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Procurement Office cancels hospital construction tenders

Frustrated by the lack of response from the Addis Ababa City Health Bureau regarding the fate of two general hospitals with their supposed construction due to be begin this year,the Federal Public Procurement Office has decided to cancel the international tenders to build the hospitals, The Reporter has learnt.

Gov’t revises selling price of condominium houses

The Ministry of Urban Development and Construction (MoUDC) revealed a twofold price increment for condominium housing schemes and reversed the earlier promise to award first, those house seekers who have deposited 100 percent payment for 40/60 housing schemes be scraped, and made eligible those who have managed to save 40 percent and above to be added to the lottery draw.

CCECC plans to take-on real estate in Ethiopia, Africa

Engaged in major construction projects in Africa and Ethiopia, ranging from the development of industrial parks to the construction of airport facilities, China Civil Engineering and Construction Company (CCECC) has announced plans to engage in the real-estate sector in Ethiopia as well as other African countries to avert risks related to giant projects it is implementing in the continent.

CCCC to establish regional office in Addis

With a growing Chinese presence within Ethiopia, China Communications Construction Company Ltd (CCCC) is set to make its regional head office at Addis Ababa. To be called CCC’s East Africa Head Office, Technology and Innovation Center for Construction Technologies, it will be situated on a 30,000 m2 plot of land.

Exhibition, Construction event to highlight Agriculture

AddisBuild, Ethiopia’s premier construction event, is set to host its annual event at the Millennium Hall starting Wednesday next week. In collaboration with the Turkish based Ladin International Fair & Congress Organization INC. and Ethel Advertising and Communication PLC. Of Ethiopia; the exhibition is expected to host hundreds of investors inching to get into the booming local construction industry.