CETA Engineering abroad
Solidly established in Tunisia, CETA Engineering has been seeking for several years to develop its activities abroad and particularly in the countries of sub-Saharan Africa, with initial successes in several countries such as Mauritania, Togo, Chad, Libya, Côte d'Ivoire, Guinea, Mali, Benin, and The Guinea Bissau.
In Tunisia, CETA's services cover the project's all stages, from feasibility and preliminary design, detailed design studies to project management and work supervision.
The projects carried out include transport infrastructure, buildings, urban planning, maritime planning and design, airport infrastructure design and work supervision as well as hydraulic and environmental assessment.
CETA Engineering had the privilege of working on the Togolese territory on behalf of the Ministry of Public Works for the project of rehabilitation and reinforcement of 48 km of the paved national roads Adéta-N'digbé-Sassanou and Kpalimé-Kloto- Kametonou studies.
CETA also carried out, on behalf of the same client, the mission of monitoring engineering for more than 2,000 km of roads' hydraulic structures and network.
On behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Production and Fisheries, CETA carried out studies for the construction of a bridge and an adjoining irrigation canal on the Zio River.
CETA Engineering had the privilege and the pleasure of working in Chad on behalf of the Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation on the occasion of detailed architectural and technical studies, in the preparation of Call for Tender document, supervision and control of construction works, and equipment as part of the Extension Project of the National Higher Institute of Sciences and Techniques of Abéché.
CETA Engineering had the privilege and the pleasure of working in Mauritania on behalf of the General Directorate of Transport Infrastructures on the occasion of technical and economic feasibility studies, preliminary studies, and preparation of the call of tenders, for 3 lots, of Nouakchott's ring road with over a 65km long.
During the same period, CETA Engineering also carried out, on behalf of the Ministry of Fisheries and Maritime Economy (MFME), the feasibility studies of the disembarkation area and parking infrastructure of artisanal and coastal fishing units south of Nouakchott. Long before, in 2004, we were involved in the execution studies of the lot entrusted to Bouzguanda brothers’ international company, of the construction project of the Nouakchott - Nouadhibou road.
CETA collaborated with the CIRA - Mali design office to carry out detailed studies and techniques and prepare business consultation files for the realization of the rehabilitation and construction project of 46 km of roads in Bissau.
CETA has carried out several projects on Libyan soil during the development of the cities of Tiji, Elgsiaa, Aldawoun and Elkhadra and six localities located in Ajdabia.
CETA Engineering has had the privilege of working in the Côte d'Ivoire as part of technical and economic studies for the development and rehabilitation of road transport infrastructure at the Autonomous Port of Abidjan on behalf of the Ministry of Economic Infrastructure.
Previously, CETA carried out on behalf of SOROUBAT CI, the execution design of the widening and asphalting works of the Latrille Pont, 7th and 9th section track, and the asphalting of the 2x2 roads towards the Angré hospital, and development work on the modest subdivision in the town of Grand Bassem, roads and major drainage conduits. Additionally, in 2009 CETA engineering carried out the execution studies for the extension of the North Motorway (Singrobo - Pacobo) Lot 1 section 1.1 and extension of the North highway in Côte d'Ivoire - Lot 1 SINGROBO-PACOBO under Lot 2 Section PACOBO -TAABO in 2008.
CETA Engineering has had the privilege of working in the Republic of Guinea in the context of carrying out preliminary studies, Environmental and Social Impact studies, PDA studies and drafting of call for offer dossiers and control of pipe laying work parallel to the pipe. DN700 and replacement of gray cast iron and asbestos cement pipes in Conakry as part of the Guinea water urban project.
CETA Engineering had the privilege of working in the Republic of Mali when it collaborated with the local design office CIRA (2002 - 2006) for the accomplishment of several projects including studies of a multiple bypass road at the roundabout of peace palace in the district of Bamako and the design and the survey of the extension works of the avenue of independence also in Bamako.
On the occasion of the construction project of the Comé - Zoungbonou link road, serving the towns of Possotomé and Bopa, CETA collaborated in 2007 with the Bouzguenda Brothers International Company to carry out studies for the execution of the road.