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In a significant boost to the local engineering and construction industry, Atlantic Engineering & Construction Company Ltd., a Liberia-based firm, has been awarded a substantial contract valued at $500,000 by ArcelorMittal Liberia Ltd. The contract, identified as "Contract Road over rail bridge repair", marks a crucial step for Atlantic Engineering in expanding its portfolio in large-scale infrastructure projects.
ArcelorMittal, renowned for its specialization in the steel manufacturing and transformation sector, has demonstrated confidence in Atlantic Engineering's capabilities and expertise. The contract encompasses the comprehensive remediation works of the Buchanan Road Over Rail Bridge, a critical infrastructure component in the region. This project not only highlights Atlantic Engineering's proficiency in handling significant engineering challenges but also reinforces ArcelorMittal's commitment to maintaining and upgrading essential infrastructure.
The terms of the contract outline the delivery of works and equipment on-site by Atlantic Engineering, adhering to the technical specifications provided by ArcelorMittal. This project is not only a testament to Atlantic Engineering's technical expertise but also a reflection of their ability to meet complex and specific client requirements under significant contractual obligations.
This contract is a significant milestone for Atlantic Engineering, reflecting the company's growth and its increasing role in major infrastructural developments within Liberia. The successful completion of this project will not only enhance the company's reputation but also contribute significantly to the local economy and infrastructure development.
The Buchanan Road Over Rail Bridge remediation is a vital project for the region, promising to reinforce and upgrade a crucial transport link. The successful bidding and execution of this $500,000 contract by Atlantic Engineering & Construction Company Ltd. underscores the company's ascending trajectory in the engineering and construction sector, marking a new chapter in its growth and contributions to Liberia's infrastructure landscape.