The management and leadership of the nation’s biggest Technical University has announced the construction of a five storey auditorium at the Kinbu Campus located at Accra Central.
The school announced this good news on 2nd July 2021 using their official Facebook page.
The construction work which is expected to begin in two weeks time will be done by Anointed Pillars Associate Limited.
The school announced that the project is expected to be completed within 18 months. In attendance at the ceremony were the senior members and staff of the university including the vice chancellor Professor Samuel Nii Odai.
Currently the school has two auditorium which is believed not to have enough capacity to contain the students during social gatherings especially in times when social distancing must be obeyed.
“We have signed an agreement with Anointed Pillars Associates Limited to construct a five storey auditorium at the Kinbu Campus. The contract signing came off in a brief ceremony this afternoon. The project is expected to commence in two weeks and delivered in 18 months” the school’s official Facebook page stated.
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