Yapı Merkezi, which has signed important projects around the world, laid the foundation of the Morogoro and Makutupora part of the standard railway span project in Tanzania. The $ 1 billion 924 million project is the second part of East Africa's fastest train line connecting Dar es Salaam - Mwanza, known as the Central Corridor. Yapı Merkezi will create a turnkey project covering all infrastructure and superstructure works including technological units such as electrification and signalization. The construction of the railway, which reaches 2 kilometers in length with workshop areas, warehouses and side lines, will take 409 months. The project, which is part of the Central Corridor connecting Uganda, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania, will open East Africa to the Indian Ocean.
The Turkish construction company Yapi Merkezi, known worldwide, laid the foundation of the Morogoro and Makutupora railway project in Tanzania. Groundbreaking ceremony in Ihumwa / Dodoma HE Commander and President of the Armed Forces of the United Republic of Tanzania HE Dr. John Pombe Joseph Magufuli, Tanzania Minister of Labor, Transport and Communication Hon. Professor Makame Mbarawa, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Public Works and Settlement of Tanzania. Mr. Leonard Chamuriho, TRC General Manager Masanja K. Kadogosa, Deputy Chairman of Yapı Merkezi Erdem Arıoğlu, General Manager Özge Arıoğlu, Deputy General Manager İlker Review took place on 14 March 2018 with the participation of East Africa Regional Manager Abdullah Kılıç and Project Manager Kemal Artüz. The Morogoro - Makutupora Railway Project, worth 1 billion 924 million dollars, is the second part of the fastest train line Dar es Salaam - Mwanza project built by Yapı Merkezi. Yapı Merkezi will provide the entire infrastructure of the railway, including electrification and signaling. 2 km long railway construction, stations, workshop, warehouse
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Morogoro - Makutupora Railway Project, which has a speed of 160km / h and is the first intercity electric rail system of the region, will be built with a Standard Span of 1,435 millimeters. This part, which will provide safe and reliable transportation between Dodoma and Dar es Salaam, will also strengthen the vision of turning Dodoma into a modern capital. When the project, which will take 36 months, is completed, it will connect Uganda, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania, while opening East Africa to the Indian Ocean.
Turnkey project, 36 will last for months
Within the scope of the project to be constructed as turnkey projects, all design works of the railway, infrastructure construction works, rail laying, signalization, communication systems, spare parts supply, electrification and personnel training will be carried out by Yapı Merkezi. Approximately 50 million cubic meters of excavation and filling work will be done in the project. The project will be completed in 36 meters by 2.250 meters, 46 meters underpass in 1.250 meters, 30 meters in 1.142 meters in length, 34 meters in 2.700 meters in length, 4 meters in 217 meters in length, 8 meters in 500 meters in length, 8 meters in XNUMX meters in length, XNUMX meter in XNUMX meters in length, XNUMX meters in XNUMX meters in length Workshop and warehouse areas will be built with XNUMX station.
Trade and tourism will develop rapidly
When the Morogoro and Makutupora railways are completed, Tanzania is expected to make a major contribution to the overall economy, particularly in trade and tourism. It will also allow countries such as Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, which do not have a coast, to export the rich underground resources to the ports of Tanzania by rail.
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In 2016, Yapı Merkezi completed the Eurasia Tunnel Project, combining the Asian and European continents with a highway tunnel from the bottom of the sea floor. In 2017, the Joint Venture, led by Yapı Merkezi, won the 2.023 Çanakkale Bridge tender, which will be the world's longest (1915m) suspension bridge.
Building Center with more than 25.000 employees, and confiding wanted a "global brand" the quality of being increasingly reinforce Turkey and aims to maintain its prominent position in the history of the civil world. Engineering News-Record - Yapı Merkezi, which ranked 250th in the TOP 2017 Global Contractors list annually determined by ENR in 78, ranked 9th in the Best Railways-Public Transport Contractors List in the World.
Yapı Merkezi has its signature on ongoing and completed transportation projects in other African countries such as Ethiopia, Algeria, Morocco, Senegal and Sudan.