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Engineer tasks SouthEast government to build concrete roads

South east

The South east Governments have been tasked on the need to build concrete roads that would last about 15 to 18 years before developing cracks and potholes. A civil engineer who retired from the Enugu State Ministry of Works, and currently the site Engineer at the HELIU Residences, Enugu, Engr. Fred Okoli gave this advice in an interview shortly after ...

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Stakeholders in the built environment renew campaign for concrete roads

Stakeholders in the built environment

Punch reports that stakeholders in the built environment have said that adequate road infrastructure is critical to economic growth and development, as road transportation accounts for about 90 per cent of all freight and passenger movements in the country. Based on this, there have been calls for more investment in concrete roads, which professionals say can save the government several ...

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We need N100 billion to repair Apapa Road – Fashola

Fashola chides estate valuers over property pricing

“The sum of N100 billion is needed to construct the Apapa Road in Lagos state, Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola says. Fashola disclosed this via a statement released by his media aide, Hakeem Bello on Sunday, May 21. “I just want to appeal to residents of Apapa and to people whose livelihood depends on Apapa, that Apapa ...

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Dangote Begins Construction of First Set of Concrete Roads

Dangote Begins Construction of First Set of Concrete Roads

Dangote Industries Limited (DIL) has commenced the construction of concrete roads in Lagos, Bauchi, Kogi and Kaduna States, beginning with the Itori-Ibese concrete road in Ogun State. The 24 kilometre Itori-Ibese concrete road, which construction was flagged off at the weekend, in Ogun, would be constructed by AG-Dangote Construction Limited, its joint venture company, with Andrade Gutierrez (AG), the leading ...

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