Tue, 27 Nov 2018 11:24 - Updated Tue, 27 Nov 2018 11:23
Supervision deemed essential for conservation of infrastructures
Luanda - The secretary of State for Construction, Manuel José da Costa Molares D'Abril, last Monday in Luanda emphasised the importance of supervising and inspecting state infrastructures and assets, having in view their quality and durability.
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Manuel Molares d´abril - secretary of State for Construction
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
The secretary of State made such comment when chairing the opening of the seminar on “Management of the quality of public works and inspection of infrastructures”, promoted by the Engineering Laboratory of Angola (LEA) in partnership with the National Civil Engineering Laboratory of Portugal and the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries (CPLP).
He went on to explain that the activity of supervising and inspecting infrastructures, carried out by the Engineering Laboratory and other institutions is a tool for good management and conservation of newly built infrastructures, as well as for the drafting of programmes of interventions in this area.
Manuel Molares D'Abril disclosed that the seminar also serves for the laying out of proposals and recommendations aimed at the establishment of work models that make it viable and regular the monitoring of infrastructures.
The event is scheduled to end on Wednesday.
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