Thursday, March 18, 2010

Gambia Civil Engineering Company

Africa Civil Engineering are professional engineering consultants, specialists in the design, construction and maintenance of the physical and naturally built environment, including works such as bridges, roads, hospitals, ports, airports, universities, shopping centres and public buildings.

When it comes to civil engineering project management in West Africa, whether it be architectural or landscape design, preparation of Development Applications, structural design, tendering, civil design, contract management or project delivery, you can leave all the headaches to them.

They cover all types of engineering project management whether it is design or construction project management. We manage residential projects, industrial building projects as well as infrastructure projects such as bridges, drains, water supply and roads.

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Lawyers in Africa on Facebook and Twitter

Solie Law Chambers in Banjul, The Gambia, West Africa announce the launch of their Twitter and Facebook Profile

Gambia Import Export Lawyers, Solie Law has added Solie Law Chambers on Twitter and Solie Law Gambia Facebook to its internet marketing facilities in order to enable international clients to keep up-to-date with shipments, sales or distribution in The Gambia.

A Facebook presence and Twitter profile broadens the reach of any marketing campaign and will enable Solie Law's international partners and import export clients to refer, recommend and chat to each other about investment and business issues and opportunities in Gambia and the rest of West Africa.

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Agricultural Investments in Gambia

The agricultural sub-sector is becoming a major economic activity in the Gambia due to its vast export market opportunities and conditions favoring its production in the country. There are a number of farms in this area with an average weekly export for 11 selected farms estimated at 120 tons of fruits and vegetables.

Land can be obtained from traditional land owners through the Government.

The process of land allocation for agriculture involves obtaining clearance from Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources before final approval is given by Ministry of Local Government and Lands.

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