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The rehabilitation works of the bridge over the Benue River, which started on November 15, 2015, ended on May 3, 2018, with their acceptance by the Ministry of Public Works, the contracting authority of the project. This bridge with a total span of 405.60 m is formed by two reinforced concrete girders each 2.00 m high and comprising 12 continuous spans of 33.80 m each; the total width of the structure is 8 m.

On March 14, 2018, acceptance of the bridge over the Mayo Galké, located between the villages of Tcholliré and Touboro in the North Region (Cameroon), was carried out by the Ministry of Public Works, the contracting authority of the project. This architectural jewel with a span of 144 m has a width of 7 m, 2 pavements of 1.50 m on each side, 8 isostatic spans of 18 m each consisting of 6 prefabricated reinforced concrete T-beams of 1.34 m in height which join with the 21 cm slab underneath made of reinforced concrete.

Beyond the animations and activities that marked the celebration on that day, a major place was given to the brand-new and first Staff Delegates of BET INTEGC LLC, who freely expressed themselves on the concerns of the workers.

Another highlight was the celebration of this Day at the company’s new head office in Dragage, as a prelude to the start of operations. This new Head Office has two buildings, the first with seven floors and the second with five floors, to improve the working environment and working conditions of all employees.