Bayelsa govt expressed satisfaction with quality of roads under construction in Bayelsa

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The chairman of the directorate for project monitoring and evaluation, Engr. Ebiye Tarabina, has expressed satisfaction with the quality and extent of work done by the contractors handling various projects in the state.
Engr. Tarabina who gave the contractors a pat at the back during an inspection of some ongoing road projects in the state, noted that the directorate will continue to insist on standard and specification.

He urged the ministry engineers to ensure that every site instructions issued to contractors was adhered to saying the directorate will leave no stone unturned to ensure compliance by contractors.

The chairman who commended the company handling the Igbogene /Tombia road project CCECC for the quality of work done on the project adding that the contractor has demonstrated a very high sense of commitment and capability on the job.
Some of the roads he inspected are, Egbedi road projects, Elebele Bridge, AIT to Igbogene road and Igbogene /Tombia road project.

He however, urged the contractor to speed up with the pace of work to meet deadlines as the rainy season is under way.

Meanwhile, about 2 kilometres of sand filling has been achieved on the road by the contractor and 40 per cent cement sand stabilization as well as a culvert constructed.

The site manager of the company, Henry Zhang assured that the company will do everything within its power to ensure timely completion of the project.
The project monitoring boss also lauded the company handling the Egbedi road project, PAACIE construction limited for the pace and quality of work, however urged the contractor to put in more effort to ensure speedily completion of the project.
The General manager of the company, Sarkis Abichmount who pledge completion of the project on record time said about 1300 metres of the road has been sand filled and more will be achieved in few days time.
The chairman was accompanied by heads of department, engineers, news men and support staff of the directorate.

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