TRANSCO CLSG Expected To Sign Remaining Contract Agreement Ahead Of High Level Bi Annual Coordination Meeting In Sierra Leone

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Ahead of a two day bi annual high level coordination meeting expected to take place in Makeni, Sierra Leone, the management of TRANSCO CLSG has announced plans to sign contracts for the remaining substations financier by the African Development Bank and the World Bank Respectively.
The signing ceremony is being realized following the approval of the draft contract submitted to the financier on June 7,2018.
It is believe that the additional substations will create the opportunity for extended coverage including connection of more homes and communities under the project.
A release quotes the communication officer of TRANSCO CLSG Sidiki Trawally as saying that the signing ceremony is a related development to the two days coordination meeting which he added is crucial to the forward march of the project.
The meeting will among other things discuss the status of the key project activities including engineering, manufacturing and factory acceptance, tests,transportation, construction and commissioning of the project, to name a few.
The physical progress and technical issues, financial progress and related issues,scheduling including new updates will also be highlighted during the two days sessions.
The meeting is part of TRANSCO CLSG’s coordination framework for an efficient monitoring of project implementation which is very important in view of the complexity of the project.
Mr. Trawally through a release noted that the meeting will also provide an opportunity for TRANSCO CLSG and Epc contractors to discuss the progress respective contracts, share the challenges encountered over the period to ensure efficient solutions including coordination issues between components of the project.
In a move to show seriousness to the project the Communication Officer of TRANSO CLSG noted that his management will send out a strong message to all Epc contractors of the high expectations of CLSG Countries regarding commissioning date, as in a strong tune he uttered that “no delay will be granted”.
Key partners,stakeholders of the project expected to form part of the two days meetings are:The Project’s owner’s, engineers, Tractebel along with the epc contractors including Jv eleenor Eiffage,National Contracting Company (NCC)Jv sieyuan-NEIE,Jv Angelique/TATA,NR-electric Kalpataru&Bouyguess E&S and many others.
The objective of the meeting is to among other things take stock of progress made in the implementation of the CLSG interconnection project and agree on action to address all project implementation related issues.
The TRANSCO CLSG is an electrification project between Côte d’Ivoire,Liberia,Sierra Leone and Guinea aimed at connecting rural homes in the region for the purpose of helping to improve the life’s of citizens in those Countries including providing security for them.
Thousands of people are expected to benefit from the project in the coming years which was signed by their respective heads of states recently.
Liberia’s commissioning ceremony of the project is expected to take place at the end of 2018 as project affected persons have over the period been handsomely compensated by the TRANSCO CLSG management.

A release quotes the communication officer of TRANSCO CLSG Sidiki Trawally as saying that the signing ceremony is a related development to the two days coordination meeting which he added is crucial to the forward march of the project.
The meeting will among other things discuss the status of the key project activities including engineering, manufacturing and factory acceptance, tests,transportation, construction and commissioning of the project, to name a few.
The physical progress and technical issues, financial progress and related issues,scheduling including new updates will also be highlighted during the two days sessions.
The meeting is part of TRANSCO CLSG’s coordination framework for an efficient monitoring of project implementation which is very important in view of the complexity of the project.
Mr. Trawally through a release noted that the meeting will also provide an opportunity for TRANSCO CLSG and Epc contractors to discuss the progress respective contracts, share the challenges encountered over the period to ensure efficient solutions including coordination issues between components of the project.
In a move to show seriousness to the project the Communication Officer of TRANSO CLSG noted that his management will send out a strong message to all Epc contractors of the high expectations of CLSG Countries regarding commissioning date, as in a strong tune he uttered that “no delay will be granted”.
Key partners,stakeholders of the project expected to form part of the two days meetings are:The Project’s owner’s, engineers, Tractebel along with the epc contractors including Jv eleenor Eiffage,National Contracting Company (NCC)Jv sieyuan-NEIE,Jv Angelique/TATA,NR-electric Kalpataru&Bouyguess E&S and many others.
The objective of the meeting is to among other things take stock of progress made in the implementation of the CLSG interconnection project and agree on action to address all project implementation related issues.
The TRANSCO CLSG is an electrification project between Côte d’Ivoire,Liberia,Sierra Leone and Guinea aimed at connecting rural homes in the region for the purpose of helping to improve the life’s of citizens in those Countries including providing security for them.
Thousands of people are expected to benefit from the project in the coming years which was signed by their respective heads of states recently.
Liberia’s commissioning ceremony of the project is expected to take place at the end of 2018 as project affected persons have over the period been handsomely compensated by the TRANSCO CLSG management.