Gomoa Central Agenda 111 hospital project 80 percent complete-project Manager 

By James Esuon

Gomoa Afransi (C/R), March 29, GNA- Construction works are progressing steadily on the Agenda 111 hospital project in the Gomoa Central District  with 80 percent of the job done, Mr Francis Obeng Acheampong, the Project Manager of ADK Consortium, has said. 

“We have only 20 percent left to be done, our expectations are that in  the next three months it would be fully completed and handed over to the government,’’ the project manager said. 

 ADK Consortium has oversight responsibility for Agenda 111 hospital projects. 

Mr Obeng Acheampong, who briefed the media after an  inspection tour of the  facility at Gomoa Afransi in the Gomoa Central District of the Central region, said all the three contractors; China State Engineering, Top International and Mac Don Engineering  were currently at the site working. 

He was accompanied by Mr Benjamin kojo Otoo,  the Gomoa Central District Chief Executive (DCE),  Mr Ernest Quarm, Gomoa Central Presiding Member (PM) and other Assembly staff. 

Mr Obeng Acheampong commended the contractors for the quality of work done and expressed optimism that the remaining 20 percent, which is mainly finishing works, would be executed in a sterling manner to deliver satisfactory work. 

He added that the next stage was for the contractors to mobilise resources in the form of materials to be brought to site to speed up the completion of the project. 

The Project Manager said the management of ADK Consortium had been holding meetings with contractors almost every week to ascertain the rate of efforts they were putting in to finish the project. 

He assured the DCE and his entourage that the contractors were poised to finish the work in the next three months as stated earlier and expressed the hope they would put in maximum efforts as required to finish it before the deadline. 

He said they had not encountered challenges such as thefts   and other labour impasse, which would have impeded progress of work due to effective mechanism put in place to enhance fast track of work. 

He said the DCE and Chiefs provided enough acres of land for the project and it had been exhausted without any hindrance. 

 Mr Otoo, for his part, dispelled rumours peddled  by some  opposition members that Gomoa Central  Agenda 111 Project had stalled due to financial constraints. 

The DCE expressed confidence and hope that the next routine visit would be a palatable story to tell people in the  Gomoa Central and the  rest of the country about the successful execution of the Agenda 111 hospital project in the district.