transportation systems and social infrastructure facilities are
the backbone for economic and social development. GITEC takes
transportation systems not only to mean mere physical structures,
but also targets its services at the financial and institutional
improvements as well as community development required to
maintain and to extend the road network.
undertaken in all aspects of highway engineering cover well over
8,500 km of major highways in Africa, Asia and the Pacific,
Europe and Latin America, in addition to large transportation
experience has been gained in rural road projects. GITEC has
undertaken extensive computer aided road inventories as well as
the planning, programming and implementation of rural road
schemes stretching well over 100,000 km. In addition, the
development of small contractor capacities, as well as labour
intensive construction programmes have featured prominently in
GITEC's portfolio of transportation projects.
In order to
bring about sustainability of the investment in road maintenance
operations, institutional strengthening, human resources
development and training enjoy top priority in GITEC projects.
the Transportation and Construction Department is also
responsible for architectural planning and engineering design,
as well as supervision of construction of social infrastructure
facilities, health care and other facilities, community
facilities, schools, markets, low cost housing and slum
GITEC has a
profound background in implementing Secondary Towns Development
Programmes, and in planning the rehabilitation / new
construction of major hospitals / teaching hospitals with more
than several 100 of beds.
Social Infrastructure Facilities
Teacher Training Centres
Craft Centres, Bus Stations