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AFRICA
ANGOLA
ANGOLAN PRESIDENT
IN THE PROVINCE OF CABINDA
Works of Mota-Engil were visited.
The President of the Republic of Angola, João Lourenço, visited the Province of Cabinda, within the scope of the meeting of the Council of Ministers, the  rst held outside the presidential palace in Luanda.
During his stay, João Lourenço proceeded to visit several ongoing projects in the Province, where the works of Mota‐Engil Angola stand out, such as the works on the breakwater, at the port of Cabinda
The Fortress of São Francisco do Penedo
is categorized as National Cultural Heritage.
and the new hospital, for its contribution to the social and economic development of the Province of Cabinda.
This visit was attended by the
CEO of Mota‐Engil Africa, Manuel
Mota, accompanied by prominent representatives of Mota‐Engil Angola, such as Francisco Franca, António Graça, Tiago Ferraria and the remaining members of the team operating in this region.
ANGOLA
The execution of the projects in the breakwater of the Port of Cabinda and of the Province Hospital are of extreme importance since, once completed, will enable an increase in the quality of life of this region’s citizens.
This way, Mota‐Engil Angola’s team in the province of Cabinda is proud
to be a part of Angola’s modernisation process.
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VISIT OF THE MINISTER FOR CONSTRUCTION AND PUBLIC WORKS
TO FORTRESS OF SÃO FRANCISCO DO PENEDO
The Fortress will become a thematic museum starting at the end of this year.
According to the planned schedule, the follow‐up visit of the work at Fortress
of São Francisco do Penedo, former
House of Military Detention, located in
the province of Luanda, included the presence of the Minister for Construction and Public Works, Manuel Tavares, of the supervising entity, DAR Angola, as well as of the CEO of Mota‐Engil Angola, Francisco Franca, accompanied by distinguished representatives of Mota‐Engil Angola.
The Fortress of São Francisco do Penedo
is categorized as National Cultural Heritage. With the Ministry for Construction and Public Works, in conjunction with the
Ministry for Culture, being the ultimate owners of the project, the visit sought to check on the progress of the ongoing works.
The building’s restoration work is a visible e ect of the beginning of a programme based, on the one hand, on the recovery of the building’s physical heritage that is, in itself, the fortress, and, on the other hand, on the recovery of its history and memory. This way, this building’s recovery will enable, in the future, the insertion of a museum unit that will greatly contribute to the knowledge of the main facts of the national struggles,
as well as to the study of Angola’s historical past and contemporary times.


































































































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