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Cameroon: Louis Berger wins FCfa 1.7 billion contract to plan the Douala canalisations

Cameroon: Louis Berger wins FCfa 1.7 billion contract to plan the Douala canalisations
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A group made of the French companies Louis Berger and Bec la routière has been declared the recipient of the contract to "monitor and coordinate the installation of the stormwater drainage system of the city of Douala", the Cameroonian economic capital.

According to the communiqué from the Ministry of Public Procurement revealing this information, this contract with a total value of slightly over FCfa 1.7 billion will be executed over a 24-months period.

This is the second contract won by the firm Louis Berger in Cameroon within six months. Indeed, since October 2015, the Cameroonian government has appointed this French engineering firm to supervise the rehabilitation works on the military stadium and the adjoining multi-purpose stadia of the capital, which will host the matches of the 2016 African Women Cup of Nations and 2019 AfCON.

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