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AFRICA
INAUGURATION
OF THE CAMAMA VIADUCT
THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF ANGOLA, JOÃO LOURENÇO, WAS PRESENT AT THE EVENT.
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The infrastructure’s construction work directly and indirectly employed over 800 young people. The viaduct has a length of 493.7 metres, a width of 20 metres, two lanes
in each direction and
a height of 5.5 metres.
T he Camama viaduct was inaugurated on 15 December by the President of the Republic of Angola, João Lourenço, with the presence of the Minister of Construction and Public
Works, Manuel Tavares de Almeida, and other illustrious members of the Angolan Government and the management of the Road Institute of Angola. Additionally, the supervising entity, DAR Angola, the project’s coordinator, Grupotec, the planner BDM – Engenharia e Tecnologia, and representing Mota‐Engil Angola, the CEO of Mota‐Engil Africa, Manuel Mota, as well as the CEO of Mota‐Engil Angola, Francisco Franca, were present, along with other distinguished representatives of the company.
Over 900 cars per hour will be able to travel on the viaduct of the roundabout of the Camama Cemetery, a route of
extreme importance, which provides access to the areas of Talatona, Golfe
II, Viana and to the expressway. The infrastructure was inaugurated after seven months of work, now being a work that constitutes yet another challenge met by Mota‐Engil Angola.
The infrastructure’s construction work directly and indirectly employed over 800 young people. The viaduct has a length
of 493.7 metres, a width of 20 metres, two lanes in each direction and a height of
5.5 metres, a two‐metre wide kerb, a rainwater drainage system, public lighting and vertical and horizontal tra c signs. With expected tra c of 9,104 vehicles per hour, the viaduct provides greater organization at the intersection of the Camama cemetery.
The construction of this relevant road will bene t the tra c coming from multiple
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