he added.

As at the time of the Minister’s visit, the contractor was on site busily working on the earth works on the second section as one portion had already being completed