KWAME NKRUMAH CIRCLE INTERCHANGE TO BE READY END OF OCTOBER THIS MONTH
• The entire Kwame Nkrumah Circle Interchange project is expected to be ready for handling over to the government by the end of this month.
• According to the consultants, 94 per cent of work had been completed as of September 2016 and they were determined to hand over the project to the government by the end of this month.
• Currently, the flyover from the Busy Internet end of the Ring Road to the Obetsebi-Lamptey Roundabout has been completed, while the lane marking and street lights have also been done.
• “What is left is the down pipe drains that will take water from the tope to the drains and to the main gutters. That is ongoing,” the Assistant Chief Resident Engineer, Mr Philip K. Ansah, said.
• He said other parts of the project were yet to be completed were the approaches, the service roads, the ground works and the landscaping.
• The approaches, he explained were the ends of both sides of the flyover that continued with road.
• He said the constructors were working beyond normal times to be able to complete the work “for us to inspect before we hand it over to our client, the government”.