27 September 2013 - Aurecon will host the official opening of its office in Accra, Ghana, on 30 October 2013.
Ghana is an emerging economic powerhouse situated on the West Coast of Africa, notable for its flourishing economy and increasing popularity as an international investment and business center.
“Aurecon is very proud to be part of a country that has consistently outperformed its peers in Sub-Saharan Africa*. We believe in the great economic future of Ghana and hope to build this future with the people of Ghana by contributing to the infrastructure development required to sustain such a great economy,” comments José Miranda, Regional Manager, Africa West Coast.
Aurecon contributes to the country’s infrastructure and economic development by working with our clients on showcase projects such as the West Hills Mall, Accra Financial Centre and Icon House. Previous projects also include the Accra Mall Development, Fairllop Towers, Accra sewerage improvement project and the Static Var Compensators (SVC) evaluation energy project.
Our West Africa contribution is highlighted by projects such as the 225 kV interconnection transmission lines project between Ghana and Burkina Faso for the West African Power Pool and the road infrastructure cost study for the African Development Bank.
“Opening an office in Ghana demonstrates Aurecon’s commitment to providing service excellence to our clients, both locally and globally. What’s more, we aim not only to contribute to the commercial success of our clients, but also to the success of Ghana. We work to build a vibrant and brighter future for all,” concludes Miranda.
*p36 World Bank Ghana Article IV Consultation document, June 2013.