Design and Construction of Key Regional Road Corridor
SMEC, in association with Mansion Consulting Ltd, is providing design and construction supervision services on the Asphaltic Concrete Overlay of the Abakaliki – Mbok (Ogoja Junction) & Ikom – Mfum Roads along the Bamenda-Enugu Road linking Cameroon and Nigeria.
SMEC, in association with Mansion Consulting Ltd, is providing design and construction supervision services on the Asphaltic Concrete Overlay of the Abakaliki – Mbok (Ogoja Junction) & Ikom – Mfum Roads along the Bamenda-Enugu Road linking Cameroon and Nigeria. Part of the Trans African Lagos - Mombasa economic corridor, the road is key to economic progress and regional integration.
SMEC’s services include:
- Building comprehensive road condition data
- Topographic, geotechnical, pavement, and materials surveying and testing
- Investigation of the hydraulic and drainage efficiency of existing bridges, culverts and roadside drainage
- Detailed pavement design
- Supervising construction to ensure compliance with approved designs, specifications and sound engineering practices, and
- Monitoring environmental impact.
This project, which is funded by the Africa Development Bank and estimated to last for 24 months, is strategically important as Nigeria’s transport sector has strong potential in the coming years.
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