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December 21, 2017 Nairobi, Kenya.

BEZA had a second site progress meeting with East African School of Aviation (EASA) on asphalt road upgrading project in Nairobi, Kenya.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Transport Facilitation and Road Upgrading Studies for the Kampala-Juba-Addis Ababa-Djibouti Corridor

 Joint Technical Committee (JTC) and Joint Steering Committee (JSC) jointly held meetings, 6-9 December 2017, Nairobi, Kenya

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 We Have Moved to a New Office!

We are excited to announce that our company has moved to our new building location in Gofa-Lafto Sub City, Addis Ababa.

The new office building will improve our organization structure and designing services to our valuable clients as well as project coordination and supervision.

Our building is connect to the Wi-Fi network, professional and comfortable client spaces, with meeting rooms filled with natural light, and private client conference rooms and cafeteria.

We’re excited to be in our new building and we hope you will come visit us soon.

Roads authority contracts an Ethiopian company for Kapoeta-Boma road project

The South Sudan Roads Authority (SSRA) has signed a contract with Beza Consulting Engineers to conduct a feasibility study of the Kapoeta-Boma road project. The Ethiopian engineering consulting company will provide an engineering design and study the benefits, environmental and social impact of the proposed project.

The feasibility study on the 279 km route is expected to take 15 months.

Eng. Gabriel Makur, the undersecretary in the ministry of Roads and Bridges says the project is funded by a $2 mln grant from the African Development Bank. Makur says if completed, the route will link South Sudan to Djibouti via Ethiopia.

“If this section of road is connected, you will have a land link between South Sudan, Ethiopia and Djibouti,” he said. 

It is part of a wider planned project of the Kampala-Juba-Addis Ababa-Djibouti corridor.

Engineers are expected to be on the ground in the next two weeks.   Experts have been sourced from Ethiopia in addition to local engineers from South Sudan.

The project is called as “Consultancy services for feasibility study, environmental and social impact assessment and preparation of resettlement action plan, preliminary and detailed engineering design and preparation of tender document for construction of Kapoeta – Boma – Road project”

When signing the contract, Mr. Gidey GE Gebremariam, CEO of Beza Consulting Engineers said the study prepared by his consulting firm will bring a significant contribution to the successful completion of the project.

Financier: ADB thru IGAD
Client:  South Sudan Roads Authority (SSRA)