Month: May 2022

ENGAGE THE SERVICES OF ONLY REGISTERED ARCHITECTS – HON. ASENSO-BOAKYE

The Minister for Works and Housing, Hon. Francis Asenso-Boakye is urging the public and developers in the built industry to engage the services of only registered Architects and firms for their building projects in order to develop a resilient and aesthetically pleasant communities. To this end, the sector Minister assured of government’s preparedness to support …

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CURBING FLOODING: LETS TAKE OUR SAFETY SERIOUSLY – HON. ASENSO-BOAKYE

The Minister for Works and Housing, Hon. Francis Asenso-Boakye has called on Ghanaians of the need to attach great importance to their safety and be more mindful in the manner solid waste are disposed off in drainage channels dotted across the country. This, the Minister noted, will be a significant role of citizens in complementing …

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HELP REDUCE THE COST OF CONSTRUCTION – HON. ASENSO-BOAKYE TO ARCHITECTS

The Minister for Works and Housing, Hon. Francis Asenso-Boakye has urged Architects to develop designs and construction methods that will maximize spaces and ultimately help to reduce the cost of construction in the country. The sector Minister observed that expensive housing units in the city is as a result of the high cost of building …

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TOWARDS FLOOD MITIGATION MEASURES: DEPUTY MINISTER INSPECTS PROGRESS OF WORKS OF DRAINAGE FACILITIES

The Deputy Minister for Works and Housing, Hon, Abdulai Abanga has embarked on a working visit to inspect the progress of works on some drainage facilities being constructed as part of the Ministry’s Flood Control Programme in the Greater Accra Region. Addressing the media, the Deputy Minister observed that the completion of some of the …

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