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African opening

Kotoka International Airport in Accra is being developed to become 'the world's gateway to West Africa' in a redevelopment scheme designed and project managed by TPS Consult.

Phase one involves modernisation of the air navigation and communication system and the upgrade of the main runway with a bituminous overlay.

Phase two is a £52M scheme to expand the airport, involving joint venture contractors Skanska, PW Ghana and Inertec. Work includes extension of the runway, new apron construction, cargo facilities, buildings and roads.

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