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Zambia road contract for Irish firm worth $11.8 million

Staff Writer |
A $11.8 million contract in Zambia will be handled by Irish engineering consultant Nicholas O'Dwyer.

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The firm has the contract for design review, financial and technical supervision of a major road project.

The 350km dual carriagway will connect Lusaka with Ndola and pass through Kite.

This is expected to cost $1.2 billion, while construction will take 36 months.

Building the dual carriageway will provide better transport to and from a number of the country’s copper mines, which are important for the Zambian economy.


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