12 December 2008

Liberia: Contractors Gear Up for Nation Re-Building

As Liberian professionals Gear-up for the reconstruction of the nation, several of them have put their houses together in readiness to transform the country.

One of those in readiness is the "SEEK ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION INCORPORATED (SEECON) located at the ELWA Junction, directly opposite twelve-houses.

The Seek Engineering Construction Company is on good record for her renounced construction and renovation work presently undertaken throughout the country.

During an interview with the General Manager and Chief Executive Office (ECO), Mr. Joseph S. Nyuma, he revealed the entity was established in 2005 to undertake major construction and renovation works in an effort to renew the infrastructure of the country.

Mr. Nyuma further noted that since his establishment many young professional Liberians have gained employment and contracts aimed at improving their economic status.

The Liberian Engineer also said his entity is well equipped to undertake any major construction and renovation work entrusted to his company.

Asked whether his company has undertaken any project in the country, Mr. Nyuma named several projects including the construction of power-stations around Monrovia with the Liberia Electricity Corporation(LEC), under the emergency power project sponsored and financed by the European Union (EU), some portion of the Phebe Hospital in Bong County, as well as the newly constructed and renovated Administrative Building in Voinjama, Lofa County valued at more than US$300,000.00 which was financed by the United States Agency for International Development ( USAID), amongst others.

Meanwhile, Mr. Nyuma has called on the General Public and International Organizations not to be deterred by cost, but rather negotiations, subject to valuable work.

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