Project: 3000-Man Camps Construction in Western Africa
Location: Western Africa
Value: US $21.2 million
Duration: 9 Months
CADG was engaged to design and implement horizontal works at a man camp located in Timbuktu, Western Africa. The work was carried out in two phases and it involved:
- Soil evaluation, topographical survey, earthworks and grading.
- Clearing of vegetation and sub-grade preparation consisting of leveling, gravelling and compacting works.
- The installation and filling of Hesco Bastion for perimeter fencing.
- The installation of concertina wire. in top of Hesco Bastion.
- The installation of metal vehicular gates and observation posts.
- Fabrication, supply and installation of metal boom gates.
- Graveled works for vehicular and pedestrian circulation including parking.
- The construction of open drainage for surface water drainage.
- The provision of security access control.
Phase Two involved the construction/installation of:
Watch tower, access control facility, security light post, maintenance service manhole, shelter/bunker, ammunition store, power generation, bulk eater supply, potable water, blackwater, grey water and toilet water flushing systems.
Other tasks completed during this phase also included:
- Electrical supply and distribution works, information and communication distribution.
- Despite the hostile environment of the location, we successfully mobilized an international team of design, engineering and QA/QC personnel in less than 30 days.