Debwin Construction Company has implemented 80% of the envisaged projects at a total expenditure of over 250 million Nakfa in 2010, according to Mr. Haile Woldai, manager of the company. The remaining ones are also in the process of implementation, he added. Asmara, 8 January 2010 – Debwin Construction Company has implemented 80% of the envisaged projects at a total expenditure of over 250 million Nakfa in 2010, according to Mr. Haile Woldai, manager of the company. The remaining ones are also in the process of implementation, he added.
He indicated that the implemented projects include the construction of elementary schools in Sembel and Mai-Chihot, junior schools in Adi-Shimagle and Kushet and additional classrooms in Adi-Abeito elementary school. The construction of additional classrooms in the Southern region in the Mai-Guma elementary school, Bet-Gebriel and Adi-Andel junior schools, in addition to the building of a junior school in Keren, high schools in Hagaz and Keren in Anseba region, as well as the construction of secondary school in Mensura, Gash-Barka region, are among the major projects implemented.
Moreover, the construction of ERI-TEL building in Sembel and Hamelmalo, renovation of the Asmara Dairy Factory, offices of NUEW training centers in Mendefera and Keren are also part of the tasks accomplished last year, Mr. Haile elaborated. Noting that the company is actively engaged in the implementation of major projects through strengthening human capital and machineries, he explained that it is creating job opportunities to the inhabitants of the respective project sites. In this connection, the manger stated that continued training opportunities are being offered to staff members so as to upgrade their skill.
Mr. Haile further pointed out that the company’s action plan for 2011 focuses on finalizing the ongoing projects, construction of the Agricultural Ministry’s Central Laboratory, Office of Police in the Southern region and Mendefera Stadium, among others.
It is to be noted that Debwin Construction Company was established in 2007 through the amalgamation of Deb’at and Wina.