Fri, 07 Sep 2018 17:32 - Updated Fri, 07 Sep 2018 17:31
Angola: Association defends policies for conservation of property
Luanda - The National Association of Building Maintenance Companies (ANEMP) wants the Angolan authorities to create management and conservation policies for Angolan satellite cities.
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According to ANEMP chairperson Francisco Chaves, who was speaking at the first National Fair on Property Management and Maintenance in Kilamba city, Luanda, the initiative enables the integration of the majority of technicians trained in the local centres (MAPTSS and CINFOTEC) into labour market.
Francisco Chave said each technician may intervene in the activities like the assembling and maintenance of air conditioners, elevators, lighting, basic sanitation in a first phase of the 28 blocks in the Kilamba and or KK 5000.
"If this occur only in one block we would have about 400 technicians employed, it would be of benefit to both society and the Executive," he explained.
He said that several meetings have been held with various institutions and after the end of this event (fair) a report will be addressed to the authorities to consolidate this partnership.
More than fifty companies involved in conservation of building countrywide are participating in the first National Fair on property management and maintenance.
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