Our backlog of active contracts includes the expansion of Tamale Airport in Ghana, which will facilitate access to the fast-growing north of Ghana and enable the airport to better cater for the annual Hajj to Mecca. The contract includes the construction of a new terminal building and additional infrastructure for daily operations.
In addition, QGMI is involved in several new opportunities in Africa. A selection of our more advanced opportunities for which we are developing detailed design and planning can be found below.
All our projects are developed in line with international best practice, in terms of technical but also environmental, social and governance requirements.
Tamale International Airport TERMINAL
Tamale is the capital of Ghana’s Northern Region. With a population of around 400,000 it is Ghana’s third largest city by population after Accra and Kumasi…
The Bolgatanga-Bawku-Pulmakom Road Project involves the improvement of 109km of road in the Upper East Region of Ghana, benefiting more…
The objective of the Obetsebi Lamptey Interchange Project, to be developed in Accra, the biggest city in Ghana is to alleviate traffic congestion…
Wastewater Treatment Plants for Social and Affordable Housing
QGMI is partnering with US-based ABD Group, which has invited us to carry out the design and construction of wastewater treatment plants…
STREETS OF TAMALE
The Northern Region of Ghana has an estimated urban population of 2.480 million (2010). The capital city is Tamale and its metropolitan area…
STREETS OF ACCRA
The Greater Accra Region in Ghana is growing at 4% per year and this means that the population will double in 16 years…
The Rehabilitation of the National Road EN-240, located in the Province of Cuanza Sul, Republic of Angola, runs between the locations of Cariango and Mussende…
In total, the project comprised 37 km of transmission line (132 Kv), besides the construction of associated substations…
The Ketou-Save project consists of the construction of a 138 km road between the towns of Ketou and Saves, crossing the “Collines” and “Plateau” …