March 2020 is on! GM is impressed with progress in project implementation

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FEBRUARY 4, 2010:

As March 2020 draws closer for the partial commissioning of the CLSG project in Liberia, the General Manager of TRANSCO CLSG, Mohammed M. Sherif, is not letting any slip in the process. He continues to push contractors to meet March 2020 commissioning in Liberia.


Buchanan substation

On Tuesday, February 4, 2020, the GM traveled to Buchanan to assess construction activities at the Buchanan substation in Grand Bassa County.

The General Manager and team also toured the transmission line corridor between Buchanan to Monrovia, which is very critical in the delivery of reliable and affordable electricity to the people of Liberia.

Transmission line corridor

Mr. Sherif commended the contractors, SIEYUAN (substations) and NCC (transmission line) on outstanding works and was reassured by them that the March 2020 schedule would be met. Following the meetings, Mr. Sherif remains optimistic (except unavoidable circumstances happened) and is reassuring the Liberian public that the schedule commissioning remains on track.

The General Manager’s next stop will be touring the Buchanan to Yekepa and Yekapa to Man (Cote d’Ivoire) transmission


JANUARY 31, 2020:

The goal is to partially commission the 225kv power transmission line in Liberia come March 2020, and the General Manager of TRANSCO CLSG, Mohammed M. Sherif is pushing the EPC contractors implementing the CLSG project in the country, to achieve that milestone as per schedule.

Following his tour of the Mount Coffee substation on Friday, January 31, 2020, the General was elated by the level of progress he saw on site. “So far so good my impression is 85 percent. I am happy….” the GM said. The substation which is critical in achieving the March 2020 commissioning is going through finishing touches. “We are very hopeful that the March 2020 will be successful,” said Mr. Sherif.



TRANSCO CLSG is making sure there are no hiccups in the CLSG project implementation. “We do not anticipate delays because they are unacceptable at this time. Our people are yearning for electricity and we must deliver to them on time.”

The highly anticipated March 2020 CLSG project delivery remains on track. Management of TRANSCO CLSG is making sure it proceeds flawlessly. March 2020 is marching on!


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