Governor Nyesom Wike commissioned the Rebisi flyover bridge in Port Harcourt last Saturday, the 7th November 2020 at the Rivers State Capital.
The contract for the construction of the project, the Governor said, was awarded to Julius Berger Nigeria Plc on 8th October 2019. The contract was later signed on 18th day of October and the project works were flagged off for operational execution on 24th October 2019 with a 16 months schedule for completion, delivery and commissioning for the use of the public.
The Honourable Minister of Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), was the Special Guest of honour who inaugurated the Rebisi Dual Carriage Flyover Bridge, which has a 969. 4 metres’ length and a width of 17.6 metres.
The Governor told the press hat the Rebisi flyover project was one of five such flyover bridges initiated by his administration simultaneously and with Julius Berger, a contractor of no mean repute. “I am so happy today, I made a promise to my people. And today, I have fulfilled that promise. So many people doubted and said it was not going to be possible. When you make a promise, you fulfil that promise.”
About Julius Berger
Julius Berger Nigeria Plc is a Nigerian company offering integrated construction solutions. The company has been operating in Nigeria since 1965 and its scope covers all areas of construction. Julius Berger is dedicated to utilization of cutting-edge technologies, the continuous investment in staff training and strong partnership with clients. Quality, integrity, safety and sustainability are the pillars of Julius Berger’s structures and behaviors. The company is committed to being a responsible corporate citizen and actively seeks out opportunities to make measurable differences in the future of people and communities.