Portugal’s Mota-Engil Wins Contract Worth USD 570 million in Ghana


Mota-Engil, the Portuguese construction company entering a strategic partnership and investment agreement with China Communications Construction Company (CCCC), has won a USD 570 million contract in Ghana.

According to a company statement, the group subsidiary Mota-Engil Engenharia & Construção África, S.A., was contracted to design and build (rehabilitation and expansion) the Accra-Tema Motorway and Extensions, in a total of 27.7 km, a 4 year project.

“This award once again strengthens the Group’s backlog in Africa, namely in the western region of the continent, through a project of relevant dimension and with a long-term period, ensuring the stability of the region’s contribution to Mota-Engil’s turnover”, the statement adds.

China´s CCC is to Pay EUR 169.4 Million for a stake in Mota-Engil.


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