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#COVID19: CCECC, Others Renovate, Handover Thisday Dome Isolation Center To FG

The first Isolation Center in Abuja, with the capacity of 217 beds, including 4 sets of ICU beds and 213 sets of normal beds has been completed by the China Civil Engineering and Construction Company Nigeria Limited (CCECC), together with Sahara Energy Group and other companies, have completed the Isolation Center and handover to the Covid-19 pandemic Presidential Task force on on 12th May, 2020.

CCECC And Others Transformed ThisDay Dome Into Isolation CentreAbuja Business Reports recalls that upon receiving the request from Presidential Task Force (PTF), on 29th March 2020, CCECC immediately mobilised to site a team comprising of experienced designers, engineers and workers and commenced site work within the shortest time.

Overcoming series of difficulties caused by lockdown in Abuja, CCECC managed to procure necessary construction materials and PPE from local market, meeting the demand of site construction and our workers.

Eventually it took only 14 days for us to complete both internal and external works including ground reconstruction, partition welding, entrance passages, toilets, disinfection rooms, water supply tank, septic tank, disinfection tank etc.

The works have received favorable responses from the Presidential Task Force on Covid 19 as well as other government officials.

A statement by CCECC noted that in line with its corporate value, “Stride with Nigeria” and responding to the request made by the Nigerian Government, CCECC also participated in the construction of another one at IDU area.

The Idu Isolation Center is designed to have a capacity of 300 beds and will be ready for operation soon, the corporation revealed.

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