20 February 2013 - In line with Aurecon’s commitment to invest in emerging economies, the group, with an office network extending across 25 countries in Africa, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and the Americas, recently took a decision to open an official country office in Accra, Ghana.
Ghana is considered an emerging star in West Africa, notable for its economic growth performance and increasingly rapid progress in creating a favourable environment in which to invest and do business. Many international companies are already well-established in the region.
Aurecon has appointed Almeroux Loubser as the Country Manager who will head up operations in Ghana. Almeroux, a civil engineer with more than 20 years of experience, has gained excellent regional experience during four years he has spent at Aurecon’s office in Lagos, Nigeria.
José Miranda, Regional Manager Africa West Coast and South America, says, “Opening an Aurecon office in Ghana will not only expand Aurecon’s reach in West Africa, but also support Aurecon’s client-centric business model by ensuring an even stronger local presence to support our clients in these regions. Aurecon aims to set industry standards, benefit communities and make a significant contribution throughout the developing world. We wish Almeroux the best in contributing to this goal in Ghana."