The Kolfe General Hospital construction project being built in Kolfe Karanio sub-city, district 7, Bethel Mendida area with a contract price of more than 3.4 billion birr under the contract of Ethiopia Construction Works Corporation (ECCO) is in the final phase.

The Kolfe General Hospital construction project being built in Kolfe Karanio sub-city, district 7, Bethel Mendida area with a contract price of more than 3.4 billion birr under the contract of Ethiopia Construction Works Corporation (ECCO) is in the final phase.
Engineer Mersa Tesfaye, manager of Lot 1 of the project, said that the structural work of the project has been completed.
At present, it is stated that finishing, road, fence, yard decoration and other site works are being carried out at a high speed.
Engineer Mersa added that the project is being closely, strictly monitored and controlled to complete the project by June 30, 2016.
According to the engineer, the level and work progress to complete the project within the scheduled time frame is being evaluated by the senior officials every week by drawing up a monthly plan.
Engineer Mersa Tesfaye, who stated that the physical implementation of the project has reached 64 percent, said that the project is being worked on day and night to complete it by June 30 of the fiscal year.
He pointed out that the rising prices of goods and their non-availability in the market, design and payment problems were the problems encountered during the construction process and now the design and payment problems have been solved.
The project, which is spread over an area of 24,500 square meters, includes 14, 2B+G+1-4 blocks, 4 other G+0 buildings and site works providing various medical services with a total capacity of 500 beds.
Engineer Mersa said that the project has created permanent and temporary job opportunities for 550 citizens, including subcontractors.
The project is being monitored by Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation as a contractor, Addis Ababa City Administration Construction Office as the owner, and Ethiopian Construction Design and Control Works Corporation as a consulting firm.

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