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The Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) awarded four road projects worth 4.8 billion birr to three foreign and one local company.
The authority,which is responsible for managing national roads projects, signed the agreement with the selected contractors yesterday, Saturday March 21, at ERA’s head quarter.
United Arab Emirates based company Al Asab General Transport & Contracting Establishment (AAGTC) is awarded a deal for the first phase of the Arba Rakate-Gelemso-Mechara road that is to be constructed in Western Hararge Zone of the Oromia region. The work is expected to be completed in three years.
The existing rundown road stretched from Arba Rakate to Mechara will be upgraded to asphalt road at a cost of over 1.1 billion birr, according to Samson Wondemu, Public Relations Head of ERA.
A local company, YENCOMAD Construction, is set to undertake the Efeson- Mehal Meda road construction at a cost of 1.3 billion birr.
A new 60km asphalt road that will connect the two towns in Wello, Amhara Region, will also be built within three years. The project cost is said to be fully covered by the public treasury.
Besides undertaking several road projects in the past, YENCOMAD which is one of the few local companies involved in road construction, has recently accomplished the Arerti Gobensa, Modjo-Edejre-Arerti and Endeto-Gasera roads.
Hunan Hunda Road and Bridge Construction Company (HHRBC), a Chinese company with vast experience in Ethiopia, was awarded the 75.7km Sodo-Tercha road project by ERA. The project that will be consuming 1.3 billion birr through government financing, is expected to be finished within three years.
China Railway is the other company that signed the contract with ERA on Saturday. According to the agreement, the company will be constructing the 83km asphalt road that stretches from Felege Selam to Bahir Dar. The project will be costing 1.1 billion birr and will be accomplished in three years as well.