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Four Angola road contracts awarded by INEA

Staff Writer |
Four road construction and repair contracts have been awarded in Angola by its road agency, Instituto Nacional de Estradas de Angola (INEA).

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The projects are all being carried out in the area around capital Luanda, World Highways first reported.

The largest project will be carried out by Mota Engil. This is a $192 million package of works to upgrade the Via Expressa/Camama/Avenida Pedro de Castro Van-Dúnem Loy route.

Portuguese contractor Telhabel Construcoes will carry out the $79.72 million project to improve access in the Boavista district, as well as to the port of Luanda.

The firm will also carry out work on the Sonils road and will handle bridge improvements for the structure spanning the Soroca River.

Portuguese company Omatapalo Engenharia e Construção is carrying out $13.14 million contract to build the Sonils/Via Expressa/Kifangondo road.

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