The Claude Noel Highway stretch between the Rockly Vale and Orange Hill intersections will soon undergo much-needed road restoration.
Secretary of Infrastructure, Quarries and the Environment Kwesi Des Vignes said the project will begin in two weeks and should take four months. The tendering process for the project has been completed by project manager, the National Maintenance Training and Security Company (MTS).
“The award of contract has gone to Seereram Brothers Ltd and the project cost, VAT exclusive, is just about $30 million,” Des Vignes said.
The Infrastructure Secretary said the scope of works will include foundational work and other important elements.
“We are looking to ensure that we replace, of course our barricades, the road marking and so on, so it’s a very comprehensive rehabilitation that we are doing for that two kilometre stretch of highway,” he said.