Posted on :Monday , 14th March 2022
East Africa has more than $435 billion of active projects, of which $221 billion are under construction. A fast-growing population that will increase by 25 per cent over the next ten years drives the demand for infrastructure development.
East Africa consists of 20 countries and a combined population of 455 million. Over the next ten years, growing at more than 25 per c. . .
Posted on :Friday , 4th February 2022
Construction of the new Tanzanite Bridge in Dar es Salaam is complete, on the stroke of midnight on February 1, operations of the new bridge kicked off allowing motorists access they have been waiting for.
The New Selander Bridge has combined the characteristics of a girder bridge and a cable-stayed bridge to make it lighter.
The technique enhances construction and econ. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 1st February 2022
Tanzania's President, Samia Suluhu Hassan, observed the signing of the agreement for the building of the third section of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) linking Makutupora to Tabora on December 28, 2021.
Tanzania Railways Corporation (TRC) and Yapi Merkezi of Turkey inked the deal during a ceremony at the State House in Dar es Salaam.
The section's constr. . .
Posted on :Friday , 24th December 2021
Tanzania's quick surge in building activity is undoubtedly a great sight to see as the country's infrastructural development has expanded.
Tanzania's building industry has experienced rapid expansion in the last six months, which has had a knock-on impact on the average person.
In a news conference, Deputy Minister for Works, Transport, and Communicatio. . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 24th November 2021
The actual building of Sumbawanga Airport, which is located in Rukwa Region, one of Tanzania's 31 administrative areas, is poised to commence following the completion of exploratory work, as recently revealed by Mgeni Mwanga, the Acting Regional Director of Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS).
TANROADS is an Executive Agency within the East African country's Ministr. . .