The National Director of the Rural Enterprise Programme on 5th, 6th & 7th of November 2019 inspected the completed two-storey structures to be used as Business Resource centres at Ada, Sogakope, Atimpoku, Kadjebi, Kpeve, Kade, Kyebi and Konongo. The National Director, Mr. Kwasi Attah-Antwi was full of praise for the contractor, Messrs Berock Ventures Limited for good quality work done and completing the project in good time.
Mr. Freeman Gordor, the Project Manager for the contractor Messrs Berock Ventures thanked the Client, REP and AfDB for the opportunity given to them. He further thanked the Municipal Assembly and the Consultants for their immense support and contributions during the construction process. He showed the team of Consultant, Client and Municipal/District Assembly teams around the building showing its features across all eight sites.
The building is furnished with UPVC glazed and timber panel door installations, UPVC glazed windows with porcelain tile floor finishes, acoustic ceilings, LED lighting system, 15KWp PV Solar system installation and a 50 KVA standby Generator set, 16,000 portable water storage tanks with borehole installation and a booster pump, fire alarm installations, firefighting installations, Air condition installations and Air extraction unit installation.
At all eight sites, the Municipal/District Chief Executives took turns to thank the client, REP, and the financiers, AfDB for putting up such a wonderful edifice in the districts/municipalities. They also further commended the contractor Messrs Berock Ventures Ltd. for a good work done and the consultants for their supervisory role played.
Mr. Attah-Antwi thanked the Assemblies and stakeholders for their assistance and support during the construction process. He thanked the DCE for his full support and participation. He also commended the Contractor for a good job done and encouraged them to do the same wherever they find themselves in the near future. He further explained the purpose of the structure i.e. it’s a Business Resource Centre which would
be a one-stop-shop for all businesses in the district and beyond in line with the government’s industrialization agenda. He stated that all the necessary equipment and furniture would be brought to furnish the place to make it workable, as it should be. He also added that other agencies that are associated with businesses would be represented in the municipalities/districts within the Business Resource Centres, examples being Food and Drug Authority, Ghana Standards Authority, Export Promotion Authority, etc.
Mr. Attah-Antwi also tasked the M/DCEs to protect and keep the place safe until all the necessary arrangements are completed for operations to start. He encouraged the assemblies to work with the contractor for a seamless transition as they withdraw their team.
ADA BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
SOGAKOPE BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
ATIMPOKU BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
KADJEBI BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
KPEVE BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
KADE BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
KYEBI BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT
KONONGO BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER PROJECT